Travel may be getting more expensive by the day, but that isn’t dampening the enthusiasm of Americans who want to get out and explore the world.
The newly released Visa Global Travel Intentions study shows that while travel costs have increased about 4.4% and 73% of Americans surveyed have noticed those increased costs, a mere 6% of travelers are letting sticker shock delay or impact their plans.
In many ways, that’s good news. Americans, notorious for overworking and letting vacation days go unused, are changing their ways and taking time to escape the workplace to relax and unwind. The Visa …