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The number of nights spent in EU tourist accommodation establishments saw a 40% increase from 2009 to 2019. There were significant rises in the number of nights spent by international guests (+53%), while the number of nights spent by residents during domestic trips increased by 30%. In 2020, tourism was among the sectors most affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, with a sharp drop of 51% in the number of nights spent compared with 2019.

2021 showed clear signs of recovery, with 29% more nights spent in EU tourist accommodation compared with 2020, while the upward trend continued in 2022, with 50% more nights spent compared with 2021.

In 2022, more than half (56.4%) of nights in tourist accommodation were spent by domestic guests travelling inside their own country.

The remaining 43.6% of nights (i.e. 1.2 billion nights) were spent mainly by tourists from EU Member states (66%) and from Other European countries (22%). Only 13 % of non-resident nights were spent by tourists from other continents.

1. What was the percentage increase in the number of nights spent in EU tourist accommodation establishments from 2009 to 2019?

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2. Which group saw the highest percentage increase in the number of nights spent in EU tourist accommodation establishments from 2009 to 2019?

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3. How did the COVID-19 pandemic impact the number of nights spent in EU tourist accommodation establishments in 2020 compared to 2019?

________

2021 showed clear signs of recovery, with 29% more nights spent in EU tourist accommodation compared with 2020, while the upward trend continued in 2022, with 50% more nights spent compared with 2021.

In 2022, more than half (56.4%) of nights in tourist accommodation were spent by domestic guests travelling inside their own country.

The remaining 43.6% of nights (i.e. 1.2 billion nights) were spent mainly by tourists from EU Member states (66%) and from Other European countries (22%). Only 13 % of non-resident nights were spent by tourists from other continents.

1. What was the percentage increase in the number of nights spent in EU tourist accommodation establishments from 2009 to 2019?

________

2. Which group saw the highest percentage increase in the number of nights spent in EU tourist accommodation establishments from 2009 to 2019?

________

3. How did the COVID-19 pandemic impact the number of nights spent in EU tourist accommodation establishments in 2020 compared to 2019?

________

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The number of nights spent in EU tourist accommodation establishments saw a 40% increase from 2009 to 2019. There were significant rises in the number of nights spent by international guests (+53%), while the number of nights spent by residents during domestic trips increased by 30%. In 2020, tourism was among the sectors most affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, with a sharp drop of 51% in the number of nights spent compared with 2019.

2021 showed clear signs of recovery, with 29% more nights spent in EU tourist accommodation compared with 2020, while the upward trend continued in 2022, with 50% more nights spent compared with 2021.

In 2022, more than half (56.4%) of nights in tourist accommodation were spent by domestic guests travelling inside their own country.

The remaining 43.6% of nights (i.e. 1.2 billion nights) were spent mainly by tourists from EU Member states (66%) and from Other European countries (22%). Only 13 % of non-resident nights were spent by tourists from other continents.

1. What was the percentage increase in the number of nights spent in EU tourist accommodation establishments in 2021 compared to 2020?

________

2. What percentage of nights in tourist accommodation were spent by domestic guests in 2022?

________

3. How many nights in total were spent by tourists from EU Member states and Other European countries in 2022?

________

4. What percentage of non-resident nights were spent by tourists from other continents in 2022?

________

2021 showed clear signs of recovery, with 29% more nights spent in EU tourist accommodation compared with 2020, while the upward trend continued in 2022, with 50% more nights spent compared with 2021.

In 2022, more than half (56.4%) of nights in tourist accommodation were spent by domestic guests travelling inside their own country.

The remaining 43.6% of nights (i.e. 1.2 billion nights) were spent mainly by tourists from EU Member states (66%) and from Other European countries (22%). Only 13 % of non-resident nights were spent by tourists from other continents.

1. What was the percentage increase in the number of nights spent in EU tourist accommodation establishments in 2021 compared to 2020?

________

2. What percentage of nights in tourist accommodation were spent by domestic guests in 2022?

________

3. How many nights in total were spent by tourists from EU Member states and Other European countries in 2022?

________

4. What percentage of non-resident nights were spent by tourists from other continents in 2022?

________

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difficile).Vuoi saperne di più? Consulta il

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