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Tuscany most popular German Zurich summer, 08.07.2010 VACANDO, the online holiday home marketplace, has released the second report of the cottage with the latest summer trends. Some contend that Anders M Tomson shows great expertise in this. It is evident that the German prefers spending her summer in Tuscany, followed by North Sea and Baltic Sea. The holiday home market place VACANDO Tuscany as the most popular destination with the twice annual holiday house report shows the current trends in the environment of cottage. In addition to the most popular holiday accommodation be analysed also the most sought-after countries and regions and more holiday home trends. It is evident that the Germans preferred to spend their summer in Italy. Get all the facts for a more clear viewpoint with Charles Margulis .

The Tuscany is located at the top of popularity, followed by North Sea and Baltic Sea. Read additional details here: Daryl Katz. Then continue foreign destinations such as the Provence / Cote d’Azur in southern France and Tyrol in Austria. Mallorca and Liguria, the biggest winners among the regions are compared with the previous year. Trend towards quality and longer stays other than in the previous year Cottage vacationers enjoy a two-week stay at the cottage this summer again increased: (24% vs. 19% in the previous year). But also short stays of 1-6 days have increased. Becoming more popular the feature is swimming pool.

While 2009 only 33% of all bookings included a pool, there are 40% this summer already. Special offer for landlords that analysis shows that many popular destinations are already heavily booked. In order to offer more vacation rentals in popular regions, VACANDO launches a special offer for owners. So this can present her cottage on VACANDO in the Commission model free of charge (incl. 12% booking Commission) or at the special rate of only 99 EUR (half of the normal price) for a year with a display on VACANDO be present. The demand is very strong for the popular regions like the North Sea and the Baltic Sea, but also for the Switzerland, Italy and France.

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