Surprising new data shows the East Europeans who travel abroad the least and most for holidays.

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While Lithuanians, Poles and Hungarians spend holidays abroad the least among the Eastern and Central European countries, according to Onet.pl, Romanians and Bulgarians spend their holidays abroad most often.

67% of Lithuanians are not planning to go abroad on holidays with Hungarians in second place with 50% planning to stay at home as well.

The average Polish person is planning to be abroad during holidays for one day longer than a year ago - an average of 12 days. But still nearly half of Poles (49%) plan to spend their holidays in their homeland.

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