A new survey has revealed that over a third of Londoners won’t be holidaying abroad in 2016.
According to the new survey, the data suggests that as a result of recent terrorist attacks, a lot of holiday goers won't be reaching for their passports.
As a direct result of the Paris attacks, one in 10 Londoners said that they won't be travelling abroad this year.
A staggering 23.8% of Londoners surveyed said they won't travel to France in 2016.
The survey of the UK's holidaymakers was conducted by holiday company, Cottages in Northumberland , who surveyed 10,000 people in the UK, 1,000 of which live in London.
Last year, the survey found that over half of Londoners went on a family holiday , with a city break being the most popular choice.
A romantic getaway was on the cards for 26.2% of people living in London, while 16.9% said they took a solo trip abroad.
Londoners really like their stag and hen parties too, with 6.2% of capital dwellers taking time off to celebrate.