A study by Spies has revealed the top destinations for Denmark residents once the world opens up, with many looking to head to Thailand between July and September.
And over half (53 per cent) of Danes are feeling more optimistic about travel over the next few months compared to the month previous, whilst 15 per cent of people are intending to travel more often when the coronavirus pandemic is over and international travel opens up again.
Jan Vendelbo, CEO of Spies, commented: "The desire to travel among Danes is enormous right now. Demand for summer travel has increased by 60 percent compared to three weeks ago, and we see that bookings have increased by 90 percent for the period July-September.
"Many have saved up a little extra to soon be able to set off on a long-awaited journey. People are also looking to pamper themselves with more luxury, and therefore many have booked a room with direct pool access, a better hotel, or want to treat themselves to extra good food and drink during the holidays. We can also see that many want to go on that 'once in a lifetime journey'. Destinations such as the Maldives, Thailand, and Mauritius are selling really well right now."