Tourism

Statistics for the tourism industry in Northern Ireland.

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Annual and quarterly tourism statistics publications

The latest annual and quarterly tourism statistics for Northern Ireland.

 

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External Overnight Trips to Northern Ireland

Latest figures for External Overnight Trips to Northern Ireland.

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Domestic tourism (Northern Ireland residents)

Statistics on Domestic tourism (Northern Ireland residents)

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Hotel occupancy surveys

The monthly hotel occupancy survey provides information on the occupancy rates and rooms and beds sold in Northern Ireland hotels.

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Early indicators

The latest monthly statistics on cruise ships, throughput at Northern Ireland ports and occupancy surveys can provide an early indication of how tourism is performing.

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Local government district tourism statistics

Local Government District Tourism Statistics for Northern Ireland

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Other tourism statistics

To provide a further picture of tourism supply NISRA run monthly occupancy surveys of Guest Houses, Bed & Breakfasts and Guest Accommodation; and annual surveys regarding the occupancy of Self Catering establishments and visits to Visitor Attractions in Northern Ireland. 

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Northern Ireland air passenger flow statistics

Air Passenger Flow includes information on the passenger throughput of local airports as well as information on Northern Ireland residents using airports in the Republic of Ireland.

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Tourism statistics - background and further information

Information on the background of tourism statistics and further information.

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Tourism statistics user engagement

Minutes and details of user consultations and tourism consultations.

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Visitors to Ireland and Northern Ireland

'Visitors to Ireland and Northern Ireland 2014: A Statistical Profile of Tourism'.

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Previous tourism statistics publications

This section contains previous tourism statistics publications for Northern Ireland. Please note that many of the figures contained in the archive publications have subsequently been revised and/or updated. We would always advise using figures in the most current publications.

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