At the Start of the travel season, nine out of ten German citizens expect the pleasure of a clouded holiday. Overall, every third expects "strong" (22 percent) or "very severe limitations" (11 percent) of its often the most beautiful time of the year. A survey conducted by the opinion research Institute YouGov on behalf of the German press Agency revealed. That your holiday will be restricted due to the Corona-crisis "something", expected, a majority of 54 percent of respondents want to go on vacation. A holiday, as in normal times, 9 percent expect after all. For some of the previous plans seems to have been knocked over - just before the start of the holidays - again.
mask duty in trains and planes, one-way streets-rules and seat the traffic lights on ferry, a distance of rules on beaches and in Restaurants, a vaporised leisure program in tourist resorts - the holiday 2020 will feel for many different than usual. Nevertheless: "For me, the joy outweighs the stress on the holiday and vacation time," reports a 14 percent increase over their personal mood. "I'm elated and can't wait for the holidays all of the time", say 4 percent.
A third plans to travel abroad
"I am not this year at all in the holiday mood," replies, however, more than every third Respondent (35 percent). From "mixed emotions" 22 percent of those who want to take a vacation.A similarly lush holiday as in previous years, 18 percent expect. "This year I have major holiday plans as in previous years," say 5 percent. Smaller vacation plans than the last, every Fifth (21 percent). 51 percent of all respondents say to have this year, no vacation plans.
those who are planning a vacation, want to travel, 36 percent in Germany, 30 per cent - in spite of the Corona in the course of the year abroad. Within the Region, 11 per cent want to travel, vacation home plan 20 percent.
The Easter holiday period fell due to Corona this year completely. Many use the summer time to travel, in order to compensate for the failed spring vacation? Yes, says around one in five who is planning a holiday. 14 percent want to "do something bigger" holiday, 5 percent, which is a "significantly larger". You don't want to compensate for the failed Easter trip with a longer or more expensive vacations, say 79 percent of.
restrictions dull the mind
it should be in many places due to Corona is less tourist and gastronomic offers, as usual, spoils the mood for some. "Rather negatively" to find the 26 percent "very negative" to say a further 10 per cent. Nearly a third (29 per cent) of the respondents sees less tourist activities than usual "rather positive" or even "very positive" - after all, this is likely to bring less hustle and bustle in the resorts with.Date Of Update: 25 June 2020, 08:20