3 Travel Trends You Need to Know in 2019


You may be thinking that it’s too early to start planning for next year’s travels, but the specialists at our car service in Nashville tend to disagree. This is the best time to start making arrangements for your 2019 trips. To help you do this, we have compiled a short list of some of the most relevant travel trends predicted to influence travel in the coming year. Being aware of these travel trends will help you shape a great, epic year in terms of trips.
Before we proceed, however, consider employing a concierge car service such as our limo services in Nashville for all your ground transportation needs in 2019. One of the most stressful aspects of travel has to be driving and navigation, especially when you are in an unfamiliar city/town. But with a concierge car service, all you have to do is sit back and relax in the back of a luxurious vehicle as a professionally trained chauffeur transfers you safely and expediently to any destination of your choosing.
Now, without further ado, the following are a few more travel trends you can expect in 2019.
Green Travel
Green Travel has also been referred to as 'ecotourism' and it has emanated from the ‘go green’ initiative that tries to promote the conservation of the world’s natural resources. In 2019, we expect to see an influx in travel initiatives aimed at national parks, wildlife refuges, and other natural areas beyond the traditionally popular big cities and bright lights. Green Travel will also entail adopting carbon-reducing and cost-effective ways of traveling by tourists.

Foodie Holidays
This is actually a trend that began in early 2018, but the trend shows no sign of slowing down in the coming year. Food is playing a crucial role in travel destination decisions; the most popular travel destinations seem to be adorned with street food markets and traditional restaurants that people want to try out. Popular foodie destinations will include New York for its fine dining, California for its wine destinations, London for its assortment of world cuisine, Dubai for its all-day brunches, and many more.

Unpopular Destinations
Yes, we also expect people to start visiting less popular, less conventional travel destination in 2019. This implies new routes, cheaper flights, less traffic, more accommodation options, etc. Most avid travelers have already experienced the excitement of big cities and exotic destinations and now want to try rarely visited destinations for a unique experience. Lesser known cities have become increasingly popular as travelers make efforts to become pioneers and trendsetters amongst their friends and on social media. If you are looking for popular destination to visit this coming year, you can expect middle Eastern cities such as Doha, Abu Dhabi, and Muscat to pop up. You can also expect local cities like Washington DC and Philadelphia to increase in popularity over conventionally popular cities such as New York and Los Angeles.

Posted on Dec 18th 2018

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