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Italy’s Amalfi Coast loses thousands of Americans who travel to the ideal vacation spot each year, while the country as a whole can lose about $ 2 billion from a lack of US travel.

Despite the movement to, and around, Europe opening up, the US has not yet been included in the list of countries approved for travel, and for destinations such as the Amalfi coast it has proven to be expensive.

“The North American market represents 82 percent of our guests, so we hope this market will recover,” said hotel owner Giovanni Capilongo.

While he has given up this season, he hopes for recovery next year – and in the meantime, the industry hopes that more Italians will decide to take a vacation at home this year.

Source: AFP



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