Inflation and high prices are a burden for many Germans. According to a recent survey, a quarter have now put their vacation plans on hold.

A total of a quarter of Germans will not go on vacation this year due to rising inflation. This was the result of a representative survey conducted exclusively for Business Insider by the opinion research institute Civey.

The survey also shows that 13 percent of those surveyed are taking fewer vacations due to inflation and 5 percent are only planning a cheap vacation. For 57 percent of all Germans, however, nothing has changed in terms of vacation planning despite the rising prices.

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The survey also shows that women are slightly more likely to miss their vacation than men. While 22 percent of men do not travel because of inflation, the figure is 28 percent for women.