Most Hungarians are cautious when it comes to planning their holidays after the lifting of coronavirus-related border restrictions, a survey released by Netrisk.hu on Friday shows.
Fifty percent of respondents in the survey of 6,000 people said they have postponed their next holiday to the late summer or autumn and 18 percent plan to defer their trip to next year. Fifty-six percent said they would travel within the country’s borders.
More than half of respondents planning a holiday abroad have chosen Croatia or Austria as a destination, and none plan to travel outside Europe, Netrisk said.
featured image: the Austrian border in April (illustration); via István Filep/MTI