|Above, a bird's eye view of Asakusa and the Sumida River from the Tokyo Skytree. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
The Internet is now the top source for people who are planning a vacation. With that, Google has become an integral part in vacation planning.
Condé Nast Traveler has posted the top five travel destinations according to Google searches.
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Google is such a part of our lives these days that it's no longer "you are what you eat," it's "you are what you search." When it comes to travel, Google's data is a great way to get a sense of which places people are interested in visiting and exploring. The company revealed that this year the top five most Googled cities, in order, are Reykjavik, Havana, Toronto, Mexico City, and Tokyo. But how do cities manage to rise to the top of the Internet search world? It's a combination of access, affordability, and in some cases, historic changes that make a once closed-off destination the hottest ticket in town.
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