Skyscanner has gathered up a number of statistics which show where different people from different states want to visit and travel to.
When it comes to selecting where you're going to travel on your next holiday or trip it can be pretty daunting. There is so much choice in the present day as you can basically visit wherever your heart desires. Even though you can go almost anywhere, proximity to where you live will likely come into play. Whether you can get a direct flight may also factor into your decision as well as how much it will cost to get there.
Basically, if you're as bad at making decisions as we are then any help you can get when it comes to picking the perfect holiday destination is likely well received. Most people who are relatively well-traveled have been to the big, well-known tourist cities. The likes of New York, London, Paris, and Rome among others. What about if you're looking for a new place to visit?
Skyscanner might very well have you covered when it comes to this. The flight site recently released a number of statistics detailing where people living in the States like to travel most. The most searched destinations naturally contain the popular cities mentioned above plus others like Tokyo and Las Vegas, but they have also included "Fasted Growing Destinations" and "Fastest Growing Countries" categories.
According to those statistics, searches for countries such as Ukraine, Serbia, and Malta have increased the most in 2018 when compared to 2017. Proof right there that if you're looking for different places to holiday, you are not alone. There is also a table that you can check out which breaks down the most searched country state by state, although those numbers don't include the US itself, the UK, Mexico, or Canada.
If you are at a loss for where to go next the stats provided by Skyscanner may very well help you out or even sway you one way or the other if you're on the fence about visiting somewhere. Clearly, some of the places listed that you might not have expected to see must have good things going for them, otherwise, why would so many people be interested in visiting them?