Holidays are all about families. However, a survey of 1,000 Brits found that just 3% stated they prefer to travel with their parents-in-law.
Of this 3%, almost two-thirds were male, compared to just over a third female.
In comparison, more Brits surveyed by global travel brand momondo prefer to travel alone – 6% of all surveyed. This percentage was made up of 8% of men asked and 5% of women.
Slightly more Brits prefer to travel with their own parents - 13% of the total of those questioned. Of this figure, momondo found more women prefer to travel with their own parents than do men – for 18% of women asked liked to travel with their parents, compared to just 7% of men surveyed.
In contrast, 64% of Brits surveyed prefer to travel with their partner or spouse – which was roughly the same for men and women.
And 30% of Brits questioned prefer to travel with their children, although more women prefer the company of their offspring, at 60%, compared to a lower 40% of men.
Friends were preferred travel companions for 29% of Brits questioned by momondo. However, more women preferred holidaying with their buddies than men, at 34% against 25% respectively.