Attitudes of Europeans Towards Tourism - Flash Eurobarometer Report (March 2013) Publicerat den: 06/03/2013, Senaste uppdatering: 23/09/2013
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Seven out of ten Europeans travelled in 2012 (the same proportion as in 2011). And of EU holiday makers, as many as 88% spent their vacations somewhere within the EU, either in their own country or in another Member State.
The industry's robust and resilient performance is expected to continue in 2013: three quarters of respondents to a recent EU survey (75%) are planning to go on holiday this year, although 34% will adapt their holiday plans to take the economic situation into account.
Holiday plans for 2013 closely resembled the destinations chosen in 2012. Spain (12%), Italy (8%) and France (7%) are still the most preferred destinations, and 51% plan to take a holiday in their own country.
These are the most important results of the latest Flash Eurobarometer survey on the attitudes of Europeans towards tourism. It also explores the motivations for going on holiday, how holidays were arranged, holiday satisfaction and the plans for the future.