Italians have waited two years to celebrate Christmas with their families, but they’re doing it wisely again. Compared to 2019, trips are decreasing and they prefer to stay with relatives and friends.
This is according to Federalberghi’s research, which indicates that over 14 million Italians will go on holiday, a number almost twenty percent less than two years ago. In particular, the association that brings together hoteliers announced: Italians prefer to travel around Christmas time and within borders: Only 5.4 percent will cross borders to spend the holiday outside the country.
Few will move New Year’swhen departures are down 48.2 percent and where only 3 percent will travel abroad.
Among the most popular travel destinations, depending on the season, mountains will come first, followed by cities other than residential and art cities
Total sales also fell by 19.6 percent.