Antalya, one of the most touristic cities of Turkey broke a visit record in 2019! The Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism shared data on the number of foreign tourists coming to Turkey between January and September 2019. So not only Antalya but also almost all cities around Turkey welcome tourists from different countries. More than 41.5 million tourists visited Turkey in the first nine months of 2019.
With 15,644,108 tourists welcomed in 2019, the seaside city of Antalya, in southern Turkey, breaks an all-time record among all the other cities of Turkey.
The Governor of Antalya Province, Munir Karaloglu, reported that in 2019, the tourism sector in the region recorded significant growth. “In 2019, 15,644,108 tourists arrived in our province from Antalya and Gazipasa airports, as well as by land and sea. This trend will continue in 2020,” he assured.
In September, 5,426,818 foreign tourists chose Turkey as a destination for their trips, an increase of 13.23% compared to September 2018.
Turkey received 41,564,536 tourists between January and September 2019, including 36,428,212 foreign tourists, after an increase of 14.5% compared to the same period last year. This tourist attendance generated, in this 9-month period, 26.64 billion dollars in revenues.
Russian tourists were the most numerous in September (+14.7% compared to the same month in 2018). Next came the Germans (+6%), followed by the British (+9.64%). Between January and September, Russians also came in the first place, with an increase of +15.28% compared to the same period in 2018.
In addition, to Antalya, Istanbul, and Edirne were the Turkish cities from which the most entries were made and contributed to the visit record of 2019.
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