According to data from the German National Tourist Board, the number of Indian tourists staying overnight in Germany increased by 209% in 2022 compared to the previous year.
To promote Germany as a must-visit country, the German National Tourist Office (GNTO) and German Embassy in India spoke to the media. pIndians stay in Germany for a total of 623,363 nights in 2022 (compared to 201,194 in 2021). The record number of 961,656 set in 2019 has not yet been attained. “However, we have already surpassed 65% of 2019’s level, providing room for further expansion as Indians start to travel again. International travel is very popular among Indians, according to Romit Theophilus, Director – India, German National Tourist Office.
“Germany is a desirable location with outstanding offers. Our medium-term objective is to equal the amount of overnight stays we experienced prior to the Covid-19 pandemic. Our impressive growth this year compared to 2021 demonstrates that Indians find our varied advertising and products appealing and appealing.
“We are aware that Indians who are interested in culture, history, city breaks, and gastronomic experiences find Germany to be very appealing. Germany’s tourism sector places a strong emphasis on sustainability, and we’re convinced that Indian tourists looking for eco-friendly travel options will be drawn to the nation’s breathtaking natural beauty, cutting-edge eco-tourism strategies, and rich cultural history.
Source- Travel biz