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2021-07-09 09:03:25

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Planning a post-vaccination vacation this year? Chances are, you'll be spending a lot of time outdoors.With destinations slowly opening up for tourism again, and travelers tentatively booking flights, travels that take in the great outdoors look set to boom post-pandemic.And in Italy -- the first country to be flattened by the pandemic, and one of Europe's hardest hit destinations -- things are no different.Italians have spent months mostly confined to their homes at various stages during the pandemic. Now, they're itching to get outside.But it's not just the Italians. Travelers to Italy are searching for outdoor holidays, sports, and activities, according to Italy's national tourism agency, ENIT -- there's even been a strong growth in demand for camping."Last year the impact of the pandemic was less strong in mountain areas," says marketing director Maria Elena Rossi.But for 2021, she says, people are all about nature, outdoor relaxation and open-air activities.Pierluigi Serlenga, who wrote a report for management consultancy Bain & Company about post-pandemic travel trends for their Travel Digital Summit, says that there's a real search for "more customized and more flexible open-air, individual experiences."And he says Italy is not only rising to the challenge -- but that it might also help counter any return of overtourism."It's very positive," he says. "There's a clear willingness to diversify and extend the offer beyond the traditional [city] destinations."