A total of 3,737 people have visited the Mausoleum of the Lovers and the Mudejar Complex of San Pedro during the Constitution and Immaculate bridge, as reported by the Amantes de Teruel foundation. Compared to the same period in 2019, taking into account that during 2020 due to the pandemic it remained closed, there has been a slight decrease in the number of visits two years ago was 3,763.
The busiest day in the Amantes Group was Monday, December 6, when 984 people passed through its facilities. A similar figure was obtained on Sunday 5, with 982 people.
The number of vacation days concentrated on this bridge has meant that the origin has been very varied, although, fundamentally, it has been tourism from the national territory and with representation from all the Spanish provinces. Madrid (28.17%), Barcelona (9.31%), Valencia (6.047%), Zaragoza (6.047%), Murcia (5.53%) and Alicante (4.12%).
The growing trend registered throughout the year is maintained. So far, the year has registered a total of 62,699 tourists since May 14, when the space was reopened (the Lovers complex was closed since October 22, 2020). There is also a progressive reactivation of the groups that come from travel agencies. A total of 155 people have attended this bridge in a group.