Last year, there were 25,936 tourist beds at Invicta. 30% more compared to the 19,901 that existed in 2018.
In Lisbon, in the same period, growth was 13%, with 59,428 beds in 2018 rising to 67,283 in 2022.
This is one of the conclusions of ECO's analysis based on INE figures that analyze tourism indicators. This data includes beds available in hotels and local accommodation with more than ten beds, that is, hostels and guest houses. INE excludes the supply of local accommodation beds in private homes from the data.
In The Portugal News