BMI View: Spain has long been one of the most popular holiday destinations in Europe, attracting a large
number of visitors from throughout the region and from markets further afield. Supporting infrastructure is
very well developed, including an extensive hotel marke ..."
BMI View: The outlook for Spain's large and well-established tourism industry is proving positive. Visitor
numbers are expected to increase steadily throughout the forecast period, attracted not only by Spain's
many holiday destinations but also boosted by a downturn ..."
Spain's inbound tourism recorded another successful year with strong growth in arrivals. The recently improved economic scenario means Spaniards prefer outbound trips over domestic tourism. Although, the unemployment rate is still high, GDP at ..."
BMI View: We expect tourist arrivals to Spain to continue increasing in 2016, reaching 69.7bn. This will
be driven primarily by arrivals from the top European source markets, which economies are recovering and
which citizens will continue to be seeking short breaks on ..."
BMI View: We expect inbound tourists to Spain to increase by 2.7% in 2016, which, although a modest
slowdown from the estimated 4.4% posted in 2015, is still respectable growth for a market of this size and
maturity. Over the coming quarters, growth in non-eurozone ar ..."
The Spanish economy contracted during 2009-2014, following the economic crisis and high unemployment rates. Both domestic and outbound tourism recorded a decline, whereas inbound tourism registered growth There has been a strong rise in tourist ..."
BMI View: We forecast 4.4% growth in tourist arrivals to Spain in 2015. This will be boosted by a weak
euro, which will have a positive impact on arrivals from countries such as the UK, US and China. As Spain
invests in further expansion of tourism-related infrastruct ..."
Spain's tourism market is already well established. The country has the transport and accommodation
infrastructure in place to keep up with forecast increases in demand as economies consolidate and tourist
numbers rise. We expect that currency weakness will not only e ..."
BMI View: Spain, given its pleasant climate and a good range of activity options, has historically been one
of the most popular holiday destinations globally, especially for tourists from within Europe. When the
global financial crisis hit Europe, however, Spain's tou ..."
BMI View: Spain has one of the most developed inbound tourism industries in the world, with a wide range
of attractions and diversity of destinations. As with the rest of the country, the industry has had to recover
following a difficult few year; but as key source ma ..."