Hungarians prefer vacationing on the beach

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Hungarians planning their summer vacations are longing for sandy beaches, or at least spending time on the banks of lakes and rivers, with the most popular destinations being Croatia, and Lake Balaton in Hungary, travelo.hu, the travel portal of online daily index.hu, found after surveying 2,300 Hungarians.

Although the majority of survey participants said they would like to visit sandy beaches, Croatia and Balaton are still popular choices despite the fact they are not known for their sandy beaches. Some 70% of the respondents, however, love spending their vacations near freshwater.

Approximately 70% would prefer to relax on a sandy beach, a little more than 10% like beaches with small rocks, while only 9.7% have a preference for grassy beaches. Poolside vacations and rocky beaches are the least popular among Hungarians.

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