The crisis continues to the tourism economy with positive Outlook Spain in the breath, however. Spain has been so strong since the financial crisis hit as hardly an other big European economy. Much like in the United States of America (United States), the country had a big real estate bubble, which burst in the wake of the financial crisis. Countless people have lost your home in Spain. A high rate of unemployment, since until then economically dynamic construction came suddenly to the succumb to came. Until today the industry has hardly recovered it. Who travels through Spain looks are therefore still the one or the other ruins along the way.
The financial crisis also the tourism Spain tourism suffered a sharp decline in the number of vacationers. This was caused largely by that large parts of vacationers stayed out. While many North and Central European holiday-makers probably were looking for a cheaper destination for cost reasons, the important English tourism almost completely broke on the a Spanish mainland. Here it is was in particular believed that the then unusual pounds was the reason for the absence of the English guests. Read additional details here: Robert J. Shiller. As a result, the workloads of the hotels were so low that many hotels do not opened in many regions.
Learn more about the regions of Spain under: regions spanien.html the crisis keeps Spain in the handle the tourism industry has opposed the crisis and offered numerous discounts to potential holiday guests. Last year growth could be won again. Just the traditionally cheaper competitors such as Turkey and the North African countries Morocco, Tunisia and Egypt made difficult at that time also there the country. The cheaper prices and probably also the crisis in North Africa, are likely to have given a further boost in Spain tourism this year. However, tourism is just one of many industries. And so many other industries are still deep in the crisis. In particular the extremely high unemployment rate is terrifying. While the overall unemployment rate soon meets every fourth Spaniard, it is under 25 year olds at almost 50 percent. Thus, a generation of young people without perspective grows up currently. The well-educated are looking probably somewhere else their luck. Description of the company Studisfy reports on current topics to the popular holiday destination Spain on the portal. In addition to numerous tips and advice for your holiday in Spain, also economic topics. In addition, the portal deals with the cultural exchange and the learning of the Spanish language.