The epidemic is less of a barrier to holiday planning this year, financial constraint is more of concern; although a higher proportion of respondents are planning a holiday abroad than last year, the proportion of those planning a domestic trip of at least five days has not changed in a year, and the majority are planning a shorter holiday than that, according to a survey by K&H Bank.
A quarter of middle-aged people are planning a holiday abroad, 42% of 30–59-year-olds polled said they could afford a holiday of more than five days in Hungary, and 26% said they could not rule out a trip abroad. However, the majority do not expect to take a longer holiday, with 58% cancelling a trip due to lack of money.
The proportion planning a domestic holiday of five days or more is broadly the same as last year, with 26% also considering a holiday abroad, a ten-percentage point increase on last year.
However, the survey shows that the majority do not see a holiday of more than five days as realistic. 58% are forced to say no to a domestic trip, with three-quarters of those surveyed saying a trip abroad is not on the agenda due to lack of funds.
The survey also revealed that 32% of respondents say no to a holiday because they would spend their savings on something else.
This year, a relatively high number of respondents, 24%, said they were not sure they would have time for a long trip at all.
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