Dare I say it: It’s good to be a Millennial while traveling. Having grown up in the digital age, they’re free of the hang-ups that hindered past generations of travelers. They don’t think twice about booking a flight online or spending the night in a stranger’s apartment—and with that comes the freedom of choice. Now that the Millennial population (anyone born between 1980 and 2000) in America exceeds 83 million—even outnumbering Baby Boomers—the travel industry is flinging itself at them with upgraded technology, “meaningful” experiences, and easier ways to book.
Thing is, there’s a single truth about the Millennial market: No one itinerary fits all. They’re extremely curious about the world, and intent on exploring it on their own terms. They take risks—educated risks. They seek comfort in new ways. To put it more candidly, Millennials are traveling better than you.Here’s how. Read More
Published in: Conde Nast Traveler