Residents of Europe, facing an energy crisis, are actively booking hotel rooms in Turkey for the cold season. The number of bookings for November has already increased by 50% compared to last year, A Haber TV channel reports on Monday.
Western sanctions pressure on Russia has led to an increase in energy and food prices in Europe. Europeans whose bills have risen more than 10 times and who have been urged to 'shower together' amid the 'gas crisis' will flock to Turkey's hotels to spend the winter. Bookings for November have already increased by 50%. TV channel reports.
This situation will reduce unemployment in Turkey, Ferhan Ademhan, board member of the Anatolian Association of Tour Operators says.