Booking.com highlights travelers’ hope and optimism for resumption of stays

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After a year of restrictions, the introduction of the vaccine has revived the hopes and expectations of travelers around the world. This is what a new study showed, in which more than 28,000 people from 28 countries and regions participated.

Paris, April 7, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The past year, which has characterized COVID-19 and its impact on our daily lives, has been one of the toughest years we’ve faced. But while we haven’t stopped working yet, a new study shows that the desire to explore the world hasn’t receded.

Booking.com, the leading online travel platform, today revealed the results of a study it conducted on more than 28,000 travelers in 28 countries and territories *. When it is possible Travel safely again, Booking.com’s mission is to make exploring the world a gateway for everyone, with an eye on travelers’ hopes.

The arrival of vaccines is fueling travelers’ optimism

Even if tourists know that the epidemic has not yet lagged behind, half of French travelers (50%) are optimistic about the idea of ​​travel in 2021. A renewed hope is especially due to the continuous work of medical teams and scientists around the world, and the spread of COVID-19 vaccines. More than half (56%) say the travel restrictions in 2020 have made them want to explore more parts of the world in 2021.

Vaccine confidence is very strong: 46% of French travelers say they will not travel abroad until they are vaccinated, and this percentage rises to 59% for those over the age of 55. In addition, 47% of the French only plan to travel to countries that have established a vaccination program. Even so, some people remain hesitant: 46% are not convinced the vaccine will allow them to travel with peace of mind.

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Travel priority after the pandemic

Although the trend is optimistic, many French travelers admit that the inability to travel in 2020 has had an impact on their well-being. For 61% of the French surveyed, travel is now of greater importance than it was before the pandemic.

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* Survey commissioned by Booking.com and conducted with a group of adults who are planning to travel within the next 12 months. A total of 28,042 people were interviewed from 28 countries and territories (including 1,003 in Argentina, 1,002 in Australia, 1,000 in Brazil, 1,001 in Canada1,000 in China, 1002 in Colombia, 1001 in Croatia, 1003 in Denmark, 1002 in France, 1005 in Germany, 1004 Hong Kong1,000 in India, 1002 in Israel, 1,000 in Italy, 1,000 in Japan, 1002 in Mexico, 1,000 in the Netherlands, 1,000 in New Zealand, 1003 in Russia, 1,000 Singapore, 1003 in South Korea, 1005 in Spain, 1001 in Sweden and 1,000 Tauan, 1003 in Thailand, 1,000 in the United Kingdom, 1,000 in the US, and 1,000 in Vietnam). Respondents completed an online survey in January 2021.

** Survey requested by Booking.com and conducted with a group of partner properties. A total of 3,491 people were interviewed from 20 countries and territories (including 86 in Australia, 85 in Austria, 177 in Brazil, 12 in China, 212 in Croatia and 395 in France296 in Germany, 136 in Greece, 109 in India, 69 in Indonesia, 492 in Italy, 79 in Japan, 55 in Mexico, 120 in Poland, 96 in Portugal197 in Russia, 353 in Spain, 65 in Thailand, 218 in the United Kingdom and 241 in the United States). Respondents completed an online survey in February 2021.

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About Booking.com:

Booking.com is part of Booking Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ: BKNG) works every day to make exploring the world within everyone’s reach. To fulfill this mission, the company invests in technology and thus provides millions of travelers with unforgettable experiences, ideal transportation options and fantastic accommodations (homes, hotels, and more). Booking.com is one of the largest travel platforms in the world and caters to large groups as well as individuals. It allows organizations of all sizes around the world to reach international clients and grow their businesses. Booking.com is available in 44 languages ​​and offers more than 28 million properties, including over 6.4 million homes, apartments and other unique accommodations. Whatever your destination and preferences, Booking.com simplifies your travels and guarantees 24/7 assistance.

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