With crystal clear beaches edged by lush greenery, it’s no wonder Tulum made this list.
Iceland’s capital is a starting point for all those wanting to spy the elusive Northern Lights – not to mention the rest of Iceland’s amazing landscapes.
With US flights resuming this year for the first time in decades, westerners have been flocking to Cuba in droves.
The crossing here in one of Japan’s busiest neighbourhoods is famous, and no visit is complete without an Insta snap.
A spa playground in the desert for the stars of Hollywood – of course everyone was Googling it.
Again, a newsworthy destination following the tinted water crisis earlier this year.
Anyone else dreaming of a Mexican escape?
A real southern hub down in Louisiana.
Rugged coastlines and a boat load of history are this region’s drawcards.
Primarily a business town, some people are searching for this spot.
The home of Transylvania – enough said!
A city that straddles two continents, there is more history, natural beauty and interesting culture here than you can poke a stick at.
Known for the canal, this country on the Caribbean coast has a lot more to offer.
Year-round sunshine… need we say more?
With Qantas flying directly to Dallas these days, more and more people want to find out about the city.
While a beautiful city, Brussels was the victim of a horrible attack this year.
The home of Oktoberfest proved a popular destination.
Maybe people want to find out more about this eastern European country and what there is to visit.
Spurred by the Olympics, people were very interested in all things Rio.
Stunning coastlines and beautiful cities are definitely a draw for tourists. We also love the Portuguese tarts…
Home to Disney World and Universal Studios, families flock to this American city.
France has had a year of upheaval after numerous attacks but that hasn’t stopped people wanting to see everything this country has to offer.
This little guy is making me feel uneasy...