Holiday euro worth 20% more on average in 2024 than at home

  • Austrians' holiday euro will be worth 20 percent more on average in 2024 than in Austria. The purchasing power of the Austrian holiday euro is highest in Bulgaria and Romania. In general, holiday destinations in Southern and Eastern Europe, which are popular in summer, will also score lower prices than in Austria in 2024. Switzerland remains one of the most expensive holiday destinations.
  • Compared to 2023, the higher inflation in some major European holiday destinations compared to Austria has led to an average loss in value of the Austrian holiday euro abroad of around 1.7 percent.
  • In general, the value of the Austrian holiday euro in European holiday destinations fell slightly in 2024 compared to 2023. In contrast, the appreciation of the euro has made holidays in Africa or Asia cheaper on average. However, the value of Austrians' holiday euros in the very popular holiday destination of Turkey has fallen significantly compared to 2023.

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Holiday euro 2024 (PDF)

as of June 2024.

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