Hungarian Travel & Tourism Market Landscape Canvassed by Canadean in In-demand Research Report Available at MarketPublishers.com10 Aug 2015 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The Hungarian domestic tourism market was on a “burning platform” during 2009-2014 owing to a weak financial performance of the country. During this historic period the number of domestic trips fell from 17.7 million (2009) to 14.9 million (2014). However, this figure is anticipated to amount to 15.7 million in 2019, driven by gradual economic improvement of the country. Growth is likely to be observed in the number of outbound trips as well. This growth will likely be spurred by rising disposable incomes, reducing unemployment rates, etc. The number of outbound trips is likely to reach 5.5 million by 2019.
Hungary is widely recognized as a hub of a high-quality medical treatment provided at affordable prices. The country is an attractive health tourism destination for visitors from the United Kingdom, Ireland, Denmark and Germany, among others. Hungary holds a lion’s share (40%) of the European dental tourism market and also accounts for around one-fifth of the world dental tourism market.
New comprehensive research publication “Travel and Tourism in Hungary to 2019” prepared by Canadean provides reliable information on the Hungarian tourism sector. The market research report offers details on tourism flows, tourist expenditures and the airline, hotel, car rental and travel industries in Hungary; scrutinizes domestic and outbound tourist trips in the country as well as examines challenges and drivers, influencing the Hungarian travel and tourism market growth during 2009-2019. Moreover, the study includes a holistic forecast for the market development up to 2019, includes an analysis of tourist spending patterns in Hungary across various categories in the travel and tourism sector. Additionally, the competitive landscape in the Hungarian travel and tourism market is thoroughly scrutinized in the report.
Travel and Tourism in Hungary to 2019
Published: July, 2015
Price: US$ 1,950.00
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