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  • People are going on holiday alone
  • People are going on holiday alone
    Jaguar MENA (2016) ©
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People are going on holiday alone

Are holidays always a time of togetherness? German travel agents aren’t banking on it. As time off becomes a rare commodity, the tourism industry is making way for individual holidays for those who want to cut other people’s schedules out of the equation.

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