Two-thirds of Hungarians don't travel on holiday
Two-thirds of Hungarians did not travel on holiday last year because they could not afford to, a survey by Eurobarometer shows.
The percentage edged down from 68% in the previous year.
Among other European Union member states, the percentage was higher only in Bulgaria (71%) and Greece (70%). In the EU as a whole, 72% of citizens travelled on holiday in 2011 and 80% plan to travel on holiday this year.
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