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Eurozone 'still popular' with holidaymakers

28 July 2009 07:43

Eurozone 'still popular' with holidaymakers

Destinations should as Corfu, Rome and Ibiza are increasingly popular among those taking holidays in Europe, it has been noted.

Figures from the Travelnomics UK Quarterly Industry Insight Q2, conducted by, showed that such areas all saw a rise in popularity during the last quarter.

Commenting after the findings were revealed, editor of Sharron Livingston commented that Greece, Italy and Spain have "always been top of the pops" for tourists.

The survey showed that Corfu in particular saw a surge in popularity, with the island seeing a 100 per cent increase in searches.

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And according to Ms Livingston, all three of the popular places can give Brits a great holiday.

She noted that Rome is good for culture vultures, where as Corfu can give tourists a "sleep easy style" break.