The number of people staying overnight in the city and province of Groningen is increasing.
Translation by Traci White
There were 578,690 overnight stays in the city in 2017, which is roughly a 4 percent increase over 2016. The Groninger Internet Courant reports that the biggest reason for the increase is the number of people visiting the region from abroad: in 2016, there were 342,000 overnight stays, and in 2017, that was up to 447,000.
The Dutch Central Bureau of Statistics indicated earlier this year that 2017 was a record-breaking year for the province: there were 1,454,000 overnight stays in 2016, and 1,559,000 in 2017, a seven percent increase. Across the country, more and more people are choosing to stay in hotels than going camping.
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