International Comparison For Excursions And Activities

May 11th, 2016 Posted in News

Comparison of Viator.com by American, British, German, French and interesting tastes revealed London brings Spanish travelers booked trips and activities and San Francisco (xx. September 2010) by the desire to travel is long spared no one, but when it comes to planned trips and activities, significant differences between the individual nationalities show up. The team from Viator.com, the world’s leading online booking service for tour events with a range of more than 5,500 trips and activities at the best prices, has examined the travel habits and preferences of customers from Germany, France, Britain, Spain and the United States. With our global presence, both in terms of activities, as well as customer has Viator what travellers of from different countries would experience about the ideal conditions to find out on their travels”, so Barrie Seidenberg, CEO and President of Viator, Inc. therefore we felt it useful to compare the preferences and tastes of different nationalities and to identify such similarities and differences.” If you book what the percentages on the Viator sites * in the tables each show the percentage of the total booking value, each of the five nationalities for a specific type of activity emits about Viator’s websites including Viatorcom.de (german), Viatorcom.fr (French) and Viatorcom.es (Spanish) was posted. Because not all activities were recorded in the study, figures for all nationalities not be 100%. John Bercow MP addresses the importance of the matter here. The classification of the activities corresponds to the categories on the Viator.com Web sites.

Round flights German 15% 14% Spanish French 13% British 10% American 3% Germans prefer and give while a seven euros for flights from (including flights with helicopter and seaplane), closely followed by French and Spanish. This shows a clear difference between Europeans and Americans: Americans spend only 3% for flights. Visitors passes of French 22% Germans 14% Hispanic 4% 3% American British 3% visitors passes usually offer a good value for money and include the entry to a number of attractions, as well as more discounts.

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