The preliminary estimate of the number of overnight stays in hotels in November is 251,800, thereof 53,200 Icelandic and 198,600 foreign. Compared with 23,800 overnight stays in November 2020, there was around tenfold increase from last year.
The value of exported goods from Iceland amounted to 72.2 billion ISK fob in November 2021 and the value of imported goods 100.8 billion ISK cif (93.5 billion ISK fob). Thus, there was a trade deficit, calculated on fob/cif value, of 28.6 billion ISK as compared with a trade deficit of 15.8 billion ISK in November 2020 at current rates of exchange.
Just over 2.8 million visits were made to museums in Iceland in 2019. Visits have increased by 1.2 million since 2010, 74.9%. Total numbers of visits to museums able to provide information about the nationality of visitors were 2.15 million, of whom 38.8% were made by Icelandic nationals but 61.2% by foreign guests.
In 2020, less than 60 thousand concert guests attended 424 concerts in the three main concert halls in Iceland, Harpa, Salurinn and Hof. Of those, 45,575 attended 330 concerts in Harpa, 12,534 attended 76 concerts in Salurinn and 1,872 guests attended 18 concerts in Hof. Attendance in Harpa and Hof has thereby never been less than in 2020.