Greece named the most Googled travel destination


Every year, Google publishes its ‘Year in Search’ data, a report showing what users have Googled over the past 12 months.

According to CNtraveller, the travel section of the data has been contextualised to take into account current events and is now presented in order to provide inspiration for those who wish to travel in 2024.

The 10 cities and countries that have seen the biggest search increases on Google year on year, have been spotted and Greece tops the list.  

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CNtraveller highlights Greece’s diverse attractions, from Mykonos‘ picturesque architecture to Kefalonia’s natural beauty. It also mentions Athens with the boasting world-class bars and culinary delights, and concludes that whether it’s Santorini’s sunsets, Corfu’s quiet beaches, or Crete’s late-summer weather, Greece consistently captivates with its varied offerings.

Spain and Italy come second and third in the list, while Cyrpus, which is found at sixth place, is presented as a melting pot of cultures. “Come for craggy mountains topped with snow, powdery soft beaches lapped by the twinkling Mediterranean and some excellent Cypriot food dotted around the island.”

Source: CNtraveller




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