With Destinations, users type the name of a continent, country or state, and add ‘destination’ to their search to view a collection of cities and attractions, as well as flight and hotel prices for upcoming dates. Users can also type the name of a location and replace ‘destination’ with an activity, like surfing or skiing (as examples), to view destinations which fit those requirements.
Once users have found the perfect trip, tapping the ‘Plan a trip’ button allows them to search for hotel and flight prices on their specified dates, with data pulled from Google Flights and Hotel search. Users can customize their results by selecting a hotel class, changing the number of travelers and more.
Readers: Will you use Google’s Destinations feature to plan your next trip?