Overnight stays by residents continued to fall compared to 2022
According to INE, the tourist accommodation sector recorded 3.2 million guests and 8.8 million overnight stays in July 2023, corresponding to growths of 4.1% and 1.3% respectively (+6.9% and +3.6% in June 2023, in the same order). Compared to July 2019, there were increases of 10.7% in guests and 6.7% in overnight stays. In July, overnight stays generated by the domestic market fell by 2.9% to 2.8 million. The external markets totalled 6.0 million overnight stays (+3.4%). Compared to July 2019, there were increases of 11.5% in overnight stays from residents and 4.6% in those from non-residents.
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