BMI View: Our current forecast envisages a positive outlook for the Italian tourism sector in 2016 and
beyond, out towards the end of our current forecast period in 2020. We believe that the Italian tourism
sector as a whole is well developed and benefits from the sta ..."
BMI View: We maintain a positive outlook for the Italian tourism sector owing to a variety of factors in
2016 and beyond, out to end of our current forecast period in 2020. The Italian tourism sector is large and
well-developed and the country benefits from its status ..."
BMI View: Italy has a very large and well-established tourism sector. The country is a popular destination
for travellers from within Europe and across the world, drawn to its rich culture and exciting history. Over
the forecast period we see total arrivals to the cou ..."
BMI View: A weaker euro and improving economic conditions across Europe will contribute to a robust
rise in foreign visitors to Italy in 2016. The tourism sector will also be supported by an improving picture
for domestic tourism on the back of a consumer-led economic ..."
BMI View: We expect the weaker euro to encourage higher numbers of domestic tourists as well as those
from further afield to travel to Italy in 2015 and into 2016, with visitors looking to take advantage of the
exchange rate. Although arrivals will continue to rise, w ..."
BMI View: With a strong existing tourism market, Italy is expected to have a stable few years of growth,
despite economic concerns domestically and in the eurozone. The country has a wide range of city breaks
and summer destinations, as well as a ski industry that has ..."
We expect to see steady growth in the Italian tourism market over the next five years as the weaker euro and
Italy's established tourism offerings attract an increasing number of visitors. Inbound travel is expected to
expand at a solid rate to 2019; outbound travel w ..."