Where do Ukrainians spend their involuntary holidays?
18 January 2021
In early January, in the run-up to the enactment of the
The top destinations among Ukrainians were Turkey, Poland, Egypt, the UAE, the Czech Republic, and Germany.
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Turkey, the Czech Republic, and the UAE were the top destinations by ticket purchases. Relatively warm countries, e.g., Turkey (~UAH 4,480 for a round trip ticket), Egypt (~UAH 10,270), and the UAE (~UAH 8,840) accounted for almost a quarter (23.14%) of search queries. Ukrainians don’t need a visa to visit these, only a fit-to-fly certificate with proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test.
Although the Czech Republic and Germany are currently closed for tourists, Ukrainians are actively buying tickets to these destinations. These are likely labour migrants or people coming there on a family or student visa.
Domestic destinations account for 14% of all searches, the top ones being Kyiv, Odesa, Lviv, Ivano-Frankivsk, and Dnipro. On average, a round trip ticket on domestic costs about UAH 4,480.
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