Europeans changed their travelling habits this year by opting for safe destinations, including a stagnation in sun & beach holidays, while going on more city trips. European destinations had mixed results and welcomed fewer Asian visitors this year. However, after challenging times in 2016 prospects for 2017 look better. Those were some of the results of the 24th World Travel Monitor Forum in Pisa, Italy (November 3-4).
Double-digit growth in Asian outbound travel led by China - Asians head for the beaches
Sojerns Q3 Global Travel Insights report takes an in-depth look at the travel behaviors and preferences that defined this past quarter, and how they are shaping travel trends into Q4. The Asia-Pacific market is incredibly diverse, and weve uncovered the following for this quarter and what to look out for in the next.
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