by Mark Albert
The rush to book Labor Day travel is on.
A plurality of Americans—48%—who are looking for a getaway to celebrate the traditional end of Summer are planning a trip of three days or less, according to a new Global Travel Insights report from Sojern.
Thirty-three percent of travelers want to spend four to seven days on their trip, while the remaining 31% of vacationers will spend more than 12 days.
Popular Labor Day Travel Destinations
An analysis of booking trends by Sojern shows Miami as the top beach destination for late summer travel.
Cancun came in second, followed by Myrtle Beach, San Juan, and Honolulu.
For sightseeing or recreational trips, Orlando captured the top spot, followed by London, Chicago, Paris, and Rome.
For metropolitan destinations during Labor Day travel, Las Vegas was the winner, followed by New York City, London, Chicago, and Los Angeles.