Most Visited Places to Travel And Work From Home

Mixing Business and Pleasure

Scrolling through your social media feeds might lead you to believe that everyone you know is on a trip to an idyllic location.

Travel, especially international, increased in 2022 compared to the previous two years. The pandemic has opened the possibility of working from home and working from home on vacation.

According to the American Opportunity Survey, of the job holders in the United States, 35% can work from home full-time, 23% can work from home part-time on occasion, and 42% cannot work from home. Although of the respondents who work from home part-time, 12% say they work from home five days a week.

Travelers visit NYC for a bunch of different reasons. While in NYC, you can watch a show on Broadway, see the Statue of Liberty, explore Central Park and shop on the upper east side. St. Regis New York Residence Club is a midtown timeshare with a desk in each suite

New York City, New York

If you are a fan of going to theme parks, Orlando is home to seven of them, including Universal Studios Orlando, Walt Disney World, and SeaWorld Orlando. Orlando has it all if you want to see some of your favorite characters, ride on amusement rides, and enjoy the Sunshine State.

Orlando, Florida

Honolulu had 2,751,000 visitors in 2019, as reported by WorldAtlas. When visiting Honolulu, travelers can enjoy volcanoes, beaches, historical attractions, and wildlife all in one area.

Honolulu, Hawaii

According to Statista, the most-visited museum in Paris is the Louvre, with well-known artists' work on display such as the Mona Lisa and the Venus de Milo. Even during the pandemic, 2.7 million people ventured to this art museum.


Some attractions you might want to put on your vacation bucket list to Barcelona are Sagrada Familia, Fundación de Joan Miro, and the Picasso Museum. While in Madrid, Spain's capital, you can visit the El Prado Museum Temple of Debod and the Royal Palace and Gardens.


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