Holiday-starved Brits desperate for winter break, Lapland tops list
12 days ago - By Travel and Tourworld
Holiday-starved Brits are desperate for a winter break after missing out on foreign trips because of COVID-19 and Lapland is top of the list.
A poll of 2,000 people found that half didn't get the summer holiday they'd hoped for this year or last - and are hoping to make up for lost time.
Four in ten also claim they prefer a winter trip than one during summer months.
A further 45 percent like the idea of a “cosy” holiday, and 43 percent believe a snowy trip could help them get in the Christmas spirit.
Lapland in northern Scandinavia is the most desired destination, followed by the Christmas...
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