Published on Monday, December 31, 2018

One in four Brits will cut down on holidays in 2019 due to Brexit

One in four Brits will cut down on holidays in 2019 because of Brexit and more than a third won't be travelling abroad all year.

These were the findings of a survey of more than 2,000 people across the country by discount website VoucherCodes.

Over half (56%) think holidays will now be more expensive as a result of Brexit and 47% believe Brexit will make trips abroad more difficult.

But despite this 37% aspire to go on more holidays in 2019, with 40% planning to go on multiple trips around the UK and 34% expecting to travel abroad more than once over the course of the year.

The research revealed differences between millennials and Generation X (those over 45 years old).

While 48% of millennials plan on having more than one international holiday next year, 43% of Generation X will not leave the country.

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