Spain, France, Italy Most Popular Tourist Destinations Among Europeans
The most popular tourist destinations among EU citizens are Spain, France and Italy, according to a new report on the travels of Europeans in 2012.
According to the released data, 85% of all trips were in Europe, Bulgaria's Nova TV informs. The report states that citizens of EU countries prefer to go around Europe, as most of the vacations were spent in neighboring countries.
After Europe, the most popular destinations are Asia (5%), Africa (4%), North America (4%) and Central and South America (2%).
Europe's most popular tourist destination in terms of number of trips, nights spent and travel expenditures is Spain, followed by France, Italy, Germany, Austria, the UK, Croatia, Greece, Portugal and Poland.
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Perhaps they should think ,SERVICE
Giving good attentive service which in Bulgaria a lot of staff have no interest in they bring out food on a plate put it in front of you and walk away ,you never see them again until they want paid never ask was the food GOOD
is everything alright ? OR for example two people sit down for lunch and order a meal , they bring out one meal and the other comes about twenty minutes later when ask why or where is my meal they say YOURS TAKES LONGER TO COOK so they do not have the brains to start cooking the meal that takes longer first ?
Most of my friends that have been in Bulgaria say the same thing the staff service level is very poor .
It should not matter if it a street cafe or a luxury restaurant the cook and staff should show more respect for the customer who pays the bill and more important they should have more PRIDE in themselves and what they do. IT is the person serving that the customer rates the business on and how well they have been treated.
The customer does not know what the staff are paid and it should not matter either way it is the person serving that lets themselves down with poor service and that then reflects on the country .