Unencumbered by work and kids, many retirees are upping their travel game.
An analysis by Priceline found that boomers book the longest average length of stay on their vacations, relative to other age groups, and spend significantly more on flights and hotels than younger travelers.
“Baby boomers are active travelers,” says Kevin O’Leary, senior analyst at Priceline, via email.
So where are seniors headed? To find out, MONEY teamed up with Priceline to get information on travelers aged 60 and over; the company analyzed millions of bookings across all age groups, spanning thousands of destinations, hotels and flight routes from 2017 to 2018.
The resulting list, below, identifies the most common travel destinations for adults 60 and older. We’ve also plugged in pricing info from MONEY’s Best in Travel database, and found a couple of activities at each location to fill your time.