Google has helped most travelers figure out how to go about their travels. Below are some of the cities that search engines from all over the world have received most of in the past year. Take heed; this might give you some ideas on where to go next.

There is absolutely no place in the world quite like Japan. According to Google, the age range of people who express interest to visit the capital of Tokyo is mid 20s to mid 30s, and true enough, this place is youthful, strange, and energetic. The food is simply some of Asia's best and most unique, and the people are the nicest creatures you'll ever meet.

Hong Kong is a definite must-visit if you're in Southeast Asia and looking for a place to do some serious shopping and eating. If you have enough time, try and visit the nearby Macau, too (it's only less than an hour away) for some Chinese-Portuguese influences.  

Conde Nast Traveler reported the Google data as saying that Reykjavik, Iceland is the country where most women (around their 20s and 30s), plan to go because it's been hailed as one of the safest places for solo travelers.  Another highlight that's very difficult to find elsewhere? The Northern Lights, of course (September to April is the best time to visit if this is what you plan to do-but remember that it is never guaranteed that you will actually see them).

Mexico has always been a popular tourist destination, but it is only recently that Mexico City, its capital and most populous city is getting this much attention.  One of the main attractions is the food, of course-from the cheap and delicious street carnitas to the sinful but oh-so-worth it chicharrones, this is the place where you can eat well without breaking the bank.