Although the hybrid model of working and virtual meetings are likely here to stay, business tourism is expected to gradually recover and exceed its pre-pandemic peak during the latter part of the forecast period. Portugal is likely to once again become a sought after destination by event organizers due to the quality of its offer, both in terms of lodging and the versatility of the spaces provided, alongside the quality-price ratio.
Inbound arrivals will continue to recover, but the number of trips will remain below its 2019 peak even at the end of the forecast period. Inflation is likely to remain elevated during at least the early part of the forecast period, which will weigh on growth in both inbound arrivals and outbound departures.
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