Destinations on Google is a feature of Google’s search engine. When victims of wanderlust search for certain travel-related terms, the results will generally show them two tabs. The first tab will display a range of informative videos, reviews, descriptions and photos about areas you’re searching about. More importantly, GOOG will also show you a list of curated itineraries, ideal dates and routes to travel. What’s crazy about the recommended routes is that they’ll be informed by Google Maps - the search giant will use data about where it sees people travelling and how long they’re staying there to suggest a personalized trip for you. This is something that Expedia, Priceline and TripAdvisor can never dream of doing. Those companies also don’t have access to the most widely used search engine in the world, and the incredible volume of people that use it as the first step in travel research. Get the full story at InvestorPlace