Tag "Nemzeti Turisztikai Adatszolgáltató Központ"

2024 could be a record year for Hungarian tourism

During the first three months of the year, accommodations in Hungary recorded 7.1 million guest nights, a 14 percent increase over the same period last year. According to the National...

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MTÜ: Easter traffic increased at accommodation facilities

Compared to last year’s holiday long weekend, Easter brought 3 percent more traffic to accommodations this year, the Hungarian Tourism Agency (MTÜ) told MTI on Thursday. According to the data...

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NGM: the performance of the tourism sector is growing dynamically

Based on the latest data from the Central Statistical Office (KSH) and the National Tourist Information Center (NTAK), in February 2024, both the number of guest nights and the number...

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MTÜ: Budapest and the spa towns attracted the most guests during the holiday long weekend

Heavy traffic characterized the long weekend of March 15, which can also be considered the opening of the tourism season, according to the data of the National Tourist Information Center...

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NGM: tourism is increasingly helping to restore economic growth

In January, the turnover of tourist accommodation increased by 11 percent, the performance of the sector in January surpasses the data of the record year 2019 before the war and...

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NGM: tourism is increasingly helping to restore economic growth

In January, the turnover of tourist accommodation increased by 11 percent, the performance of the sector in January surpasses the data of the record year 2019 before the war and...

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This year’s Valentine’s Day can bring a quarter of a million domestic guests

Based on pre-booking data from the National Tourist Information Center (NTAK), Hungarian hotels can expect significant guest traffic on Valentine’s Day and the following weekend as well. The number of...

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Tourism agency: tourism exceeded the year 2022 last year

Last year, Hungarian tourism not only exceeded the results of the year 2022, but also reached, and sometimes even exceeded, the figures of the record year 2019 – announced Zoltán...

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A surprising number of people spent their winter break at Lake Balaton

During the winter vacation, 6 percent more people went on vacation than in the same period a year earlier. After the capital, Lake Balaton and the Mátra-Bükk area were the...

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Felívelőben a hotelipar

A hazai és a nemzetközi adatok is megerősítik, jó évet zár idén a szállodaipar. A Nemzeti Turisztikai Adatszolgáltató Központ adatai alapján több mint 6 millió vendég érkezett a magyarországi szálláshelyekre a...

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MTÜ: more people spend the holiday weekend in hotels than last year

More people are spending the holiday weekend in hotels than last year, this year there were nearly 10 percent more bookings for a total of 213,000 guest nights, the Hungarian...

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MTÜ: traffic in rural spa towns is outstanding in winter

According to the November data of the National Tourist Information Center (NTAK), this year the number of guest nights spent in spa towns exceeded the previous year by almost 10...

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2019 was cited as the result of the Indian summer: record-breaking data in September

Compared to September 2022, almost 10% more people discovered Hungary’s landscapes in the first month of autumn. The number of guests of 1.4 million exceeded the pre-pandemic value by 2.4%,...

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MTÜ: professional tourism has also picked up in the Hungarian capital

Professional tourism will be the driving force of the sector in autumn, the market for business events, conferences and congresses has gained momentum, where, along with May, October is the...

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Tourism was a successful sector this summer

Based on the data of the National Tourist Information Center, more than 6 million guests arrived at Hungarian accommodation in the three summer months, which is 1% more than the...

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MTÜ: not only in the Balaton settlements, but throughout the country, the spa towns generated a lot of traffic in the summer

Based on the data for the first half of the year, Siófok, Hajdúszoboszló, Hévíz, Balatonfüred, Bük, Zalakaros, Gyula, Sárvár, Szeged and Eger were the most popular spa towns after Budapest,...

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The biggest digital development in the tourism sector

Launched in 2019 by the Hungarian Tourism Agency (MTÜ), the National Tourism Data Supply Centre (NTAK) is a digital platform that allows real-time visibility of anonymous, turnover-based statistical data about...

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NTAK: tourists flock to the World Athletics Championships in Budapest

Almost 340,000 guest-night reservations have already been accepted by Budapest accommodation providers for the duration of the World Athletics Championships, according to data from the National Tourist Information Center. The...

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In the middle of the main season, tourism also performs well nationally

From the beginning of the summer to the middle of July, nearly 2.7 million guests and more than 6.7 million guest nights were registered at Hungarian accommodations. The number of...

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The government accepted MTÜ’s proposal – the decree amending NTAK data provision was published

The decree of the Hungarian Government has been published, the obligation to provide data to the National Tourist Information Center (NTAK) for catering shops using online cash registers and tourist...

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MTÜ: domestic accommodations are full during the long weekend at the end of May

Waterfronts and beaches all over the country will be full again on the last long weekend of May, according to the data of the National Tourist Information Center (NTAK), more...

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MTÜ: Outstanding foreign guest traffic in the first four months of the year

In the first four months of the year, Hungarian accommodation providers submitted data on nearly 9 million guest nights to the National Tourist Information Center. This represents a 3% increase...

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Hotel association: traffic in hotels in December was outstanding

The performance of Hungarian hotels exceeded expectations in December, and was exceptionally good, despite the rise in inflation and the Russian-Ukrainian war, the Hungarian Hotel and Restaurant Association (MSZÉSZ) announced...

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Well-known rural accommodations are closing one after the other

More and more restaurants and catering establishments are forced to close temporarily or permanently, as they can no longer cope with the increased operating costs: everything is becoming more expensive,...

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The NTAK Compass has been launched: help for accommodation providers

The Hungarian Tourist Agency (MTÜ) has further developed the feedback interface created for accommodation providers in the National Tourist Information Center (NTAK) taking into account the needs of the sector....

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No more physical guest book

The Hungarian parliament has voted yes on abolishing paper guest books in hotels and other places of accommodation as of 1 January 2023. This means that accommodation providers will have...

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The Hungarian Tourism Agency has launched a new information news portal

The Hungarian Tourism Agency (MTÜ) has launched a new information news portal, the igyutazunk.hu page will feature constantly updated articles and analyzes about domestic tourism, Jakab Zsófia, the organization’s deputy...

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Recommendations for the NTAK system

It is one of the missions of the Guild of Hungarian Restaurateurs (MVI) to call the attention of decision-makers to the problems affecting catering businesses. As a lot of questions...

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Magazine: Collective declaration for data-driven tourism

  In November hospitality units and tourist attractions also join the National Tourism Data Supply Centre (NTAK), and as a result of this Hungary’s most comprehensive, real time big data...

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Many people are longing for 2019: Hungarian tourism is booming, but is still not the same

The number of nights spent in accommodation in Hungary could reach 30 million this year, which is lower than 41 million in 2019, but an increase of almost 1.5 times...

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