November Statistics: Berlin Tourism Grows Significantly
Berlin, January 13 2023 Tourism in Berlin continued to recover significantly in November 2022 compared to the same month of the previous year. According to statistics published today, more than 900,000 guests traveled to Berlin, and the city's hotels registered around 2.1 million overnight stays. This represents a growth of 33 percent in guests and 20 percent in overnight stays compared to November 2021.
Germany remained the most important market, accounting for 63 percent of overnight stays. From the neighboring European countries of the UK, the Netherlands and Poland, most guests stayed overnight in the German capital. The strongest overseas market in November was again the USA.
In November, the Christmas markets and the city's festive lighting attracted many people to Berlin. With a Germany campaign, visitBerlin also promoted a winter and Christmas shopping trip to Berlin. The eat! Berlin was aimed at friends of fine cuisine. The international Berlin Science Week celebrated science and innovation.
Top-class trade fairs and congresses, especially in the field of medicine, attracted professional audiences. These included the Neuro Week in the CityCube of Messe Berlin with around 7,400 registered participants, which included the congress of the German Society for Neurology (DGN), the 35th German Cancer Congress (DKK) with 10,000 participants, and the congress of the German Society for Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Psychosomatics and Neurology (DGPPN), which was attended by 9,000 experts. The events took place live in Berlin and online.