Italy Experiences Tourism Boost Following Ryder Cup

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Italy Experiences Tourism Boost Following Ryder Cup

According to Italian government officials, the biennial men’s golf competition held in Rome, the Italian capital, from September 29 to October 1, has provided a significant boost to the industry. tourism of this city.

The competition between teams from Europe and the United States, held for the first time in Italy, at the Marco Simone Golf and Country Club, attracted a large number of supporters from these territories in three days.

According to figures from the Ministry of Tourism, as of September 25, about 58% of the rooms available through online channels were booked in the Lazio region of Rome, more than in any other Italian territory and the highest significantly more than any other Italian territory on a national level. . The monthly average is 45.5%.

Additionally, Rome’s booking statistics were also higher than those reported in the southern region of Campania, Reuters reports, with tourist hotspots including Siena, Florence and Chianti Hills.

The increase in the number of tourists was also welcomed by the capital’s mayor, Roberto Gualtieri, emphasizing the importance of organizing large events in the city. In addition, the Italian government wants to host the Expo 2030 World Exhibition in Rome.

The Italian travel and tourism industry is experiencing a significant recovery from the pandemic, based on data provided by the World Travel and Tourism Council’s 2023 Economic Impact Study (EIR) in September. 7.

He also emphasized that the industry is expected to contribute 194 billion euros to the Italian economy by the end of this year.

In addition, WTTC President and CEO Julia Simpson said that the travel and tourism industry is one of the largest contributors to the Italian economy.


Figures from the country’s Ministry of Tourism also reveal that Italy is the second largest destination this year, with a total of 39% of accommodation booked online. According to figures provided by Statista, the travel and tourism industry contributed more than 190 billion euros to Italy’s GDP last year, still 3% less than the figure recorded in 2019, before the restrictions related to COVID-19 and widespread COVID-19.


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