As specified by the Mayor's team later in a statement, hotel occupancy arrived at 92% on Friday; on Saturday, at 95% and on Sunday, at 78%.
Another indicator of positive tourism data is the registration of people who passed through the Visitor Reception Center, 17.561, and the Information Space of the Wall, 747.
The Antonio Machado House-Museum was visited by 500 people, 42% more than in 2018. Other points of interest that most attracted tourists in the city were the Royal Mint and the Puppet Collection of Francisco Peralta, which registered 359 and 340 visitors, respectively.
The municipal government emphasizes "a diversification in the tourist flows" this bridge, that is to say, that new itineraries are being incorporated to the classic central axes of the city.
The guided visits were again, according to the City Council, "the star product", with an increase of 2,3% with respect to 2018 of people who participated in some of the routes proposed by the Segovia Tourism area, a total of 751.
On the other hand, the mayor has also lamented the traffic problems "associated with the massive influx of tourists" suffered by the Segovians these days.
The great arrival of visitors in their vehicles made the parking lot of José Zorrilla hang the sign completely and the General Hospital was enabled as a "deterrent parking", which had never happened before, as detailed by the mayor.