Travelling nationally in 2020

Travelling nationally in 2020. Travelling has changed a lot in the last year because of COVID-19, but here are some national destinations Spanish travellers visited the most.

From people traveling wherever and whenever in the world that has now changed. With all the restrictions not many people are willing to take more time off work than necessary or people just may not want to risk travelling outside of their country.

Omio is a travel platform that allows travellers to book trains, buses and planes across all of Europe. The company offers its travellers more effectiveness, easier planning and better deals. The company will communicate the best and cheapest routes for the user. The company are very reliable and work to give you the best possible options.

A study carried out by Omio shows the travel data from 2019 and 2020, giving them information, that Spanish people are more likely to choose national destinations over international destinations.

Chipiona, a town in Cadiz was has been very popular recently, even more than Paris or Rome! Marbella was also a favourite for Spanish travellers, travelling nationally.

Berlin, Germany has a travel app for reserving bus tickets, train tickets and plane reservations. The study showed that COVID-19 had a significant effect on Germany, which could mean more people leaning towards national destinations rather than international.

The top twenty favourite national destinations between 2019 and 2020;

  • Madrid,
  • Malaga,
  • Seville,
  • Valencia
  • Barcelona,
  • Alicante,
  • Marbella,
  • Saragossa,
  • Bilba,
  • Chipiona,
  • Saint Sebastian,
  • Pamplona,
  • Segovia,
  • Matalascañas,
  • Almeria,
  • Sanlucar de Barrameda,
  • Pomegranate,
  • Conil de la Frontera,
  • Salamanca,
  • Pony.

Venice, Paris, Florence, and Rome become less popular than Spanish cities.

Madrid, Valencia and Bilbao manage to maintain the popularity of 2019 among Spanish travellers.

Marbella rises four positions compared to last year, above Bilbao and Zaragoza.

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