20. 06. 12. - 16:59
Study says a good holiday depends on travelling companions
With the holiday season rapidly approaching a new study reveals that the majority of Viennese believe who they go on holiday with is much more important than the destination.
Of those polled 79 per cent believe it is more important who they spend their holidays with than where they spend their holidays. Men were more particular, 84 per cent of men say the holiday partner is the most important factor whereas 74 per cent of women believe it is the most important factor.
And 39 per cent of Viennese prefer to holiday with their partner, while 29 per cent take children or other family with them.
The study also looked at the most common reasons for conflict on holiday. 47 per cent said the most common reason for conflict was varying desires on holiday such as wanting to see different things and visit different places. 42 per cent said irritating habits such as untidiness or not being punctual caused conflicts. 20 per cent of those asked said they never have conflict while on holiday.
The study is based on the results of 300 Viennese people’s answers to a survey.