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25 results for keyword:holidays by Dutch people

More and more Dutch holidaying in Germany

Dutch holidaymakers have been increasingly travelling to Germany in recent years. Sauerland and the Eifel region are particularly popular holiday destinations.

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Holiday groceries relatively cheap in Spain

Out of the five most visited holiday destinations, Spain is the cheapest for holidaymakers who buy their own groceries.

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Number of Dutch holidaymakers reaches low point in Q2

The number of Dutch people who went on holiday in the second quarter of 2020 was 65 percent lower than in the same period last year.

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Household consumption further in decline

Household spending on goods and services was 2.1 percent down in March 2012 on March 2011. Consumer spending has been continuously in decline since the summer of 2011. The decrease in March was more...

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Dutch are regular online shoppers

Last year, 7.5 million Dutch people in the age category 16–74 bought one or more articles online. Together with Denmark and the United Kingdom (UK), the Netherlands tops the EU list.

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Fewer domestic and more foreign holidays last year

Large numbers of Dutch went on holiday last year, despite the economic recession. The number of long holidays remained fairly stable. More long holidays were spent abroad, but the number of domestic...

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More over-55s on holiday

The number of holidaymakers aged 55 and older has risen from 2.8 million in 2002 to 3.5 million in 2012 as the post-war baby boomer generation is ageing. These over-55s tend to go on holiday more...

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Dutch spent to the tune of 15 billion euro on holidays last year

Altogether, Dutch tourists took more than 36 million holidays last year. They spent 15 billion euro; over 12 billion euro was spent on holidays abroad.

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Food is relatively cheap in the Netherlands

Food is slightly cheaper in the Netherlands than the EU average. Cigarettes cost slightly more and alcohol slightly less than the EU average.

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Holidays popular with Europeans

Europeans like going on holiday. Dutch people aged 15 years and older, for example, went on holiday an average 1.4 times in 2007.

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Dutch spend nearly 16 billion euros on holidays in 2012

The Dutch population spent a total of nearly 16 billion euros on holidays last year, of which 12.9 billion on foreign holidays. Most holidays are spent outside the Netherlands, but the number of...

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Holidays 2007: more often and further away

In 2007, the Dutch spent 22.4 million long holidays in the Netherlands and abroad, three times as many as in 1969. Compared to 1969, the Dutch more often go on holiday.

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Less skiing and more hiking during winter sports

Austria is the most popular winter sports destination, skiing the main activity. More people go hiking in the snow.

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Half as many Dutch holidaymakers in March 2020

The number of Dutch people going on holiday in March 2020 was down by 1.7 million relative to the same month last year.

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Sustained growth number of e-shoppers in 2010

E-shopping is still gaining popularity. Last year, 9.3 million people bought goods and services over the Internet.

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Hotel holidays gaining popularity

Eight in ten Dutch take a holiday at least once a year. The number of (online) hotel reservations through travel agencies is increasing.

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Online shopping continues to increase

The number of people in the Netherlands buying goods and services online continues to increase. In 2013, 10.3 million people aged 12 to 74 years said they buy goods or services online. Holidays and...

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More than 1 million Dutch holidaymakers travelled to winter sports resorts last year

Altogether, 1.051 million Dutch tourists travelled to winter sports resorts in the winter season of 2012. Only long holidays (4 or more overnight stays) are taken into account. The average duration...

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Six in ten e-shoppers book their holidays directly online

This year, nearly six in ten e-shoppers booked their trips and holidays directly online. Trips and accommodations are most frequently bought online.

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