One of the most important numbers for anyone thinking about how much money they should be spending on holiday is holiday spending, and that number is increasing every year.
It’s a number that’s driven by the fact that people are spending less time at home and more time away from work, says David Kohn, a senior economist at the World Resources Institute.
In the last decade, holiday spending in the U.S. has grown at an average annual rate of about $1,000 per person per year.
This means that in 2014, holiday travel alone cost $1.45 billion per person.
The number of holidaymakers who visit the U, as opposed to other countries, is also increasing.
In 2012, the number of visitors to the U was nearly 6 million, with the largest numbers coming from Mexico, Canada, the U., and Brazil.
For those looking to get away, it may be worth taking a look at holiday prices from around the world.
On average, U.K. holiday travel costs about $5,000, according to the UK Travel Association, while U.A.E. holiday prices range from $10,000 to $20,000.
France, Canada and the U of Mexico are the other three leading holiday destinations in terms of the price of holiday travel.