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Published on : Apr 13, 2016

ALBANY, New York, April 13, 2016 – According to the report, the outbound tourist spending in Germany 2015 was US$11 bn and the number of outbound tourists is expected to reach around 5 mn by 2020.

The report discusses the worldwide visiting trends of German outbound tourists and spending between 2009 and 2020. The German outbound tourist visits to and spending in the U.S., Australia, Singapore, South Korea, India, Cambodia, South Africa, New Zealand, Japan, and China between 2009 and 2020 is also analyzed in the report.

German has the largest outbound tourist trade in the world, with Germans spending large amounts annually to travel abroad. The love for travel and the large savings made by the Germans, even after facing economic difficulties, drive the Germany outbound tourism market. Despite the global recession, the Germany outbound tourism market has not been affected adversely. Germans prefer a wide variety of holiday destinations, with beaches and adventure sports destinations being among the most popular. They appreciate various cultures and travel with varying budgets, picking their destinations accordingly.  

German outbound travelers are generally well-educated and sophisticated and selective, cultured tastes. Various destinations appeal to them and thus a diverse range of destinations are visited by Germans annually. Short-to-medium-distance destinations are preferred by most Germans. In their pursuit for a relaxing beach holiday, they tend to swarm to destinations that have a warmer climate and many beaches. 

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Germans also enjoy the outdoors and since they prefer beaches and sunny locations in general, Spain, Egypt, and Turkey are desirable destinations for them. In case of low-budget travelers, the Alps are commonly visited during the summers. Italy, Austria, and Switzerland also draw a large number of German tourists. 

Improved transportation links are one of the prime drivers of the Germany outbound tourism industry. This factor has made several international destinations more accessible and convenient to visit. Furthermore, the drop in airfares and increase in the frequency of flights are also encouraging Germans to travel more. The rise of the internet also plays a vital role in the planning and booking of leisure travel, which can now be done more conveniently than ever. 

Tables, figures, graphs and charts have been given wherever necessary. The report provides an extensive analysis relating to the tourism demands of the country. It details the historical figures and forecasts the future of the Germany outbound tourism market. It provides a comprehensive analysis of the travel and tourism demand factors and also the challenges faced by the Germany outbound tourism industry. 

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