Noida, India (PressExposure) September 08, 2009 -- Even in an environment of global financial crisis, when tourism industries all around the world have shown downward trend, number of international tourist arrivals to Turkey has witnessed strong growth of 6.32% year-on-year in July to 4.34 Million tourists.
Our new research report âTurkey Tourism Industry Forecast to 2012â has attributed this upsurge in tourist arrivals to the growing popularity of Turkey as a preferred tourism destination and governmentâs promotional campaigns that have attracted tourists from different corners of the world.
Turkey has become a preferred tourism destination for many countries in Europe. European countries account for the highest number of tourist arrivals in Turkey, with Germany having a major share of around 4.5 Million tourists in 2008 followed by Russia and UK. The contribution of Europe to the Turkish tourism industry has increased significantly over the past due to strong promotional activities conducted by the Turkish government and due to the proximity of Europe to the country.
As per the research report, the Turkish government and tourism board are running various promotional campaigns at domestic and international level. For instance â the tourism board has launched a campaign âUnlimited Turkeyâ, due to which tourist arrivals from the US, the worst hit market by recession, has shown a growth of around 2.5% in the first four months of 2009 over the same period last year.
âTurkey Tourism Industry Forecast to 2012â, provides in-depth analysis of present status and future prospects of the Turkish tourism industry. It thoroughly evaluates various parameters of the industry, like inbound & outbound tourism, expenditure by inbound & outbound tourists, type of tourism, accommodation facilities and aviation industry. This report also gives strategic insight to clients to evaluate the opportunities for their success in the Turkish tourism industry.
The research also features forecast for vital aspects of the industry, tourist arrivals in Middle East, tourist arrivals in Turkey, tourism receipts, outbound tourism, outbound tourism expenditure, consumer expenditure in hotels & restaurants, number of hotels by 2010, population breakup and personal disposable income of the Turkish citizens.
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