What’s trending in Licensing: Slow travel

What’s trending in Licensing: Slow travel

Stay up to date with crucial patterns in Licensing as 500 px’s Art Director, Karen Biilmann, analyzes common threads and present styles throughout our Special Contributor photography submissions. From GenZ travel to trains, here’s what’s trending in the 500 px Licensing Collection.

Detaching and leaving the grid were the most popular 2019 travel styles. We likewise saw individuals gravitating toward solo travel, with numbers increasing by 7%in the in 2015 alone. Travelport evaluated information from the last 12 months, creating travel personalities, and discovered that solo travelers created 18%of all international bookings.

Current information from brooking.com identified that GenZ is leading the solo travel movement with 20%of this age proclaiming the desire to embrace a solo expedition during a gap year prior to they head into post-secondary education.

Sunny day in an old city by Roksolana Baran on 500px.com

Alley Cat by Anthony J Rayburn on 500px.com

Part of the appeal of solo travel is entirely disconnecting with what is comfortable, and discovering yourself as you completely accept your new travel destination.

This might include getting off the grid, following unexpected courses, finding covert gems, and completely immersing yourself in the native culture of your destination.

morning in the mountains by Sam Brockway on 500px.com

the road less traveled by Joshua Herrera on 500px.com

A woman at Holocaust Memorial, Berlin by Morten Byskov - 5050 Travelog on 500px.com

As we dive deeper into this trend, we discover that the location is not the only part of the journey that has actually stood out of tourists.

The experience of getting to the destination has now become part of the travel itinerary– there has been a movement towards more sustainable and environmentally friendly travel choices. While this will typically extend your journey, there are a number of advantages connected with decreasing your travel. In the UK alone, there were 439 million guests who elected train travel in 2019, according to The Workplace of Rail and Road.

Through the train window by Andres Saa on 500px.com

The urge to slow down while taking a trip might likewise be a result of the growing health motion, as wellness continues to be a top concern for millennials.

The global wellness economy is valued at $4.2 trillion, according to the International Wellness Economy Screen Report.

Roadtripping. by Jelle Canipel on 500px.com

Source of life by Halid Kalkan on 500px.com

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