Around the Globe

Regardless of if you are looking for your next adventure, wanting to know the most popular travel destinations of 2024, or just want to know updates from world events like the 2024 SXSW Festival. Style Utah has the travel news from the top destinations around the world. And as our experts in travel predict where you want to travel and possibly avoid as we keep our ears to the travel pipeline you can relax and enjoy what is out their in our beautiful world.

Top Destinations in Travel 2024

With the latest info from Paris, Tokyo, the top destinations here in the USA and worldwide, along with the latest deals from airlines, and the best local, national and travel deals from around the globe. We have something for everyone with the travel news of Style Utah delivering the latest trends in travel, as well as our monthly deep dive into Utah’s local travel itinerary and tourism economy.

PLUS the best places to travel in 2024. We deliver travel tips and inspiration with the Style Utah insider guides and the latest US & International travel news.

What is new in travel? Our Style Utah experts share travel trends to expect in 2024.

#1 Travel Destination to start of 2024 is the Cayman Islands. For families, the Cayman Island’s offer pristine beaches and fun, engaging activities like Stingray City.

#2 Travel Destination to plan for in 2024 is travel to Bucharest, Romania. Bucharest is budget-friendly and brings Eastern European adventure.

#3 Travel Destination for 2024 is Tokyo, Japan.

What is the risk of traveling right now?

Curious to know what places the U.S. government warns against travel to includes Mexico where each state is assessed separately for travel advisory levels. Of the 32 states in Mexico. 6 are designated as Level 4: Michoacan, Sinaloa, Colima, Guerrero,Tamaulipas and Zacatecas.

You may be surprised to learn that Sweden is designated a Level 2 country due to terrorism as the primary risk factor in the country. France, which saw nationwide protests throughout 2023, has civil unrest and terrorism noted as risk factors for its Level 2 status.