Airbnb released on May 3, 2023 the highlights of the coming summer season. Based on it, the island of Mykonos is the Top AirBnb trend for summer international destinations among the platform’s US guests in 2023/Q1.
Great expectations for the 2023
With the pandemic finally over, more than 300 million guest arrivals are expected worldwide during 2023 on AirBnb! Since the beginning of the platform, there have been 1.4 billion all-time guest arrivals, with more guests travelling last year than ever before! Following three years of travel restrictions, lockdowns and isolation, the 2022 travellers were looking for ways to connect with people and have authentic experiences or visit their favourite destinations once more.
In 2022, travellers sought out pools, beaches and iconic cities as their top destinations. For the upcoming holiday season, travellers are continuing to escape the cold to warmer getaway destinations, still favouring pool, beach and tropical destinations.
Mykonos is the top AirBnB trend for summer 2023 destinations among the US travellers
Airbnb guests have already planned stays in over 72,000 cities and towns this summer. They are seeking sun, sights, and hikes with the top five booked categories this summer including Beach, Amazing pools, Trending, Iconic cities and National parks.
During the 1st quarter of this year the US travellers willing to cross seas and continents in order to visit other foreign destinations ranging from Asia to Australia, and Europe to South America focused on the following locations that became the top trends for global destinations, based on searches on the platform:
1. Mykonos, Greece
2. Niagara Falls, Canada
3. Interlaken, Switzerland
4. Amalfi, Italy
5. Florence, Italy
6. Bangkok, Thailand
7. Sorrento, Italy
8. Toronto, Canada
9. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
10. Banff, Canada
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