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Loveholidays says more and more people are booking all-inclusive holidays for next year because of the uncertainty of Brexit, according to a survey.
More than 45% of people would consider a holiday outside the EU, in eastern Mediterranean and north Africa destinations such as Turkey, Tunisia, Morocco or Egypt. These areas are reporting a strong growth in interest and bookings with many well-known for their wide range of all-inclusive hotels.
All-inclusive holiday searches to Turkey are up 83% year on year and are up 20% year on year to Egypt. The appeal of all-inclusive holidays is even more popular in the face of Brexit particularly to millennials who are twice as likely to choose an all-inclusive break compared to the over 55s.
The top two concerns about holidays in the EU after Brexit are passport issues and the cost of a holiday because of the possible fall in the pound’s value against the euro.
Christian Armond from love holidays says: “With peak booking season for 2019 holidays around the corner, we are anticipating an increase in bookings for all-inclusive holidays. These holidays appeal in the current Brexit climate as there are no hidden extras with the cost of meals and drinks all included.”
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