Barcelona top destination for Nomadic multi-city travelers
Most popular Nomadic trips include Barcelona, Athens, Rome and Madrid
Barcelona has come out as the top destination for travelers using Kiwi.com’s revolutionary multi-city tool, Nomad.
The news comes as Kiwi.com sees a rising interest in Nomad across the first half of 2019.
Travelers from all over the world choose to visit multiple cities in Europe
In 2019, the top destinations visited by people from across the world using Nomad include Barcelona, Athens, Rome, Madrid, Lisbon and Amsterdam. The average number of days spent on a trip was a week.
Nomad is a multi-city tool developed by Kiwi.com. It allows travelers to find the cheapest, most efficient route between cities. Travelers just select the cities they would like to visit, choose their start and end date, and hit search. Within seconds, Nomad displays the best possible trip.
More often than not a Nomad trip involved two to three destinations. On average travelers spend four days in one location and fly more than 11,000 kilometers.
Generally, people are more interested in traveling to more locations during one holiday because of the availability of tickets. And, this year, they are typically visiting European capitals.
Travelers’ favorite Nomad combinations
Globally people tend to search for trips to one region. These are typically Barcelona and Lisbon, Barcelona and Majorca, Barcelona and Porto, or Rome and Madrid.
When traveling in regions that are not European, Southeast Asia is very popular — especially the combination of Bangkok, Chiang Mai and Phuket.
Czechs take the opportunity to see the world
This year, Czech travelers kept up with the world.
Most Czechs traveled to Barcelona, Copenhagen, Porto and London. Singapore was the most popular destination outside of Europe.
Czechs also tend to visit two to three destinations during a week long trip. They spend an average of four days in one location and cover a distance of more than 9,700 kilometers.
Nomad is the result of Kiwi.com’s developers solving the century-old traveling salesman problem. Considered to be one of the most difficult mathematical problems to solve, it should find the shortest possible route between multiple destinations.
Kiwi.com has adapted this to find the best possible route, both in terms of distance travelled and price.