The number of guest nights spent in Hungarian commercial accommodation fell by an annual 85% to 313,000 in November as the pandemic continued to impact the tourism industry, data released by the Central Statistical Office (KSH) show.
This year, for the eighth time, szallas.hu portal presented the Most Outstanding Professional awards of Hungarian tourism.
Budapest’s Széchenyi and Gellért thermal baths ranked in the top ten most Instagrammable thermal baths in the world.
Tourism development of HuF 8 billion will start in Hajdúszoboszló, and the government will provide HuF 400 million for the preparation of the investment, the Secretary of State for Employment Policy of the Ministry of Innovation and Technology (ITM) announced at an online press conference on Wednesday (9th December).
National Geographic Magazine has created a list of wonderful destinations tourists should visit after the pandemic is over. The Puszta of Hortobágy is also on this list.
The number of guest nights at commercial accommodations in Hungary fell by an annual 59.2% to 1,061,000 in September, the Central Statistical Office (KSH) said. The number of guest nights spent by domestic travellers fell by 16.2% to 931,000, while the number spent by foreign visitors plunged by 91.3% to 130,000. hungarymatters.hu pixabay
Hungary’s spas are in the midst of a crisis caused by low attendance resulting from the novel coronavirus epidemic, with drop in revenues of at least 50% experienced so far this year, the head of the Hungarian Spas Association said on Thursday, adding that nearly 5,000 lay-offs are likely by March 2021. Over 76% of […]
The national survey by the Hungarian Baths Association shows that bathing areas in Hungary expect an average revenue loss of 40 per cent this year. It was highlighted at the organisation’s autumn general assembly meeting, which began on 8 September, that the Government’s support was necessary for the sector to be capable of protecting jobs. […]
The new lido in the Great Forest has been inaugurated: the Aquaticum water complex, which was created of a 9.5-billion-HUF investment with 7.1 billion HUF government support, was opened to the general public on 19 June 2020 – as it was announced on 18 June.
The new Debrecen Aquaticum Spa was inaugurated on Friday (19th June) and it has already opened its gates in front of the visitors.