Americans taking more vacations, but spending less, survey finds

June 8, 2017 Sightseers’ Delight

More Americans are planning to take a summer vacation, but the length of those vacations and overall budgets will decline. That’s the upshot of a new survey conducted by Generali Global Assistance. Some of the survey’s top findings: 66 percent of Americans plan to travel this summer, up five percentage points from 2016 Americans will go on vacation this summer for an average of 1.4 weeks, down from 1.7 weeks last year U.S. travelers are dropping their budgets

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