German Travel Consumer 2018: Outbound and Domestic Travel Patterns

| April 21, 2018

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German travel consumers are set to spend more than €130 billion on leisure travel in 2018 in a market that is going from strength-to-strength. Download the free report excerpt now to understand the international and domestic travel markets.German travel consumers are set to spend more than €130 billion on leisure travel in 2018 in a market that is going from strength-to-strength.

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