63 percent of Germans Act on holiday regularly London/Berlin, February 2, 2009 if the new economy in Germany is only due to the economic crisis, is not sure. But the fact is that nearly two-thirds of Germans on vacation are to traders and trying to push fixed prices. So are the Germans according to a pan-European survey by Hotels.com. only European mediocrity. Favorite bargain object is clothes. Britain is the country of the bargainers Britons are the biggest bargainers of Europe.
76 percent, the usually restrained nation characterized as particularly feilschen happy. By skillful price negotiations, the British holidaymakers thus saved 34 EUR from the travel budget last year per capita. On the heels of feilschende tourists from Scandinavia, are followed closely all the Sweden (73 percent), the British by the Norwegians (72%) and the Danes (66 percent). 64 percent of the French can play their charm even in the negotiation of prices, while 61 percent of Spaniards are trying with the haggling a particularly cheap travel deals to make. The Irish, with 56 per cent are bottom of the statistics. German bargain always and everywhere with 63 percent of regular holiday bargainers Germany placed in the middle of the European filing shear list. However, the German in the negotiation of the individual Schnappchens is particularly committed. Because he tries his bargainers luck wherever you go.
Tourists from Germany Act (90 percent) and Morocco (80 percent) preferred destinations, which are known for their bargaining culture, such as Egypt. Generally speaking, though, any price seems to be everywhere negotiable for German tourists. Also in destinations where you are already cheap prior to on-site services, he tried it with price negotiations. 62 percent and 45 percent respectively have turned at least once in Thailand and Malaysia at the price screw. Also, Spain, the United States, France and even Germany are not safe from the bargain hunters. Practice makes however still no filing shear master: despite the strong commitment is Total profit during a holiday at 86 percent of the haggling Germans under ten euros. About bargain Feilsches-lust”Germany is favorite object of filing shear desire clothing. Whether in the market or in the business, 75 percent of Germans have acted at least once to the price for a piece of clothing. 54 percent to engage for souvenirs on a heated discussion with the locals. Who’s driving the taxi, tried just as his talent in action (46 percent), active leisure at prices for diving, camel riding and other leisure activities (20 percent). Even before hotels German tourists bargain hunting does not stop. Here leads the traveller to the most common negotiations on the Bill of the minibar (19 percent), the food at the restaurant (16 percent), as well as drinks at the hotel bar (five percent). About Hotels.com, Hotels.com’s global hotel portfolio includes 80,000 quality hotels. A customer finds the same booking at another provider competitive rates, refund the Hotels.com Differential amount. In addition, Hotels.com has one of the largest independent hotel teams in the industry to deliver an objective description of the hotels bookable on Hotels.com. Travelers can book online at or via the telephone hot