Vacation is currently taboo for many. Many people are therefore already planning their trip. But where are we going after the lockdown? This year, many travelers are foregoing annual vacation abroad due to the pandemic – this could change again next year. Because many vacationers who stay at home this year are already planning their trip.A new study has now examined Google search queries around the world, the result is a list of the currently trend travel destinations.
Bicycles, canals and history. Amsterdam is considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Every year over 15 million visitors want to see the seemingly floating city with its old houses and the red light district.
Machu Picchu: Ruined City Of The Inca In Peru
Everyone has already seen a photo where someone is sitting on a hill above the imposing mountain town in the middle of the Andes. We think everyone should have visited Machu Picchu once. Important: buy your tickets early. Access per day is limited.
Neuschwanstein Castle is one of Germany’s most-visited sights. Walking through the beautiful, great rooms and dreaming of big balls, everyone should have done that at least once in a lifetime.
Those who like metropolises will love the fast lifestyle in the capital of Japan. 38 million people cavort in the pulsating city that never sleeps. Our favorite: The geek district Akihabara with pachinko halls and eight-story bookshops.
Bali: Island In Indonesia
Primarily a destination for backpackers, Bali in Indonesia attracts most visitors. Countless temples, rice fields on spacious terraces and great beaches. If you want to learn to surf, Bali is the place for you. And if you are not staying in Kuta, you will also experience the Balinese tradition.
Lake Garda: The Largest Lake In Italy
Cute villages on the banks of a huge lake, surrounded by impressive mountains. This is what idyll looks like. Anyone who goes to Lake Garda will find relaxation, deceleration. Italy’s largest lake is a well known travel destination, especially from Spring to Winter.