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  • What different nationalities do on holiday
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What different nationalities do on holiday

You might think that most holidays revolve around sun, sea and sand. But according to a new survey from the Croatian Tourist Office, people’s holiday preferences differ heavily depending on nationality. So who’s all about the tan? And which nations are up for more of an adventure?

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