A shift in priorities for UK staycation goers has seen 29% of Brits place walking and hiking routes as their most important factor when booking a getaway.
- Mental Health & Well-Being
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- Society & Culture
Comparethemarket shows a 52% increase in searches for long-haul holiday destinations over the last 12 months.
As people start looking for no- and low-alcohol alternatives to their traditional drinks, it is important to understand this gap in the market.
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Brits gain a thirst for alcohol, with more than half stating that summer is the most popular time of year for drinking.
With the school summer holidays in full swing, families up and down the country are preparing to jet off around the world.
Alcohol has become an entwined aspect of many trips, offering holiday-goers a break from daily life and a sense of relaxation.