Tourism

Statistics Austria has collected data about tourism for some 130 years – the first statistical records relating to tourism at spa resorts date from 1875. A national tourism survey (excluding spa tourism) was carried out in 1890 for the first time.

The tourism and travel data compiled by Statistics Austria comprises four core areas as follows:

  1. Accommodation (annual stock statistics; monthly statistics on arrivals and overnight stays)
  2. Travel habits (holiday and business trips by Austrian citizens)
  3. Travel balance of payments (expenditure on domestic and outbound tourism, balance)
  4. Satellite systems (tourism satellite accounts (TSA) for Austria and selected federal provinces; TSA employment module)
27.07.2020Tourism summer season 2020: number of nights spent in June decreased by 59%PDF88 KB
29.06.2020Tourism summer season 2020 started in May with a 90% decrease in overnight stays compared to the same month last yearPDF87 KB
28.05.2020Almost one fifth fewer overnight stays in the 2019/20 winter season PDF86 KB
06.05.2020Austrian summer tourism largely depends on German and Austrian guests PDF77 KB
28.04.2020Decreases in current tourism winter season 2019/20 due to lockdown in MarchPDF74 KB
02.04.202053.2 million overnight stays and 14.5 million arrivals in the current tourism winter season 2019/20PDF75 KB
28.02.2020Current tourism winter season 2019/20: 33.5 million nights spent and 9.9 million arrivalsPDF85 KB
27.01.2020Tourism in Austria reached new record levels with 153 million overnight stays and 46 million guests in 2019 PDF89 KB
16.01.2020More than 1.1 million beds in about 68.000 accommodation establishments in tourism year 2018/19PDF87 KB
20.12.2019Tourism winter season 2019/20 started with an increase in overnight stays of 0.7%PDF85 KB
13.12.201950 years travel survey: Travel intensity has more than doubled since 1969, travel volume more than quadrupled PDF42 KB
29.11.2019Tourism summer season 2019 reached all-time high with 79 million overnight staysPDF88 KB
29.10.2019Positive results for ongoing tourism summer season 2019: overnight stays +2.4% and arrivals +3.1%PDF87 KB
27.09.20192.6% more overnight stays in the ongoing tourism summer season 2019PDF87 KB
24.09.2019For every second holiday trip in 2018, accommodation or transport was booked onlinePDF94 KB
28.08.201938.8 million nights spent in the first half of the tourism summer season 2019PDF87 KB
25.07.2019Nearly 20 million overnight stays in the tourism summer pre-season 2019PDF88 KB
27.06.2019Summer season 2019 starts with decrease due to holiday shifts in MayPDF84 KB
29.05.2019Nearly 73 million overnight stays in winter season 2018/19PDF87 KB
26.04.2019Current tourism winter season 2018/19: 65 million nights spent and 18 million arrivalsPDF87 KB
28.03.2019Current tourism winter season 2018/19: 49.6 million nights spent and 13.6 million arrivalsPDF88 KB
27.02.2019Number of overnight stays by Chinese guests in Austria has increased sixfold since 2008 PDF88 KB
27.02.2019Current tourism winter season 2018/19: 31.7 million overnight stays and 9.4 million arrivals PDF88 KB
24.01.2019Nearly 150 million overnight stays and 45 million arrivals in 2018 PDF88 KB
16.01.2019Austria offers around 1.1 million beds for tourists in 2017/2018PDF90 KB


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Tourismus in Österreich 2019
The guest numbers from Austria and abroad, as well as, the nights spent and the structure of the Austrian accommodation establishments form an important basis for the planning and analysis of the ...

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Tourismus in Österreich 2018
The guest numbers from Austria and abroad, as well as, the nights spent and the structure of the Austrian accommodation establishments form an important basis for the planning and analysis of the ...

Release date: 05/2018 ISBN:978-3-903264-14-4-99-2

 
 

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Tourismus in Österreich 2017
The guest numbers from Austria and abroad, as well as, the nights spent and the structure of the Austrian accommodation establishments form an important basis for the planning and analysis of the ...

Release date: 04/2018 ISBN:978-3-903106-80-2

 
 

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