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In 40 Years, Americans Swapped the Florida Keys for Cancun in Vacation Hotspots – in 2056, Will the Constellations Be Top?

Travelex | February 17, 2016

Americans to spend $475bn on vacations in 2016 but still prefer tried-and-true locations and venues according to new Travelex research commissioned for its 40th anniversary Key findings: Americans set to spend $475bn on vacations in 2016 40 years ago, Americans' top vacation spot was Florida, with 6% spending their childhood holidays here 2016's vacation hotspot abroad is Mexico with 6% of Americans choosing it as their top choice for trips in 2016 29% of Americans dream vacation would be in space, particularly among young people with 43% of them wishing to visit the Moon, Mars and the stars When it comes to looking for vacation l...

Expedia’s 2015 Vacation Deprivation Study: American’s Still Leave Paid Vacation Days on the Table | November 16, 2015

Americans Given 15 Days Off and Take 11, Down from 2014; South Koreans Retain Ranking as World's Most Vacation Deprived Workers BELLEVUE, Wash., Nov. 16, 2015 --®, one of the world's largest full service online travel sites1, today released the results of the 2015 Vacation Deprivation® study, an annual study of vacation habits among 9,273 employed adults across 26 countries in Asia Pacific, Europe, North America and South America. This is the 15th year that Expedia has fielded this study. "We continue to find that Europe's attitudes towards vacation are overall much different than North American and ...

Luxury Link Conducts 2014 Luxury Travel Trends Survey

Luxury Link Travel Group | January 8, 2014

Over Half of Discerning Travelers Planning Multiple Trips Abroad this Year; Croatia and Portugal are Trending Destinations LOS ANGELES (January 9, 2014) – In a survey of more than 1,600 discerning travelers conducted by leading luxury travel website Luxury Link (, Croatia and Portugal were tabbed as up-and-coming destinations for 2014, while adventurous and foodie-focused vacations are being planned this year. Among global respondents - who each indicated their total annual household income is $100,000 or higher - 29.7% stated they are most interested in visiting Europe this year while 27.3% are Caribbean-bound. For...

The Staycation is Dead; Survey Finds 83% of Americans Will Vacation Away From Home This Year

The Priceline Group | August 15, 2013

NORWALK, Conn., Aug. 15, 2013 -- R.I.P, staycation. In a newly released survey, 83% of Americans said they intend to fly the nest and take a vacation away from home this year. The results are a marked departure from past years of increased economic uncertainty, when some surveys cited up to 30%*, even 50%** of Americans choosing to vacation close to home. These new findings were compiled from's (Nasdaq: PCLN) annual Summer Travel Survey, conducted earlier this year. "Staycations were popular between 2007 and 2010, when economic uncertainty had many Americans concerned about their finances and their jobs," said Priceline's ...

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