Millennials are enjoying a more luxurious lifestyle than previous generations, according to a new survey.
Research comparing the lives of different age groups shows younger British people are more likely to live a better, more fulfilled life than older people did when they were the same age.
The survey found half of the 18 to 37-year-olds surveyed believe they experience more '"luxury" than their parents did, with fewer responsibilities and a "different lifestyle".
It found three in 10 British millennials get more opportunity to indulge themselves while travelling than they do at home.
The average British person goes on holiday twice a year and has visited 11 different countries, but 64 per cent said they are still looking to book a more exotic holiday every year, with women (68 per cent) more likely to feel this way than men (60 per cent).
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