Press release: 12.574
Second pandemic June brings an increase in overnight stays compared to June 2020, but is clearly below pre-crisis level
"After the new start of tourism in May, the number of nights spent by resident guests in particular continued to pick up in June: At 3.54 million, nights spent by resident guests were already close to the pre-crisis level from June 2019, whereas overnight stays by non-resident guests were still more than half lower at 3.92 million. All in all, Austria's tourism reached 7.46 million overnight stays in June 2021, 59.2% of the pre-crisis level of June 2019," said Statistics Austria Director General Tobias Thomas.
Overnight stays by German guests rose by 68.1% year-on-year
to 2.95 million in June 2021, making Germany the most important foreign
source market in June, followed by Switzerland and Liechtenstein (0.16
The first third of the tourism
summer season 2021 (May and June) starts with a total of 10.38 million
nights spent (non-resident guests: 5.19 million; resident guests: 5.19 million).
That is almost three quarters
Vienna clearly behind the pre-crisis level in a federal state comparison
The Austria-wide opening of the accommodation establishments brought an increase in nights spent and arrivals in June 2021 compared to the previous year for all federal states (Laender). However, despite the fact that nights spent have doubled compared to June 2020, the capital Vienna is still below the pre-crisis level and shows the highest decline of 77.9% compared to June 2019. In contrast, Burgenland is almost at pre-crisis level with only 5.5% fewer nights spent.
The current calendar year
2021 (January to June) recorded 14.12 million nights spent, 70.6%
less than in the same period of the year 2020, which is due to the Europe-wide
travel restrictions in the first third of the year. The decline in resident
nights spent is significantly lower
For more detailed results and further information please refer to the German Version.
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