What The First Google Image Tells Us About The World’s Top Travel Destinations

A photograph is worth 1000 words, so a really decent tip for Voyagers is to look Google for pictures of the city they’re setting out to and see what the first picture that comes up and says in regards to their destination. We have collected the world’s main 12 travel destinations according to Forbes, TravelGuide, and me.

1. Paris, France

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The first picture that shows up is of the Louvre. What does that say? It says Paris is a classy city that takes its culture seriously, making it a priority in people’s day-to-day lives.

2. Rome, Italy

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Rome is a city with an extremely rich history. This includes great things like art, culture, great food, and astounding architecture, but also war, gladiators, and downfall. All this is encapsulated in one astounding image of the Colosseum.

3. Tokyo, Japan

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A city that never sleeps. Tokyo is a city that is always brightly lit, full of busy people, and never boring.

4. New York, USA

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Another city that never sleeps, but also the home of Friends, Central Park, skyscrapers, and beautiful city skylines.

5. San Francisco, USA

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A cloudy but absolutely hypnotizing city on the U.S. West Coast. It’s crown jewel, The Golden Gate Bridge is a symbol that’s as easily recognizable as the Statue of Liberty in New York. It’s the world’s largest hub of software developers, fun-loving party-goers, and hipsters.

6. LA, USA

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The Hollywood sign – a symbol that encompasses fame, fortune, entertainment, and a constantly happy mood. I feel it’s the perfect description of LA, where the only thing you’ll see more often than celebrities is people smiling and drinking kale smoothies.

7. Barcelona, Spain

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Park Güell, designed and created by Antoni Gaudí is a great portrayal of what Barcelona feels like for tourists and locals. It’s vibrant, fun, sunny, and truly is a mosaic of colors, emotions, and smiles.

8. Madrid, Spain

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Madrid is a modern European capital full of beautiful people, gorgeous architecture, and truly mi-raculous churches.

9. London, England

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London is a city that seems to combine everything. A 10-minute bus ride is similar to time travel, with old Churches and Big Ben slowly getting substituted by ultra-modern skyscrapers, business centers, and the all-seeing London Eye.

10. Venice, Italy

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Home of far too many Shakespeare plays, Venice is a quietly charming city full of canals, Gon-dola’s, and fun-loving Italians.

11. Amsterdam, The Netherlands

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What does this picture really tell us? Late-night entertainment? Check. Bikes and canals? Check. Red Light District? Check! Every bit of Amsterdam lives up to the expectations you might have.

12. Seoul, South Korea

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Much like Tokyo in Japan, Seoul is the cultural and historical hub of South Korea. It combines South Korea’s strict business vibe with its absolutely and incredibly fun K-Pop mood!


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