More tourists seeking private accommodation over hotels
In all Central and Eastern European countries (Hungary, the Czech Republic, Poland, and Romania), the desire to travel increased to more than 90% by 2021, according to business daily Világgazdaság.
Individually organized domestic travel jumped from 7% to 18%.
The preferred type of accommodation has also changed.
Due to the coronavirus epidemic, more people are looking for separate, private apartments and guest houses instead of hotels.
Despite rising accommodation prices, global inflation, and the war in the neighborhood, tourism is returning to a growing trajectory in the region.
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