French and Germans interested in by far the most favourable offers. Full day tours Spanish 28% of Americans 26% of British 17% German, 14% French 11% of all investigated nationalities spend more than 10% of their total expenditure on classic full day tours. They also make the largest share of expenditure in all categories from a testament to their popularity with the exploration of a destination. Both Spaniards as well as Americans spend more than a quarter of their activity budgets for day tours and show that their preference for the comfort that offers a fully organized day tour including travel guides, tickets and transportation. Multi-day tours American 4% Spanish 2% German 2% British 2% French 1% while multi-day tours make up only a relatively small proportion of expenditure for activities, are here as well as at the day trips Americans and Spaniards at the top of the list and drag it before when everything for them is organised. Musicals & shows French 6% Spanish 2% British 2% German 1% of Americans give 0.5% French 6% of the total booking value for musicals and performances from three times more than any other nationality, which was investigated from Viator.com.
This clearly shows the traditional preference of French culture, especially when compared to the Americans, whose Anteil is only 0.5%. Night tours of British 4% American, 3% Hispanic 3%, German 2%, French 2% British prefer to explore travel destinations at night. While they spend twice as much for nocturnal tours such as German or French. Sightseeing tours Americans 22% German 19% 17% French 13% Hispanic Britons 13% the classic tour, including City tours by bus, for example with a city break Paris, make up the second largest proportion of expenditure for all categories for all nationalities. Americans show the strongest preference for this type of activity with 22%. Hiking Spain 10% of Americans 9% British 4% German 4% of French people are 2% and 10% active hiking especially in Spanish popular, closely followed by Americans with 9%. French output with 2% at least for tours that include physical activity.
* Note: The data are based on the sales figures over a period of 12 months, to compensate for seasonal changes. Data were collected from July 2009 to June 2010 and come from all Viator sites. Viator Viator is one of the world’s leading online booking services for travel events and offers more than 5,500 tours, attractions and activities in over 450 destinations in 75 countries. Viatris spoke with conviction. In Viator (Latin for Traveller’) holidaymakers on a single Web site can and use of useful extras, including nearly 150,000 travel reports and photos, reviews on the basis of stars, featured travel options, and the Viator travel blog, plan, search and book excursions. Our in-house travel experts select only reputable and reliable tour operators on the ground, to ensure quality performance and service and last but not least the low price guarantee from Viator. Viator was founded in 1995 and sells products directly to customers about and global network with more than 1,000 partners, which include large hotel chains, airlines, online travel agencies, city-specific Web sites and others. Thanks to this wide range of corporate and partner sites including the seven Internet sites in European languages, Viator has monthly more than 2.5 million visitors.