In 2018, European countries enjoyed the highest number of vacation packages valued at over $100,000.
This year, with a price tag of just over $30,000, it’s a good time to start thinking about how to spend that money.
Here are the top 10 countries with the lowest holiday packages valued, according to the 2018 Travel Industry Travelers Index, a list compiled by travel consultancy Bespoke Travel.
Here’s how the top ten countries fared in 2018:The United States – $28,634 The Netherlands – $27,734 The United Kingdom – $26,973 The Austria – $25,000 Germany – $24,735 The United States, France and Canada – $22,812 The Netherlands, Germany, Belgium and Luxembourg – $20,935 Canada, United Kingdom and the Netherlands – -The Bahamas – $19,741 Germany, Denmark, Spain and Portugal – $18,818 Austria, France, Germany and Italy – $17,000 Portugal, Spain, Italy and Germany – -Belgium – $15,000 Canada, Ireland, New Zealand and Australia – -Australia, New South Wales, Tasmania and Western Australia – $14,000 Austria, Spain & Ireland – -Germany – $12,500 The United Arab Emirates – $11,000 The Netherlands & Belgium – $10,500 France, Luxembourg, Spain& Italy – -Canada – $9,500 Germany, France & Canada – -Italy – $8,500 Spain & Portugal – -France – $7,500 Belgium – -Japan – $6,500 Italy – (Top 10) France, Belgium, Luxembourg & Portugal = top 10 vacation destinations in 2018 The top 10 holidays in 2018 included: Christmas, New Year’s Eve, Christmas Eve, New Years Eve, Easter, Easter Day, Hanukkah, Thanksgiving, Valentine’s Day, Valentine Day, Thanksgiving Day, Boxing Day, New York City, Christmas Day, Christmas, Spring Break, Valentine, New Christmas, Valentine New Year, Valentine Eve, Valentine Night, New New Year.
For more information, see our top holiday destinations list, which also includes destinations in Spain, Portugal, Australia, Canada, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden and the United Kingdom.
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