The 5 greatest cities on the earth for touring child boomers

Holidu, a Germany-based travel search engine, has published its 2022 Generation Travel Index. The brand analyzed cities around the world based on factors that matter to the Baby Boomers: people born between 1946 and 1964.

Research has shown that baby boomers spend more money on food when traveling than any other generation and value exploring the great outdoors more than anything else.

Holidu’s Index measures key factors for baby boomers, including various Michelin Guide landscapes, green spaces and restaurants.

#1 Best Cities for Baby Boomers: Singapore, Singapore

Singapore’s capital has been ranked as the best city for baby boomers thanks to its abundance of green spaces.

According to Holidu, 46.5% of the city’s land was covered with green space in 2020, making it one of the greenest cities in the world.

There are also 249 Michelin restaurants in Singapore, of which 52 have at least one star and three at least three stars.

Top 5 Cities for Baby Boomer Travelers

  1. Singapore, Singapore
  2. Kyoto, Japan
  3. Berne, Switzerland
  4. Stockholm, Sweden
  5. Tokyo, Japan

In second place was another Asian city, Kyoto, Japan. Kyoto has the highest ranking of green space and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is also home to 207 Michelin Guide restaurants.

The Swiss capital Bern landed in third place.

Baby boomers love to be outdoors and Bern’s old town, with 100 water features to explore on foot, makes it the perfect spot for the generation.

Bern also scores best for its green spaces and parks.

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Correction: This story has been updated to indicate that no US cities made the Holidu top 5. An earlier version of the story misrepresented the number of US cities among the five.

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