International tourism has continued to recover from the worst crisis in its history as arrival numbers reached 84% of pre-pandemic levels between January and July 2023, according to the latest data from UNWTO. The Middle East, Europe and Africa lead the global sector’s rebound.
International tourism continued to show strong signs of recovery, with arrivals reaching 57% of pre-pandemic levels in the first seven months of 2022.
Illustrating the devastating demise of tourism in 2020, international tourist arrivals to Europe dropped 70%.
The latest figures on world tourism issued by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) show that international tourist arrivals grew 5 per cent year-on-year in the first nine months of 2018. This reflects continued strong demand in a favourable overall economic context. @UNWTO
International tourist arrivals grew 7% in 2017, the highest increase since 2010, according to the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO)’s latest collection of Tourism Highlights. @UNWTO
International tourist arrivals grew 6% in the first four months of 2018, compared to the same period last year, not only continuing the strong 2017 trend, but exceeding UNWTO’s forecast for 2018. @UNWTO