Like being in Poland May 1 is a day off in the Netherlands, but some offices and companies do not work there on May 4Memorial to the Dutch who died in the wars (Tottenham Herding) and on May 5, which is Liberation Day.
RDL journalists asked for five booking websites: Roombot, Netherhuis JNL, Mykasu and HISWA-Recron, and Center Parks, cottage rental prices, how many accommodations are in vacation hotels and camps.
The station’s findings show it Prices have risen by an average of a quarter compared to recent years. Demand is also increasing, which is associated with COVID-19 infection. The government recommends avoiding foreign tourism.
The first case of COVID-19 in the Netherlands was announced on February 27, 2020, and soon, on March 12, the government began to introduce increasingly stringent restrictions. Air traffic with some countries has been suspendedAnd many countries have introduced their own restrictions on the admission of foreign travelers.
Since April 28 this year. The government will ease controls related to the epidemic. The curfew order should be revoked and food gardens reopened, which is expected to have a positive impact on domestic tourism.
“During the tour, the lodges are almost full. The beach is especially popular,” said RDL Gerard Geelan of the University of Prada.
Despite the price increase There are practically no vacancies to book weekends in May. A roomboy spokesman said the station was full of jobs. Similarly only 3% is available in micas. Cottages for rent.
A report from the Netherlands Statistics Office (CBS) shows that Statistical national tourism goes on vacation 2.4 times a year And spends 21 days this way. CBS predicts that more Dutch people will spend the holidays in the country for fear of the corona virus. Analysts predict that this will have an impact on accommodation prices. “This is just the beginning, prices will continue to rise,” Geelan predicted.
Date of creation: April 25, 2021, 07:14
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