Hamburg, November 3rd, 2021 – Sauna, bubble bath, listening to the crackle of the fireplace: It’s the most fun when it’s really cold outside. Accordingly, many tourists are also drawn to Denmark in winter. DanCenter provides an insight into the current booking figures and reveals what is particularly important to German holidaymakers.
Vacation destination in demand
Denmark was already extremely popular with German tourists in the summer. And the trend continues in the fall and winter. 85 percent of German DanCenter guests vacationing in November or December travel to Denmark. Overall, Germans make up the majority of Denmark tourists: 52 percent of DanCenter Denmark bookings are made by German guests. Compared to the previous year’s period in 2019 – before Corona – bookings of German DanCenter guests traveling to Denmark have increased by 19 percent. Denmark bookings for 2022 are also already well underway at DanCenter. Visit Denmark also shared some insights recently: overall, the analysis sees a normalization and stabilization of travel appetite and a return to pre-Covid travel patterns of Germans.
Holidaymakers attach great importance to this
Vacation homes are particularly popular with tourists to Denmark: 55 percent prefer a vacation home as their accommodation. For 20 percent of German guests, it is crucial that their accommodation is nice and cozy, this was determined by OYO Vacation Homes, the vacation home rental group to which DanCenter also belongs, in a large survey among its guests.
Activity house on the island of Rømø, southern North Sea, Denmark
Sauna, bubble bath, wood stove: this vacation home offers everything to relax on cold winter days after a long walk. Entertainment is also well provided for: a pool table, foosball, darts and some fitness equipment provide plenty of variety.
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