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Travel Tip Tuesday – Top Travel Trends for 2017!

Top Travel Trends of 2017!

In 2017, innovative travel companies, apps, and products will change travel as you know it. We put together the latest and greatest travel trends to keep you current.

Weekend Trips
Not every vacation has to be an epic three-week adventure. The world is full of great food, lodging, and attractions. If you don’t have time for a big vacation, there could be a welcoming and charming city near you that often gets overlooked.

Cuba Tourism
The first U.S. commercial aircraft in more than 50 years landed in Cuba on Nov. 28th, 2016. The rise in tourism has prompted various air and cruise lines to expand their selection of destinations so as to meet the ever increasing demand. It’s unclear how the culture on the little island nation will be affected by this relatively new surge of outside influence.

Going Green
With rising consumer and industry standards in ecotourism, companies are incorporating responsible practices that create low-impact getaways. While giving thought to the location of your next getaway, consider reducing your carbon footprint by selecting a destination where eco-friendly practices are promoted.

Travel Apps
The popularity of travel apps on mobile devices continues trending upward year over year. From Citymapper to Google Translate, every smartphone has you covered for almost all travel needs. Travel apps come in especially handy when you are preparing for a trip, figuring out where to eat, or trying to communicate with locals.

By using these tips as a guideline, you can better organize and prepare for your trip. Stay tuned to Travel Tip Tuesdays for more in-depth information about the best way to travel.

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