Saturday 12 June 2021

Top 10 most Googled Travel Destinations of 2019, According To Google

Google Trends has come up with a list of top 10 destinations that were most searched (on Google) in the year 2019.

Based on U.S. search data, the Maldives topped the list as one of the best travel destinations of 2019.

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The Maldives is every beach lover’s best friend. So, if you are planning to go somewhere exotic for your honeymoon or long-awaited trip, then Maldives will be the best choice for you.

Following the Maldives is Japan, Bora Bora, and Las Vegas. With Tokyo Olympic coming up next year, Japan will be one of the best destinations to travel the next year. Bora Bora is one of the most breath-taking locations will hopefully top the list next year as well. Now, for all casino lovers and night owls – Las Vegas stood in the fourth position.

Mexico was another country that remained everyone’s favorite in the year 2019. You can add Mexico to your travel bucket list for next year.

Sixth on the list is Alaska that is filled with mountains and natural beauty. Experience the most beautiful trip of your life with your beau and make memories of a lifetime.

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For food lovers, New Orleans, famous for its exquisite cuisine and natural beauty ranked on number 7 on Google’s list.

In eighth and ninth positions were California and New York. California is best known for its amazing locations and New York needs no introduction.

Tenth on the list is Costa Rica, a dreamy destination for every year. If you are a nature-lover, then you will definitely love Costa Rica.

See what was trending in 2019 -Costa Rica

If you haven’t been to anywhere this year, you can use this list to plan a trip for 2020.

Happy Holidays!

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