British travellers are intending to travel abroad more often next year compared with 2009, a survey from Travelzoo has discovered.

A poll carried out by Travelzoo has revealed that 55 per cent of Brits aim to travel more in 2010 than they did this year.

Two thirds (66 per cent) of respondents said that they will be taking one or two holidays in 2010, while 31 per cent intend to take three or more breaks next year.

Of those planning trips, 76 per cent said they plan to take a short break before May.

Joel Brandon-Bravo, managing director of Travelzoo UK, commented: “We’re very pleased to see that our UK subscribers are upbeat about their plans for 2010. [They] clearly see travel as a must do element of their lives.”

The poll also found that three quarters of trips will be to destinations outside of the UK.

Holidaymakers looking for inspiration may decide to follow the crowds to South Africa this summer during the World Cup, which kicks off on June 11th in Johannesburg.

Written by Alex Cochrane

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