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Staycation. The new trend to holiday

In the past, when people did not have big budget for vacation, they did not travel but spend their holidays at home, “holiday on the balcony” they used to call it. Today, due to the corona pandemic, a new trend has emerged: staycation (the English word ‘vacation’ is combined with the word ‘stay’) – this is the new term for short holidays not far from home and without travelling. Many hotels have discovered this new niche in the market and offer special deals for holidaymakers who don’t travel far. Offers relating to health and wellness score particularly high here: fitness, massages, water gymnastics in the hotel pool, cooking workshops, brunch. Even for those who only want to holiday within their own four walls, there are specially tailored offers such as body massages, face masks, body scrubs and sauna, meditation on a moss bed in the forest or even a cooking service with staff who serve exquisite meals at home. More here: TAGS: Lifestyle, vacation, health