Travel Trends

When the same destinations appearing again and again in your social media feed—coworkers headed to Tulum for a break from the cold? Friends posting selfies from the Blue Lagoon in Iceland?—you might have discovered a travel trend. Travel + Leisure's writers and editors pay close attention not only to the latest in popular destinations, but also to industry-wide trends like the growth of peer-to-peer rental services (such as Airbnb), the resumption of commercial flights between Cuba and the United States, or the shockingly high rates of unused paid time off for millennial workers. Learn about up-and-coming trends for consumers and for the industry.

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Airbnb Just Revealed Their Most Wishlisted Holiday Stays — and It's Making Us Want to Book a Trip Immediately
This winter, travelers are searching for cozy cabins in the woods, European seaside adventures, and warm-weather escapes, according to data just released by Airbnb.
These Are the Best Cities in the U.S. for a Quick Getaway, According to Hotwire
The booking site looked at everything from value, experience highlights, and hotels with sought-after amenities in more than 350 cities.
See What Travel Habit Your State Is Known for With New Data From Kayak
From big spenders to penny pinchers, to local stays to trips needing a flight, see how your state travels.
These Are the Most Neighborly Cities in the U.S.
The study by Neighbor.com considered factors such as volunteering, neighborly acts, and more.
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Norwegian Cruise Line CEO Talks COVID-19 Protocol, Family Travel, and the Future of Cruising
"We're happy to have reduced occupancies so that we can provide an excellent product, with social distance, no crowding, no lines anywhere. It's working great.