Survey: Half of the Viking holiday goes on the Easter holidays – Working Life


55 per cent of the population are out on the Easter holidays this year, and most of us don't go long. 78 per cent of those on holiday intend to spend the Easter holidays in Norway.

He appears in a survey carried out on behalf of the NHO Reiseliv by Kantar TNS.

There are very few trips

– For most Vikings, there is still a Pass in the country of homeland that is a royal winner, according to Kristin Krohn Devold's director in the NHO Reiseliv.

Furthermore, 10 per cent answer the introduction of the Easter holidays in Sweden, while 12 per cent of people spend the Easter holidays in Europe and only a hundred per cent of them spend the Easter holidays in Europe. T three per cent left outside the borders of Europe.

Most people are in Norway between 45-49 who get a holiday this year. Previously, most people aged 30 to 44 had the majority of their Easter holidays.

rural tourism

At the same time, the study shows that the dream of the wet cabbage is still very real indeed. Six out of ten holidaymakers in Norway are planning to sit down on a holiday cottage.

– It is enjoyable and confirms that the classical Easter Mountain is still an Easter dream, saying Devold.

The Easter plans are somewhat different depending on where you live. There are many holidaymakers in Oslo and Akershus and eastern parts of Norway in other regions. At the same time, Oppland is the county where most of the Vikings used to experience it if they had to choose where they would spend the Easter holidays.

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