Reiseanalyse

The Reiseanalyse is a national survey which records and describes the holiday travel behaviour of the German-speaking population resident in Germany.

Within the scope of the Reiseanalyse, more than 12,000 population-representative interviews are conducted in Germany. Of these, 7,500 are face-to-face interviews lasting around one hour and 5,000 online. The Reiseanalyse survey has been carried out yearly since 1970.

All important information on the upcoming Reiseanalyse 2019 can be found in our information flyer.

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Thematic modules

The Reiseanalyse sets annually changing focal points and examines current questions of tourism our the so-called modules. Whether on the information and booking behaviour of travellers, the image of destinations or the requirements of different forms of holiday – there is something for everyone in Reiseanalyse.

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Publications

The Forschungsgemeinschaft Urlaub und Reisen e.V. publishes current results of the Reiseanalyse on a regular basis in order to share our findings with the public.

In our free brochure “First results” and the “Summary report of the Reiseanalyse” you will find all relevant information about the travel behaviour of the German population. A “Reiseanalyse trend report” is also published regularly and investigates on the most likely developments of travel behaviour in the coming years.

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Events

The Reiseanalyse team and our partners and customers regularly present key findings of the Reiseanalyse at events, conferences and other tourism industry events.

Once a year, customers, partners and members of FUR e.V. meet for the evaluation conference, an exclusive Reiseanalyse event. Find out more about our upcoming events here.

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Press and news

Here you will find information about the RA-Newsletter, media reports about the RA, upcoming events and our contact information for press inquiries.

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About us

The Forschungsgemeinschaft Urlaub und Reisen e.V. (FUR) was established in the summer of 1994 as an association of research users. It conducts cross-sector, objective and continuous surveys on travel behaviour.

The Reiseanalyse is the longest-standing and most comprehensive survey on holiday travel behaviour in Germany.

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