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Non-Hotel Overnight Stays Fell by 58.4% in September

According to a study by the National Institute of Statistics, overnight stays in tourist apartments, campsites, rural tourism accommodation and hostels have fallen by 56.6% so far this year.

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According to a survey of non-hotel tourist accommodation conducted by the National Institute of Statistics in September, tourist accommodation such as campsites, rural tourism spaces, apartments for tourist rental and hostels have suffered a cumulative decrease in their occupancy rates of 56.6% since January. In addition, in September, overnight stays decreased by 58.4% compared to the same month in 2019.

The total supply of this type of non-hotel establishment has decreased by 27.6% compared to September 2019, to 126,212 spaces. In total, these places welcomed 1.3 million travellers who made 5.1 million overnight stays. Those figures represent a 58.4% decrease in the annual rate.

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