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The British are staying home this summer

According to the survey conducted by the British group Travelodge, 65% of British people are planning to spend their summer vacations on their own territory this summer (as opposed to 41% last year), seriously favoring the national hospitality industry.

The "staycation" phenomenon, vacations at home, are experiencing a serious revival on the other side of the Channel. The Travelodge hotel group questioned 3 000 of its countrymen to learn about the travel trends next summer: two-thirds of people questioned do not intend to leave the territory, only 41% last year - in full Olympic swing.

Short urban trips are preferred by British tourists, before seaside vacations on the English coast. London is widely at the head of destinations that will benefit from this clientele influx, in front of Edinburgh (photo), the Lakes region and Cornwall. An inverted quartet in view of last year.

Based on an average budget of €475per trip, more than €14 billion will be injected into the British tourism economy next summer, to the great satisfaction of commercial accommodations and - consequently - the Travelodge group anticipates a good season after the relative flop in visitors during the London Olympics.

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