It is not so strange: We are longing for new vistas and the feeling of freedom. With the limitation of our vacation plans as a result of coronapandemien, report rejsesulten with many.
According to a survey conducted by One Poll for the Hotels.com yearn, 86% of the danes after getting out to travel again.
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But rejselysterne change. Almost half of the danes admits in the study that they would be worried to travel even after the easing of restrictions. Every fourth find a seal of approval from the authorities is crucial for their planning of the next holiday. And around 28 percent will only travel safely again, when a vaccine is developed.
Caution and due diligence are the trends, the study points to in the aftermath of the pandemic. Håndsprit, travel insurance and wipes the topper pakkelisterne.
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Still more also plan vacation to places they know or have been. Maybe have the shutdown given the time to dream yourself back to the good memories. In any case, looking 35 percent of danes on holiday to places they have already visited. 23 percent want to explore more of Denmark than to travel to distant destinations.
General leader of the danes as a result of the pandemic, and shutting down after more remote locations with fewer people. 31 percent of danes say they will actively avoid places with many people and much activity, informs Hotels.com.
People also want to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. The trend goes toward more beach, less stress and a family vacation, the study shows. The pandemic has made people think of their nearest.
Hotels.com reports that one of the big motivators when it comes to travel, again, for the 33 percent of the surveyed danes to be more together with family and friends, which they haven't seen in a long time.
A family vacation (34 percent) or ride with a partner (31 percent) are traveling, most are looking at when they are planning travel in the future, when everything will hopefully have returned to normal themselves.
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