Europe's biggest tour operator, TUI, Thomas Cook and FTI, Greece and Spain that fell in the German tourism market, but has announced that Turkey's continued rise.
TUI, Thomas Cook and FTI, one of the largest tour operators in Europe, announced that the Turkish tourism market will grow by two digits this year. Turkey's 5 years after the German tourism market is in strong demand again saw the Germans back to back Turkey's Mediterranean coast said. Tour operators in the Canary Islands, Spain's holiday destination Mallorca and Crete, while the decline in Antalya, Alanya and Side, said the hotel attracted great interest. According to the research conducted by the German Center for Holiday Travel Community Research, more than 80 percent of Germans were economically in good condition, 60 percent had paid for the summer holiday, and 63 were planning to travel. Thirty percent of Germans were to spend their summer holidays in their own country. It was determined that 23 percent of Germans tended to buy a package tour for the holiday and that 90 percent of those who bought a package tour booked a alma all inclusive için holiday. German holidaymakers were worried about the chaos in Italy, the government crisis in Spain, and the Yellow Vests in France.