Around half of the UK are already planning overseas holidays next year, according to a new survey.
Spain topped the intended destination list, followed by Greece, France, Italy, the United States and Portugal, according to American Express.
A fifth (20%) of those surveyed had already started making bookings. Among those who have not yet booked, the most common reason was that they are waiting to see how the coronavirus pandemic progresses.
Holidaymakers were expecting their trips to cost £1567 on average, with a fifth (21%) planning to spend £2000 or more.
And more than two-fifths (44%) are planning to go on holiday both in the UK and abroad.
Among those planning a UK holiday, a third (34%) enjoyed a holiday in the UK this year and would like to again.
Cornwall and Wales were the top UK destinations where people intend to travel.
Some 2,001 people were surveyed across the UK, of which 996 were planning to go on holiday abroad in 2022.
People planning to travel overseas would be wise to check the latest Government travel advice and check what their travel insurance policy does and does not cover in terms of coronavirus.