Travel Destinations For British People In 2020 Now Revealed10/10/2019
Over the past few centuries British people have earned a good reputation for travelling across the globe. This year 2019 was a booming year for the British travel and tourism industry. There are counties where British people likely to travel in 2020 are now available.
According to a latest data from the ABTA, reveals the travel preferences for the British People in 2019 and 2020. This data provides more useful information about where Britons visited mostly during last 12 months also for the next 12 months.
There are “Top 5 UK holidaymaker destinations” where Britons visited mostly during past 12 months.
However, there are new countries on the list for the upcoming 12 months or for the year of 2020.
In 2019, British people mostly visited in Spain – 38%, France – 23%, USA – 18%, Italy – 17% and Germany – 15%. On the other hand, in 2020 the British people are highly likely to travel in Spain – 28%, USA – 19%, France – 16%, Italy – 15% and Greece – 13%.
As far as, the data reveals Spain remains at the top position for 2019 and 2020. This country is on the trending list for British people.
While, on the 2nd spot France was the trending destination in 2019, likely to loose its position to the USA in 2020. The USA is set to become 2nd in 2020 and France on the 3rd position.
Meanwhile, Italy was the most trending trending tourist destination for a British national in 2019. There are plenty of reasons to visit Italy in 2019.
Also this beautiful Mediterranean country was on the 4th position in 2019. It will likely to remain at the same spot in the 2020 as well.
The Italian capital city of Rome was the most cheapest city to visit in Europe during 2019.
Likewise, other destinations Germany came on the 5th spot in 2019. This is likely to change in 2020, where Britons are most likely to travel in Greece.
You can also find more in-depth information from ABTA’s report from here.
It is highly likely that the Britain is set to leave the European Union soon. Once it leaves the union, a British national may need to apply for ETIAS visa waiver to travel.
Moreover, a British national can still travel any EU nations even after the country leaves the EU.
Also, over the last three decades was a booming genration for the British travel industry. During, this period Britons travelled mostly different corners of the earth.