The Most Popular Vacation Spots For Families, According To Kayak

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When it comes to family travel, ease is the name of the game. So it's no wonder that Kayak's 10 most popular family destinations are convenient places to visit.

The flight booking site's 2016 Travel Hacker Guide analyzed search queries from the past year and found that 8 out of the 10 destinations most popular among families do not require a passport. The ones that do are typically a nonstop flight away.

Three of the 10 destinations are all in the Sunshine State, while San Juan, Puerto Rico is a newcomer to the list, jumping three spots since last year.

Check out the complete list below and head to Kayak's 2016 Travel Hacker Guide for more lists on trending destinations.

San Juan, Puerto Rico
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Ideal for families looking for a bit of culture, adventure and relaxation, San Juan, Puerto Rico satisfies every need. Eat dinner in the old part of San Juan for an authentic Puerto Rican meal, hike El Yunque Rain Forest and recharge on a beautiful beach.
San Francisco, California
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Hit the outdoors with an adventure-packed trip to San Francisco. Rent a bike and head to the charming suburb of Sausalito, camp at Stinson beach, take in a concert at The Fillmore and eat everywhere you can.
Miami, Florida
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Looking for something relaxing and fun but not totally remote? Miami is waiting for you.
Cancun, Mexico
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It might be too crowded a place for spring break, but Cancun is one of Mexico's most gorgeous spots, and with family-friendly all-inclusive resorts that will keep everyone happy, what's not to love?
New York, New York
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The best thing about a trip to New York City is that your vacation can be whatever you want it to be -- a history tour, a culture excursion, a foodie paradise, a shopping mecca -- you name it, New York has lots it.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
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You might have gone there for spring break as a college student but Fort Lauderdale, Florida is also a conveniently perfect place to bring your kids -- great weather, great beaches and super easy to get to.
Honolulu, Hawaii
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For many travelers, Honolulu is synonymous to Waikiki Beach, but there are so many additional reasons to go there -- from the food, to the art scene to the epic sunsets.
London, England
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Perhaps the most family-friendly of Europe's top destinations, London, England has enough attractions for younger kids to stay occupied while parents don't have to lock themselves in at an all-inclusive resort. Tour centuries-old castles, hop a ride on a double decker bus, and whatever you go, don't mess with the Queen's Guard.
Los Angeles, California
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In one day, your family can take in some of the country's best contemporary art, eat at the most delicious food trucks and spot celebrities while relaxing on beautiful beaches. Sounds like a great vacation to us.
Orlando, Florida
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Orlando has multiple theme parks, warm temperatures and lots of sunshine. Whether you're headed to the pool or the Magic Kingdom, there's more than enough activities to make everyone happy.

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