What budget do you have for the holidays?

Going on vacation involves an economic outlay. Summer is the time of the year when you spend the most on leisure and it is necessary to make an expense budget beforehand, and comply with it, in order to be able to cope with the September cost later. According to the National Observatory of Outbound Tourism (ObservaTUR), Spanish spending this year has recovered 7.7% compared to last year, although it still falls 15% compared to 2018.

But, how much do Spaniards plan to spend on their vacations? According to the NC Report survey for LA RAZÓN, 6.5% of those interviewed have a budget of zero euros, 12.4% up to 500, 22.4% will invest between 501 and 1,000 euros, 24.2% between 1,001 and 1,500, and 16.7 % more than 1,500 euros. It should be noted that 17.5 percent of those surveyed have not been able to quantify their budget or have not answered the question.

By age groups, respondents who plan to invest the most funds are middle-aged. In this way, the money allocated to vacations is divided as follows. 3.6% of Spaniards between 18 and 34 have a budget of zero euros for the summer, the same as 5% of those between 35 and 54 years of age and 10.2% of those over 55 years of age.

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