Family Holiday Insider: a report on family travel trends
This travel report provides families, holiday-home owners and journalists with local industry insights, trends and price developments, helping them find the right place for the right budget to make travelling together more enjoyable. It also discloses what holidaymakers want and expect from their holiday and how holiday-home owners can adapt to those expectations to help families build unforgettable memories to last a lifetime.
Read what HomeAway’s president Jeff Hurst has to say about the industry, HomeAway’s commitment to travelling families and his personal passion about the holiday rental industry. As a father of two children and a holiday homeowner himself, he knows what is important for a perfect family holiday of a lifetime and a for a holiday homeowner to be successful in the rental industry. The Family Holiday Insider is filled with valuable insights, travel trends and price developments to help make this happen.
This section provides insights into current family travel trends including information on who they travel with, where they travel to and what they look out for in their ideal holiday accommodation. But it also takes a deeper dive into the more emotional aspect of family travel by analysing the benefits of seeing the world with loved ones, how exploring new cultures impacts a child’s development or how these shared adventures strengthen the family bonds. It closes with some fun facts around European family travellers, including tips on what to do, see and even eat.
This section shows the actual prices paid by Vrbo UK holidaymakers per person per night for staying in a Vrbo property around the world. There’s comprehensive information on price changes in their favourite destinations, where to find the best value for their travel budget and which hotspots are currently on trend at home and abroad. Property owners and potential owners can even discover the locations with the highest earning potential and which nationalities are prepared to spend the most on their accommodation.