Gyula Castle Spa visitor numbers rise in 2014

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Despite last summer's unfavorable weather, visitor numbers at the expanded Gyula Castle Spa in southeast Hungary reportedly rose by a year-on-year 20% to 556,000 in 2014, marketing manager Hajnalka Keszeli said today.

According to Keszeli, the spa's new indoor water park, which was completed at the end of 2013, drew 173,000 visitors, well over the targeted 100,000. Sales revenue jumped 43% to just over HUF 1 bln, she added.

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