New survey reveals just how much social media impacts travel choices

The Star Online | April 15, 2019

New survey reveals just how much social media impacts travel choices
The results of a new survey show that of a handful of countries, holidaymakers from Italy are most likely to choose their vacation destination based on how good the photos will make them appear on Instagram.That's according to a poll conducted for online travel agency eDream.net, which surveyed 8,000 people in Germany, France, Spain, the UK, Portugal, Italy and the US on how social media influences their travel plans. At 58%, Italian travelers are most likely to book their vacation destination based on its "Insta-worthiness" or how good their travel photos will look on Instagram.Italians came out in front over Spaniards (55%) and Americans (52%). The country that remains relatively impervious to the pressures of social media? The UK, where only 14% said they care about their destination's social media impact.

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