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Globe Trotters Vote Japanese Food Third Most Popular Cuisine

31st July 2012 13:24

A survey of more than 27,000 frequent travellers by has found that Japanese food is gaining in favour internationally amongst cosmopolitan palates. Although globe trotters still rate Italian (32%) and French (24%) cuisine as top, this is now closely… Read more...

Poll Suggests Football Talk Considered 'Uninteresting' By Majority

6th July 2012 15:50

The results of a YouGov poll of almost 1,800 people suggest that not only is football talk uninteresting for the majority of people in England but can also be considered rude. In total, the poll suggested that the majority (56%) were uninterested in football… Read more...

Survey Finds Britons Opting for Local Holidays to Stretch their Budgets Further

22nd June 2012 17:06

A poll of over 2,500 Britons by car hire comparison website has uncovered the rising trend of many people choosing to holiday in the UK and Ireland over going abroad. Nearly a third of the survey respondents are now opting for the UK and… Read more...

Cost of Living Survey Shows Priciest Cities in the World for Expats

6th July 2012 16:37

Mercer's latest Cost of Living Survey has uncovered the most expensive cities in the world for expatriates according to current statistics. Spanning 214 cities across the globe and with New York used as a yardstick, the survey found Tokyo is still the… Read more...

Market Research Finds Many Tourists to Avoid High Hotel Prices during Olympics

22nd June 2012 11:36

Internet hotel booking service JacTravel have conducted an online survey which shows that many tourists are actually put off by the upcoming Olympics - one-third of London hotel rooms remain unsold for the summer, which represents a 35% downturn compared… Read more...

Poll Shows Beach Holiday Abroad 25 Percent Cheaper than London during Olympics

22nd June 2012 11:38

A poll of more than 2,000 adults by M&S Money has found that many Britons plan beach getaways during the first week of the Olympics as opposed to staying in London. This decision will see people saving 25% - while a beach trip to popular overseas destinations… Read more...

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