The number of Polish residents aged 15 years or over who participated in 2019 in at least one private tourist trip amounted to 20.8 million (3.6% more than in 2018), which made 64.1% of Polish residents in this age group.
In 2019, the number of tourist trips made by members of household amounted to 41.4 million (3.2% more than in 2018), which means that one household participated on average in 3 trips.
On average, 2 persons participated in one trip.
The majority of trips (96.1%) was made for private purposes.
During the year Polish residents made a total of 75.1 million trips (one person could have made several trips) – 4.2% more than in 2018.
Domestic trips predominated definitely – there were 59.8 million of such trips, which included short trips (2–4 days) – 34.5 million and trips of 5 days or longer – 25.3 million.
The number of outbound trips of Polish residents amounted to 15.3 million and most of these trips (12.4 million) were trips of 5 days or longer.
Over 50m domestic trips
The number of domestic trips amounted to 50.0 million and outbound trips – 13.5 million.
Among domestic trips, 60.0% were short-term trips, while long-term trips accounted for 80.2% of outbound trips.
Expenditures of Polish residents related to trips at PLN 79.5 billion
In 2019, expenditures of Polish residents related to trips amounted to PLN 79.5 billion (9.7% more than in 2018), of which PLN 30.9 billion (11.5% more than in 2018) were spent on domestic trips with overnith stays, PLN 34.3 billion (9.2% more than in 2018) on outbound trips with overnight stays, and PLN 14.4 billion on outbound same-day visits (7.0% more than in 2018).
The average expenditure per person on a domestic trip of 2–4 days amounted to PLN 352, on a trip of 5 days or longer – PLN 1012, and on an outbound trip PLN 1708 and PLN 2737 respectively.
On average, one person spent PLN 388 for one outbound trip without an overnight stay.