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National Statistics Institute (INS): Tourism in Romania states better performances in incoming statistics at five months

2012-07-04 13:18:22

Arrivals and overnight stays in tourist reception with functions of accommodation increased in the first five months of this year, with 12.9 percent, respectively, by 8.5 percent over the same period in 2011,
Arrivals in tourist reception totaled approximate 2,5 million, up 12.9 percent from those of the first five months of 2011. Romanian tourists arrivals accounted for 76.7 percent of the total arrivals, while foreign tourists accounted for 23.3 percent of the total arrivals, weights close to those of the period January 1 to May 31, 2011. Arrivals in hotels have a share of 77 percent of total arrivals in tourist reception with functions of accommodation, up by 11.9 percent. Establishments of tourist reception totaled over 5 million by June 2012, up 8.5 percent from those of the first five months of last year. Romanian tourists' overnight stays were 78 percent of total overnight stays, while overnight stays of foreign tourists represented 22 percent .
Net use index of accommodation places was 19.7 percent in overall tourist accommodation units, up 1 percent from 1 January -31 May 2011.
Arrivals of foreign visitors in Romania, according to customs, were over 2.6 million at five months, up 0.5 percent over the first five months of 2011. Most foreign visitors came from European countries, 94.6 percent.  Most arrivals were registered from Hungary (35.3 percent), Bulgaria (20.6 percent), Germany (9.1 percent), Italy (7.7 percent) and Austria (4.7 percent).

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