Your vacations are about to get greener, more convenient and more luxurious. Bloomberg’s Chris Rovzar shares some of the biggest travel trends to look out for in 2020.
The 2010s were the decade when travel became easier. The arrival of short-term lodging services, the embrace of “second cities,” and the rapid growth of budget airlines both shrunk our globe and made it more intriguing. But if travel became something of a competitive sport in the last 10 years, it’s starting to loosen up. The overwhelming number of booking channels and sources of inspiration has left travelers confused, too, struggling to figure out how to maximize every minute of their precious vacation days. That’s why “slow travel” and climate trends will take hold starting in 2020.
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