Flash estimates | July 2023
The estimate points to 3,154.6 thousand guests and 8,780.1 thousand overnight stays in total tourist accommodation in July 2023, compared to 3,030.8 thousand guests (+4.1%) and 8,665.9 thousand overnight stays (+1.3%) in the same month of 2022. The evolution compared to July 2019 should be 10.7% more for guests (+305.2 thousand guests) and 6.7% more for overnight stays (+540.8 thousand overnight stays).
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