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.

First results of RA 2018

Germany is in a holiday mood. In 2017, around 77% of the population made at least one holiday trip lasting 5 days or more, and the outlook for 2018 is also bright. For the first[…]

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Summary of the Reiseanalyse

The Summary of the Reiseananlyse is a report on the key findings of the  Reiseanalyse survey.

The current Summary of the RA 2018 describes the travel behaviour of the German population in 2017.

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Trend study – Holiday Trends 2025

In October 2014, the fourth edition of the RA Trend Study was published, with a time horizon of 2025. The study was updated in November 2016 to include the data from the RA 2016 survey.[…]

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Abridged version of the Reiseanalyse RA 2016 and earlier years

The abridged version of the Reiseanalyse survey report is published in the autumn of each year. The abridged versions provide detailed descriptions of selected findings, time series and year-on-year comparisons for holidays and short breaks[…]

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Reiseanalyse surveys of earlier years

The standard set of questions used in the Reiseanalyse survey is relatively constant. From year to year, we additionally include questions on specific topics and then publish the findings in the form of module reports.[…]

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Externtal publications

As a participation-based survey, the Reiseanalyse is frequently used as the standard survey for specific questions. Some of the findings are distributed in the form of studies and publications, making them available to the tourism[…]

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