Britons Will Be Spending Their Summer Holidays In Blighty

Over one quarter of middle-class British families will spend their annual holiday they would usually take abroad in the UK, due to financial pressures.

Research was carried out in a survey of 2000 people in order to find out about peoples’ holiday plans. 28.0% of those surveyed said that they would not be taking a holiday at all this year.

The way in which people holiday is changing: Whereas people used to take two weeks off for their holiday abroad, people now tend to take single days off and stay near home. This trend may be linked to people wanting to be a constant presence in the office.

One problem that many holidaymakers find a real headache is overspending. All inclusive holidays are becoming more popular to avoid this problem. From summer 2012, the travel agent First Choice will only offer all inclusive holidays.

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