Langzhong Ancient City received 56,600 visitors on the fourth day of the first lunar month

2022-07-08 0 By

The fourth day of the first lunar month is the beginning of Spring, the first of the 24 solar terms. Spring warms the earth and all things begin.The sunny weather in Nanchong and the abundant cultural activities in the scenic spots have attracted tourists from all over the country.According to the monitoring statistics, the city’s 38 A-level scenic spots received 458,800 tourists on that day, with A year-on-year increase of 61.6%, creating A one-day high for the tourist reception of A-level scenic spots in Nanchong.Ticket sales reached 2.5001 million yuan, up 49.9 percent year on year.Langzhong Ancient City received 56,600 tourists, The scenic area of Zhu De’s former residence received 28,300 tourists, the Scenic area of Heming Mountain in Gaoping District received 49,200 tourists, and the scenic area of Baer Lake in the south received 47,200 tourists.At the same time, 129 online and offline activities were held in the city’s public service venues, attracting more than 40,000 online clicks.In the first five days of the holiday, the overall operation of nanchong culture and tourism market was safe, stable and orderly, and the recovery of culture and tourism consumption was stable and strong.While adhering to the normal epidemic prevention and control work, the city’s cultural and tourism industry organized wonderful, small scattered cultural and tourism activities in the Spring Festival, presenting a rich and colorful cultural feast for local tourists.According to statistics, in the first five days of the Spring Festival, the city’s A-level tourist attractions received 1,910,700 tourists, up 37.66% year on year;The ticket revenue reached 9.3891 million yuan, up 44.29% year on year;Around the theme of Spring Festival culture, the city’s libraries, cultural centers and other public service venues held more than 500 online and offline cultural activities benefiting the people during the Spring Festival, receiving 102,100 public tourists.