According to the new Holiday Spending Report from Post Office Travel Money, 80% of UK holidaymakers now rate their safety abroad as the single most important factor in holiday destination choice.
The latest Holiday Confidence Index for Spring 2016 from First Rate Exchange Services reveals an encouraging stability in consumers’ appetite for overseas travel in the year ahead, despite the impact of the weaker pound on their pockets, the ongoing threat posed by terrorist attacks and a sharp fall in confidence about the UK economy.
According to new research from CruiseDeals.co.uk, it is cheaper to go on a round-the-world cruise than it is to live in London.
More than a quarter of Brit’s heading abroad this year are planning on spending more on their holidays this year compared to last, with 27% intending on splashing more of their hard earned cash on foreign holidays, reveals On the Beach.
Experts from Gocompare.com travel insurance are warning that millions of holidaymakers are taking an unnecessary gamble with their holiday costs by forfeiting valuable cancellation cover.
British travellers are completely divided in their acceptance of robots being used in the travel and tourism industry, according to a new study on the global acceptance of robots and artificial intelligence by Travelzoo.
Momondo’s international survey, which questioned 29,000 people globally, with 1,013 being Brits, found that only 50% of Brits budget for the total amount they can spend - both on the booking phase and during their holiday.