BMI View: The Czech Republic has a well-established but slightly restricted tourism sector. Prague, as the
capital, is well represented by major hotel chains; however, this leaves little room for new hotels to enter
the market. Arrivals will continue to be strong, esp ..."
BMI View: The Czech Republic tourist market remains small but well established. The Czech capital city of
Prague is home to a multitude of attractions and has long remained popular as a short break and city break
destination for visitors from neighbouring countries an ..."
BMI View: The tourism market in the Czech Republic is small but well established. The capital city Prague
is home to a multitude of attractions and has long been popular as a short break and city break destination
for visitors both from neighbouring states and across ..."
BMI View: 2014 and 2015 have seen the Czech Republic experience a fall in the number of arrivals. Over
the short and medium term we expect this trend to be reversed and for the sector to see strong general
growth. The weakened Czech koruna and subsequent low prices wi ..."
BMI View: The Czech Republic has a well-developed yet unbalanced tourism market, with a high level of
inbound arrivals but an overreliance on Prague as a city break destination. Growth is expected to remain
steady, but in order to increase the future potential, more m ..."
BMI View: As one of the more developed tourism industries in the region, the Czech Republic is forecast to
experience stable levels of growth in the sector over the coming years. Somewhat saturated, there is not
quite the level of opportunity found elsewhere in the re ..."
BMI View: On the back of a positive outlook for the broader Czech economy, outbound travel continues to
grow further over the medium term (2015-2019). Meanwhile, inbound travel is likely to show subdued
growth over the same period. The sector's mixed outlook is especi ..."
BMI View: A slowdown in broader European economic growth as well as persistently slow domestic
economic growth have led us to revise our predictions for the Czech tourism market downwards and we
expect to see a slight decline in arrivals in 2014. This is likely to be ..."
The Czech Republic looks set to retain its position as one of the most popular European travel destinations,
as sustained growth in key European source markets will drive up the number of arrivals to the wellpositioned
Central European state. Continued investment in t ..."
The future is looking very bright for tourism in the Czech Republic, with economic recovery in major
source markets in Europe driving growth in inbound arrivals and outbound travel benefiting from a
gradually improving domestic economic environment. Alongside the grow ..."