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Germany received over 8 lakh overnight stays from India in 2023, says official
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Germany received over 8 lakh overnight stays from India in 2023, says official

| @indiablooms | 01 May 2024, 04:26 pm

A German official has said the European nation received over 8 lakh overnight stays from India in 2023.

The country registered 30 percent growth in the tourism sector vi-a-vis last year.

"The growth in the number of tourists has been surprisingly impressive. We've seen over 30 per cent growth vis-a-vis last year. German tourism is bouncing back from COVID after the COVID restrictions have been lifted...," Germany's Deputy Head of Mission Georg Enzweiler told ANI.

He said Indian tourists will find Germany's sustainable and eco-friendly tourism practices quite attractive.

"We are thrilled to witness the growing interest among Indian tourists in exploring Germany. The remarkable growth of 32,6 per cent compared to last year is no surprise, considering Germany's impressive ranking in the global Nation Brands Index 2023," Enzweiler said.

Speaking on Indian students, he said: "Indian students are now the largest international community on the German campuses with 42,578 students as of 2023."

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