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Easter 2022, Sicily a favorite destination for Europeans and Italians

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There Sicily is among the favorite destinations of Europeans and Italians for Easter 2022according to the data collected by the Jetcost travel site.

Flight and hotel searches are already at similar levels to 2019, the year before the pandemic.
The resumption of tourism is a fact after these two difficult years of pandemic and it seems that confidence and the desire to travel have also returned to finally enjoy a well-deserved holiday.

Well, according to Jetcost, searches for flights increased by 150%, while those for hotels increased by 210% in the first three months of 2022.

Furthermore, users spend 30% more time searching for different solutions, budgets and alternative dates, which shows that there is a real interest and a real intention to travel and find a good opportunity.

Many of the Europeans who have decided to travel during Easter 2022 are choosing Italy.
The high level of vaccination of the population, the decrease in the incidence and the lower danger of the Omicron variant, together with the pleasant spring climate in the beautiful country, the richness of culture, landscapes, traditions, as well as the rich offer of food and wine and hospitality, have made sure that Italy has become the second most sought-after country on Jetcost to spend these holidays.
They follow the Spain the Portugal.

Palermo and Catania the most sought after cities

The data analyzing the results of flight searches during Easter 2022 indicate that a large majority opted for Sicily and especially for Palermo, which has become the fourth most sought after city by French travelers, the fifth by the Germans, the seventh by the Dutch and Portuguese, the eighth by the Spaniards and the tenth by the British.
In addition to Palermo, too Catania it is among the most sought after cities, being the fourth choice for the Germans, the eighth for the French and the Dutch, the ninth for the English and the twelfth for the Spaniards.