GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Tourism In Spain Statistics: Market Report & Data

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"Tourism represents 11% of Spain's GDP."

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"In 2019, more than 83.7 million tourists visited Spain."

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"Spain is the 2nd most visited country in the world."

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"Catalonia is the most visited region in Spain with over 19 million tourists in 2019."

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"89% of Spain's visitors come for leisure purposes."

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"Barcelona and Madrid are Spain's most popular city destinations."

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"British tourists make up 22% of the total visitors to Spain."

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"In 2019, tourists from the United States increased by 13.9% in Spain."

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"Seville experienced a 6% increase in overnight visitors in 2017."

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"More than 22% of Spain's total income from tourism comes in the month of August."

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"Over 1.32 million people are employed in Spain's tourism industry."

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"Around 16% of total hotel nights are spent by Germans in Spain."

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"Andalusia, Canary Islands, and the Balearic Islands are the most visited regions in Spain by British tourists."

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"The contribution of travel and tourism to Spain's GDP is expected to grow to 178.2 billion euros by 2028."

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"44.4% of all trips made by EU residents abroad were to Spain, France, and Italy."

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"Spain’s tourism sector lost more than 11 billion euros amid the coronavirus outbreak in March and April 2020."

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"The average stay of tourists in hotels in Spain is 3.7 days."

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"Over 19% of the total overnight stays in Spain's hotels in 2019 were by German residents."

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"Nearly 9.2 million tourists visited Spain in June 2021."

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