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Zero-Covid weighs on Europe’s tourism industry

The European tourism industry, which had been shaken up by the Covid pandemic, celebrated a comeback this summer. Italy, for example, reported around 15 million guests at the peak of the seasona new record. The situation was similar in Spain and Greece. As well as on the German North Sea coast. But the industry has mixed feelings about the current boom. The companies are aware that the records are also a Covid catch-up effect. The European traveler’s flow could return to normal levels as soon as in the upcoming fall travel wave and next spring.

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