In the EU in 2017, 50% of internet users said that they booked their holiday accommodation or travel via the internet. This share was highest among internet users in Luxembourg (73%), Finland (65%) and Germany (64%). Booking holiday accommodation or travel via the internet was less common among internet users aged 16 to 24 (41%) and older users aged 65 to 74 (47%). Internet bookings were most popular among those aged 25 to 34 (55%).
A summary of the discussion on the Finnish Presidency priorities is now available.
The plan is vital for efforts to transition towards clean, inclusive and safe transport in the Portuguese region.
It’s World Youth Skills Day! To celebrate, let’s take a look at how the EU’s Programme for the Competitiveness of SMEs (COSME) is helping young people improve their skills and become more competitive on the job market.
Brussels, 9 July 2019.
Such a cumulative right to reimbursement would lead to an unjustified overcompensation of passengers to the detriment of the air carrier.
Have you ever wondered who visits your country or where your fellow citizens prefer to go on holiday?
You can find the answers in our updated data visualisation, which provides you with a colourful and easily understandable overview of tourism in the EU Member States and EFTA countries in 2017.
The agenda includes items related to energy & climate, digital, transport and internal market policy.
In 2017, EU residents made 1.3 billion trips with overnight stays that amounted to almost 6.4 billion nights. The average trip length was 5.1 nights. Compared with 2016, the number of tourism trips by EU residents increased by 4%. Three quarters (73%) of all trips were spent within the country of residence (domestic trips), while one quarter (27%) were abroad (outbound trips), of which 21% to other EU countries and 6% to destinations outside the EU.