Alltours expects 25 percent more holiday guests in winter

Willi Verhuven (Photo: Alltours).
Willi Verhuven (Photo: Alltours).

Alltours expects 25 percent more holiday guests in winter

Willi Verhuven (Photo: Alltours).
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The tour operator Alltours expects an increase in guests of over 2022 percent for the 23/25 winter season compared to the pre-crisis winter of 2019/20.

“Our customers’ desire to travel is unbroken. After two difficult years, we feel that we have a lot of catching up to do, and this will continue in the coming winter season. We expect a significant increase in bookings for all travel destinations, especially for long-distance travel,” says Alltours owner Willi Verhuven. In the current financial year, the tour operator has already exceeded the pre-crisis level of 2019/20. In the current summer season, an increase of 10 percent in guests and an increase in sales of over 20 percent can be recorded.

The increased demand is evident both for package tours and for individual trips with your own journey. If you already have a travel destination in mind for the winter, you should definitely book early. Despite the more difficult economic conditions, prices have so far risen only moderately by an average of 3 percent. “It pays off to book early when demand is expected to increase. At the same time, you also benefit from attractive early booking offers,” advises Verhuven. A booked trip can be canceled free of charge up to 14 days before departure. The tour operator offers this service at no extra charge.

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