Britons shunning two-week holidays in favour of short breaks

September 3, 2017

ONS figures show UK residents are going on more but shorter holidays – with booze cruises becoming much less popular

Britons have ditched the traditional two-week holiday in favour of shorter breaks as no-frills airlines have taken off over the last 20 years, according to official figures that also confirm the demise of the booze cruise.

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Since the 1990s, we’re going on more holidays… but they’re shorter than they used to be https://t.co/ixX4S2GbdD pic.twitter.com/yPOMfwTgSy

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