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Brits between 18 and 25 years old are choosing to learn new cultures over relaxing during this summer’s travels and have been found to be among the least adventurous in Europe}} - with 40% choosing cultural activities over outdoor/extreme sports (28%) and partying (17%).

When the young adults do feel the need to push the envelope, their adventures primarily focus on eating weird food (70%) compared to just 30% who are willing to hook up with someone from a different country, 9% who would try a nudist beach and 12% who may find themselves getting a tattoo this summer.

New research from Uniplaces, the leading online marketplace for student accommodation, also found that 70% of 18-25 year old in Britain had never had a summer fling. This is dramatically more than their European counterparts, with 50% of Europeans claiming to have had an amorous affair while travelling.
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