Next year will be significantly better for Serbian tourism

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The Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications, Tatjana Matić, estimated that next year, when it comes to the tourism sector, will be significantly better, and added that in that sense, 2022 will end better than expected.
At the conference “The Economist: The World in 2022”, Matic said that more than 2.5 million tourists came to Serbia this year, that 10 million overnight stays were recorded, and that the foreign exchange inflow from tourism in Serbia as of September amounted to 150 billion million euros.
“These are data that encourage us, especially having in mind that we are expected to come out of the world next year, primarily in terms of stabilization in the whole world. That will bring new challenges, and that is why it is important that Serbia has positioned itself this year and that it has managed to be recognized on the international market as well,” Matic said.
He adds that the fact that our village Mokra gora is ranked among the few most beautiful villages in the world by the World Tourism Organization speaks in favor of that.
“The fact that Belgrade restaurants have entered Michelin’s guide is another confirmation of the level of service and the fact that when we talk about the tourism sector, the world increasingly recognizes us as a destination to visit,” she said.
Matic states that the trade sector had certain crises this year caused by disturbances on the energy market, but that the Government and the relevant ministry managed to prevent further disturbances on the market, especially when it comes to the supply of basic foodstuffs, Nova reports.