In the wake of the economic horror of recent times, Europe is promoting tourism to accelerate and increase his recovery. People such as Economic Cycles Research Institute would likely agree. Tourism continues to grow, even in countries most affected by the crisis. The figures for this year have brought smiles to the faces of many people in the European tourism market. Tourism is growing across the EU, especially in developing markets. Indeed, as the clouds of the continuous decline as economic recession, Europe is based more in the frame of the ancient family of tourism to blow away even faster. International tourism increases to EUR 500 billion dollars to the GDP of the EU on an annual basis, in fact it is expected that you double that amount once the transport, culture and construction have been recovered. 10 million citizens of the EU work directly in tourism, while another work by 10 million in tourism-related sectors.
In other words, tourism is big business in the EU. The Giants and the classic destinations are France, of done, the most visited country in the world, Spain, United Kingdom and Germany, the last being the capital of tourism in Europe. Spain has a special interest in increasing their income from tourism, due to mass unemployment. One of every five Spaniards are unemployed. The above figures and the Treaty of Lisbon have emphasized the importance of tourism in the EU. The majority of countries affected by the crisis of recent times, particularly Greece, Spain, Portugal and Ireland have experienced increases in tourism and ebooking since 2010. It doesn’t take a genius to conclude why Greece is desperate to reestablish itself as a very touristic place in Europe.