Vacation Planning? Do Smaller Trips
Now more than ever, we see, to yearn for quick, bite-sized experiences to keep up with our fast-paced lifestyles, and travel is apparently no exception.
9 out of 10 of people asked said they'd rather take a bunch of short trips rather than one long one.
The top three reasons are: They're less stressful to plan . . . they're cheaper . . . and it lets people travel more often.
"We love that people are becoming more flexible when it comes to booking travel, and that travelers are getting more comfortable with the idea that you don't have to plan in advance to save money, since the opposite it true!" said Neha Parikh, president, Hotwire.
That's why the goal of our Make it a Quickie campaign is to share with more people how simple it is to get away on an unexpected, amazing trip, for much less than they thought."
For more information on Hotwire's campaign on how to "Make it a Quickie," or to view the complete city index and custom itineraries, visit quickie.hotwire.com.