Those born between 1980 and 2000, also known as Millennials, have chosen their favorite destinations for travel, according to a recent study conducted by Netspick, a plataform for accommodations around the world.
Their research revealed that Millennials are not only known for being aware of the latest technological trends, but they are also very clear about their preferences when it comes to travel.
In this case, the millennial traveler is not afraid to leave his or her country in search of new experiences around the world. In order to find their favorite destinations, the company took into account different factors such as tourist attractions, public transport, gender equality, and beer prices, among others.
So, here are the best cities for the traveling millennial.
Its neogothic architecture and immense gardens are undoubtedly the first thing that attracts every millennial to this city. Make sure to add to your travel itinerary a visit to the Mount Royal or the Botanical Garden of Montreal, where you can find around ten thematic greenhouses.
This beautiful city combines extensive canals and beautiful architectural design bridges from the 16th and 17th centuries, which makes it the perfect place for some romanticism. The Amsterdam Museum is a mandatory stop to see the works of Van Gogh. You should also try a local delicacy such as its classic apple strudel.
A cosmopolitan and artistic atmosphere is what this Spanish city offers to all travelling millennials. You can go for a quiet walk through the Park Güell, while you take pictures next to its beautiful gardens and unique architectural landmarks.
New York, USA
Also known as the “Big Apple”, this major city is one of the favorite places for travel, according to Millennials. During your trip, make sure to plan a visit to its most famous attractions such as Central Park, the Statue of Liberty, Times Square, the Empire State Building, catch a musical on Broadway and visit a great exhibition in the MET.
With an excellent view of the River Rhine and a captivating Gothic architecture, this German city is another favorite destination for young travelers. Among its main attractions are the Cologne Cathedral and the Ludwig Museum. If you are looking for a different activity, you can enjoy a visit to the Chocolate Museum, which will take you on a journey through the 3,000 years of chocolate history.
Manchester, United Kingdom
Located northwest of England, you’ll find another favorite city for millennials to plan a dream vacation in Europe. Football fans can go to a Manchester United match at Old Trafford, also known as the ‘Theater of dreams’ or check out the must-see pieces exhibited at the National Football Museum.
With all of these great choices, it sounds like we have a plane to catch!
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