Asia’s most preferred destinations for Europeans are Bangkok, Singapore, Hong Kong, Bali and Tokyo. Meanwhile, traditional sun & beach European locations such as Mallorca, Algarve or the Canaries have fallen in the rankings of the most popular destinations this Easter holidays. Overall bookings from European travellers have registered moderate growth compared to the Easter period last year, with Spain as the source market with the highest growth. Although Paris is the top destination for Spaniards – and also Europeans – for this Easter holiday, Spaniards are more likely than any other nationality to stay in their own country; in fact 71% of Spaniards will travel internally this year, a figure that has raised by 7 percentage points since last Easter. Get the full story at Hotelbeds Group