The Hungarian Tourism Agency (MTÜ) is launching a large-scale campaign to boost domestic tourism, with twelve advertising spots, posters, online and print media advertisements in various points of the country, with messages targeting locals.
Hungarian hospitality services and tourist attractions will have to register with the national tourism registry by the end of this year, Zoltán Guller, the head of the Hungarian Tourism Agency, told business daily Világgazdaság, explaining that the registry would enable data-based management of the sector.
The number of guest nights at commercial accommodations in Hungary fell by an annual 69.7% to 224,000 in March due to pandemic restrictions, the Central Statistical Office (KSH) said on Tuesday.
Spas and baths in Hungary are now receiving visitors in possession of a vaccination certificate, the chief medical officer said.
Around one-third of Hungarians say they are thinking of going on holiday this summer, Szallas.hu said, citing a survey conducted in cooperation with pollster Ipsos.
Most seasoned Hungarian vacationers plan domestic travel this year, a survey by tourism company Everguest and Tárki shows.
Guest nights spent in Hungarian tourist accommodations in February fell by an annual 89.7% to 181,000, the Central Statistical Office (KSH) said.
This year, for the eighth time, szallas.hu portal presented the Most Outstanding Professional awards of Hungarian tourism.
Budapest’s Széchenyi and Gellért thermal baths ranked in the top ten most Instagrammable thermal baths in the world.
National Geographic Magazine has created a list of wonderful destinations tourists should visit after the pandemic is over. The Puszta of Hortobágy is also on this list.