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Visitor Footfall in Tourist Areas Increased in August, According to CBRE

In Puerto Banús and the airports of Gran Canaria and Palma de Mallorca, visitor traffic grew in August compared to July; whereas, in La Rambla (Barcelona), it decreased by 2%.

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Pedestrian traffic in tourist areas increased in a generalised way during the month of August in relation to the figures registered in July, according to data collected by CBRE using its Calibrate tool. Despite the monthly improvement, the figures are well below those recorded a year earlier.

CBRE’s study analyses the evolution of visitor footfall in four key tourist spots: Puerto Banús, in Marbella; La Rambla Catalunya, one of the main commercial thoroughfares visited by tourists who come to Barcelona; and the airports of Gran Canaria and Palma de Mallorca, traditionally two of Spain’s busiest hubs during the summer months.

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