Turkey and Egypt will prove to be the “trendy” destinations for European tourists. This is mainly due to a banal reason: inflation will increase the demand for all-inclusive tours, namely in Turkey and Egypt, the All Inclusive system is especially developed. This statement was made for the Turkish media by the head of the German division of the Anex Tour tour operator Murat Kyzylsach.
According to his estimates, in 2022 the German division of the tour operator will send about 450 thousand tourists, and in 2023 they intend to double this number. Moreover, it was “the best year since 2016” when the tour operator entered the German market. There are two reasons for this. The first is the pent-up demand that has accumulated over the pandemic, the second is the demand for all-inclusive.
“Rising prices due to rising inflation have prompted tourists, especially families, to prefer the all-inclusive system. All-inclusive tours will be in vogue in the coming season. This is especially true for destinations such as Turkey or Egypt, which are all-inclusive and offer good value for money,” he assured.
Other local tour operators confirm this assessment. In particular, when announcing the 2023 summer program, TUI stated that it would focus on the all-inclusive system and that the demand for Turkey is higher than for Spain. The local CEO of the tour operator, Stefan Baumert, is confident that German tourists will still travel, but at the same time, “there is a surprisingly high demand for all-inclusive destinations and facilities.” Moreover, Turkey is expected to be the “best-selling region”.
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