In Antalya, there is something for everyone to do. One of the best places to see if you want to satisfy your need for sightseeing is Aspendos. The city is also ideally located to act as your base for day tours around the historic tourist attractions scattered throughout the nearby hills. Yet, history is hardly mentioned to many visitors. In contrast, Antalya is known for its beachfront locations and boat trips that provide views of the Mediterranean coastline.
Data from the Governorship of Antalya shows that between January 1 and February 28, 450 000 283 tourists flew into the city. The “best start of all time” in history is thought to be this amount.
One of the most popular tourist locations in the Mediterranean, Antalya, continued to experience a rise in tourism figures in 2023. Antalya, which had about 13.5 million visitors at the end of 2022, immediately entered 2023. Data from the Antalya Governorship Provincial Directorate of Culture and Tourism shows that between January 1 and February 28 there were 450 000 283 visitors who arrived in the city by plane. The “best start of all time” in history is thought to be this amount. As the “year of records” for the tourism sector, this figure was 296 344 in 2019, 387 598 in 2020, 98 150 in 2021, and 288 990 in 2022.
Between February 1 and February 28, 230 000 635 tourists arrived in Antalya, which experienced its “best January” and “best February,” ever. As a result, February 2023 was dubbed the “greatest February of all time”.
150 000 386 people flew into Antalya between February 2022 and February 1, 2028. There was a 53% increase in February 2023 when compared to the same month the previous year. Over the previous two months, growth increased at a 56% rate.
Based on the number of travellers coming in Antalya by air in 2023, the order of the nations has not changed. Russia accounted for 132 000 74 of the total visitors to the region between January 1 and February 28. With 79 000 797 tourists, Germany finished in second, and England took third with 40 000 10 visitors. The next-highest numbers of travellers via air to Antalya over the course of the two months were from Poland, Israel, Kazakhstan, the Netherlands, Ukraine, Denmark, and Belgium.