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Short Breaks Replacing Longer Hols

By Paperstone on April 14, 2011 in Office & Personal Planning

the beateles – day tripperTwo separate studies suggest that Brits are moving away from traditional one- or two-week holidays.

A National Trust poll points to more holidaymakers taking multiple day trips – “daycations” – instead of longer breaks. According to its survey of 2,006 office workers, 48 percent said two-week holidays were too expensive and that the number of Brits taking a two-week holiday has decreased 18 percent in the past five years.

Conversely, figures suggest that holidays longer than two weeks are on the up as sales for 16-24 day car park sales have increased.


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