Here’s how many US millennials are going to travel this spring

When choosing accommodation, travelers prefer beach resorts and ocean views

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Here’s how many US millennials are going to travel this spring. Source: pexels.com

A new Tripadvisor poll shows that half of US respondents are planning a trip this spring, from March 1st to May 31st.

Indeed, millennials are the most optimistic and eager to get back on the road.

For instance, 58% of millennial respondents are planning a trip this spring, up from 50% of all age groups.

In addition, this spring, 71% of millennial respondents feel comfortable dining out, compared to 62% of all age groups.

Meanwhile, 54% of millennial respondents believe that daily life will return to normal within 3 months, compared to 38% of all age groups. In addition, 56% of millennial respondents believe they will live better financially in the next 12 months than they do today, compared to 41% of all age groups.

Florida, Mexico, and the Caribbean are the fastest-growing destinations this spring, with the largest increases in searches on Tripadvisor year-over-year.

At the same time, iconic US cities continue to slowly recover.

10 fastest-growing destinations for Americans

  1. Isla Verde, Puerto Rico
  2. St. Thomas
  3. Playa Maroma, Mexico
  4. Tulum, Mexico
  5. Key West, Fla.
  6. Key Largo, Fla.
  7. Miami Beach, Fla.
  8. Christiansted, U.S. Virgin Islands
  9. Cruz Bay, U.S. Virgin Islands
  10. Fort Myers Beach, Fla.

10 slowest-growing destinations for Americans

  1. New York City, N.Y.
  2. San Francisco, Calif.
  3. Washington D.C.
  4. New Orleans, La.
  5. Los Angeles, Calif.
  6. Nashville, Tenn.
  7. San Diego, Calif.
  8. Las Vegas, Nev.
  9. Chicago, Ill.
  10. Nassau, Bahamas

PaySpace Magazine anticipates that since fully vaccinated Americans won’t need to any longer take a test before traveling across the country and abroad, the US travel sector will witness a significant boost. Nevertheless, we don’t expect global air ticketing to recover in the nearest future because of the uncertain COVID-19 situation in the majority of countries. But still, do not hesitate to learn how to buy airline tickets online.

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