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Revealed: The holiday destination couples are most likely to break up after visiting

Mirror logo Mirror 04-03-2017 Rhian Lubin

The holiday destination couples most likely to break up after visiting revealed (Photo: Getty) © Provided by Trinity Mirror Plc The holiday destination couples most likely to break up after visiting revealed (Photo: Getty) Couples who chose Mexico as their first holiday destination together are most likely to break up, a study claims. 

On average, new couples go on holiday together within five months of forming a relationship and 73% are will argue on their first getaway, the research showed.

Travel agent Sunshine.co.uk found 21% of couples who went to Mexico broke up after their holiday, followed by 17% who went to Ibiza and 12% who visited Portugal.

Out of 2,187 people surveyed, 1,056 had broken up with a partner within six months of going away together.

The most common reasons couples fight on holiday included running late for the airport, arguing over how to spend their time, and falling out because their partner flirted with someone else.

Credits: Gallo Images © Provided by Trinity Mirror Plc Credits: Gallo Images Couples who chose destinations like Tenerife and Italy as a first holiday were less likely to split up, the study claims.

Chris Clarkson of Sunshine.co.uk said: “Holidays to Mexico require a bit more of a splurge than some of the other destinations on the breakup list and Ibiza is known for its carefree-party vibes, so maybe frivolous spending and too much partying are what spells future trouble for relationships.”

RANKED: The 12 most expensive holiday destinations in Europe

<p>Airport transfer website Hoppa recently <a href="https://www.hoppa.com/en/j/blog/most-expensive-and-cheapest-holiday-destinations-in-the-world-2017/">released its annual report</a> ranking the price of a holiday in 84 destinations around the world, revealing the most expensive spots in Europe for a vacation.</p><p> Hoppa analysed the average cost of a one night stay per person to produce the ranking. The total per person includes the price of a hotel room, a meal for two with a shared bottle of wine, a shared 3-kilometre taxi journey, as well as a coffee, a cocktail, and a beer each.</p><p> Hoppa's report also looked at other features like the cost of a sightseeing bus and key attractions, although they are not included in this ranking.</p><p> From buzzing Dublin to Venetian canals, here are the 12 most expensive holiday destinations in Europe in 2017. They are ranked by the average all-in price per person per night, alongside a breakdown of how you'll spend your money in each place.</p> RANKED: The 12 most expensive holiday destinations in Europe

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