BMI View: The tourism sector in Hungary is well established, and the industry is a valuable contributor to
the domestic economy. Supporting infrastructure, particularly in the capital Budapest, is very well
developed, offering a broad range of hotel options and easily ..."
BMI View: Hungary has a well-developed tourism industry, particularly in the capital Budapest, which for
a long time has been a popular short-break destination for visitors throughout Europe. We expect to see
continued growth in international tourism arrivals to Hunga ..."
BMI View: We expect Hungary's tourism market to continue its healthy growth as the number of tourist
arrivals in the country will steadily increase in the forecast period. Initial concerns about the decrease in
the number of Russian tourists have been discarded as the ..."
BMI View: Hungary's tourism industry is reporting strong growth, boosted by an increase in arrivals from
key markets such as the UK and supported by an increase in international travel connections. The domestic
tourism market will also benefit from economic growth, an ..."
BMI View: Hungary's tourism sector is forecast to experience good growth up to 2019. This growth can be
directly linked to the economic state of the country, something that is set to improve over the same period
including an expected GDP growth of 3% over 2015. The se ..."
BMI View: We expect to see higher tourism-related receipts and hotel and restaurant industry value over
the next five years as well as investment in the tourism sector and physical infrastructure in particular.
However, this growth will be highly dependent on the stab ..."
BMI View: Hungary's tourism industry is expected to record positive growth over the 2015-2019 period,
with solid expansion projected across a range of key market indicators. Tourist arrivals in particular are
expected to experience strong growth. However, this growth ..."
BMI View: The future of Hungary's tourism industry is intertwined with the economic prosperity of
Europe. European travellers make up 87% of total inbound arrivals to Hungary, and the economic
performance of Romania, Germany and Austria in particular will have a large impact on ..."
Overall, BMI believes that the future is looking very positive for tourism in Hungary, with increasing
economic stability in the EU helping to boost inbound tourism arrivals, while domestic growth is paving the
way for an increase in the volume of outbound tourism. Hotel develo ..."
Inbound travel to Hungary is largely dependent on the economic strength of key source markets in Europe;
as such, we saw little growth in 2012. More positive figures were seen in 2013, with arrivals reaching
10.7mn, up from 10.4mn in 2012. We expect growth in inbound ..."