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Results of The Professor's Annual Travel Survey

Results of The Professor's Annual Travel Survey

Below are the results of our annual Traveling Professor survey.  What surprised us most was where travelers want to go.  Edinburgh and Scotland replaced old time favorites Italy and Paris as the preferred place to go. Our small group tour to Iceland and the Northern Lights is popular too.

Read on to find out more about what our travelers had to say:

What is your gender?

 

Female

86.91%

Male

13.09%

 

What is Your Age Range?

 

In my 30’s or younger

0.00%

In my 40’s

1.57%

In my 50’s

12.04%

In my 60’s

49.21%

In my 70’s

33.51%

In my 80’s or older

3.66%

 

Considering What You Know About Covid-19 and Travel, When Will You Start Feeling Comfortable About Traveling Internationally Again?

 

2nd Half of 2021

50.26%

2022

45.29%

2023 or Later

4.45%

Will Not Travel Internationally Again

0.00%

 

Which of the following Traveling Professor small group tours would you consider going on (multiple responses permitted)?

 

Edinburgh and the Scottish Highlands by Scenic Rail

38.78%

Northern Lights of Iceland Tour

34.99%

The Jewels of Northern Italy Tour

34.69%

Autumn in Montreal and Quebec by Scenic Train Tour

32.94

Copenhagen/Norway/Iceland by Rail & Ferry Tour

32.36%

Luxury Small Ship Cruise to Croatia and the Dalmatian Coast Tour

31.49%

Dublin and Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Coast Tour

31.49%

Burgundy Vineyards, Villages and Cities Tour

28.28%

Paris and Giverny, the Home of Monet Tour

26.24%

Paris and the Normandy Invasion Beaches Tour

23.32%

Christmas Markets of Montreal and Quebec City by Train Tour

22.74%

Peru/Machu Picchu/Amazon Jungle Tour

20.99%

Great American Experience: Hudson Valley & the Berkshires Tour

17.49%

None of These

  3.50%

 

Which new tours would you like to see The Professor offer (multiple responses permitted)?

 

The Glory of Central Europe (Vienna, Budapest, Prague)

39.07%

Spain:  Barcelona, Madrid, Seville, Granada

36.15%

Vancouver & The Canadian Rockies by Scenic Rail

35.28%

Paris and the Loire Valley by Luxury Canal Barge

29.74%

Christmas Markets of Austria and Bavaria

26.24%

Italy’s Friuli Region: Trieste and Surrounding Area

22.74%

Other

23.32%

I have no suggestions for new tours

   6.71%

 

 

What Type of Tour Do You Prefer?

 

Popular Destinations like Rome, Paris, London for example

23.03%

Smaller Cities and More “Off the Beaten Path” Destinations

76.97%

 

What is your preferred small group travel style?

 

4-Star and Better Luxury (about $4399+ per person for a 7-10 day trip)

18.08%

3-Star Deluxe (about $3499+ per person for a 7-10 day trip)

46.36%

Off Season Budget 2-Star ($2500+ per person for 6-7 days)

20.12%

 

On occasion, last minute travel opportunities arise.  Would you be willing to act quickly (within 90 days of departure) and decide to join us on a trip that appeals to you, provided there are no COVID-19 travel issues?

 

Yes

92.90%

No

7.10%

 

Join The Traveling Professor on an exciting small group tour.

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