More than a quarter (28 per cent) of the Brits planning on taking a holiday this Easter will head to somewhere they have not been before.
Unusual trips, such as flights to Caracas with Air Europa, are likely to be increasingly popular as adventurous vacationers opt to go further afield this month.
According to the figures from AA Travel Insurance, only 15 per cent hope to revisit a destination.
There is expected to be a surge in the number of Brits heading overseas this month as many people have taken advantage of the possibility of an 11-day holiday by booking only three days off work.
This is because of the extra bank holiday introduced this year for the royal wedding.
Mark Huggins, director of AA Travel Insurance, commented: "The most important thing is that however you spend your extended break or two successive long weekends, you enjoy it."
Those who take Air Europa flights to Venezuela may want to stay in Caracas for the Nazarene of San Pablo, during which the city is likely to be full of devotees who will head to the Santa Teresa Basilica.
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