Google Zeitgeist has released a list of the most searched destinations around the world for 2013.
From the places where most Australians look to vacation to Americans' top destination wedding searches, take a look at the list's highlights.
The most-searched destination (by search volume) by Australians is Disneyland.
The most-searched destination (by search volume) by people in New Zealand is Australia.
The most-searched destination (by search volume) by people in United Arab Emirates is London.
The most-searched destination (trending) by people in the United Kingdom is Rome.
Americans' top search (trending) for destination wedding locations is Mexico.
Followed by No. 2, the Bahamas.
And No. 3, Kauai.
Americans' top search (trending) for honeymoon locations is New Zealand.
Followed by No. 2, Cancun.
And No. 3, Maldives.
John Palminteri photo
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