From family-friendly beach vacations to affordable city adventures, these are the trips travelers are considering for the long weekend.
It’s not too soon to be thinking about your next three-day weekend.
Memorial Day weekend is coming up sooner than you think, so it may be just the right time to be thinking about where to go for the long weekend. For many people, Memorial Day is the kick-off weekend to summer vacation season, so why not go all out for the holiday?
If you’ve already started noodling around with the idea of getting away on a short trip, you’re not alone. According to Google, many people have already started searching for fun destinations to spend their holiday.
Oddly enough, not everyone is looking to spend their day at the beach, though some are opting for a classic beach getaway to places like Nantucket or Myrtle Beach. But Google’s data found that many people have been looking to take advantage of small, budget-friendly cities with lots of interesting things to do and delicious food options, especially in the southern U.S., including Charleston, Austin, Nashville, and Atlanta.
Take a look at the top 10 destinations people are searching for their Memorial Day vacation on Google, and see if any of these makes it onto your bucket list.