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  • Holidays abroad are a luxury for Poles
  • Holidays abroad are a luxury for Poles
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Holidays abroad are a luxury for Poles

While low-cost airlines are giving most Europeans the opportunity to take a break to warmer climates, holidays are still very much a luxury in Poland. In 2014, only one in three Poles will be able to go away for over five days, and only 3% expect to be able to go abroad.

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