As the year draws to a close, we’re desperately trying to squeeze a last-minute getaway in before the inevitable Christmas crush.But with festive flight deals invading our inbox, it can prove impossible to know where to kick-start our holiday planning.Thankfully, we’ve tracked down the 20 most searched-for holiday destinations of 2018 so you can finally cross off one of the hot spots you didn’t get a chance to see (or ‘gram) this year.Family favourites Cyprus, Malta and Benidorm proved popular in 2018 with Tenerife unsurprisingly stealing the top spot.When it comes to chic city breaks, Amsterdam played host to countless Brits alongside Dublin, Barcelona and Rome.Those itching for adventure were scouring the Internet for all things Aussie (we’re pretty sure Harry and Meghan have something to do with our newfound wanderlust).So if you’re itching to escape the manic run-up to Christmas, look no further for inspiration as we count down this year’s most searched-for holiday destinations from New York to Thailand.How many have you visited?Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK: The most ridiculously expensive hotels in the UK – are they worth it?15 of the best campsites in EuropeThe best British destinations for a weekend away
Samuel L Jackson and Ryan Reynolds took a break from filming in Amsterdam this week to pose for photos with a gang of nuns after being mobbed between takes. One nun even took the opportunity to plant a smacker on the cheek of ‘Pulp Fiction’ star Samuel L Jackson who’s in the Dutch capital with Reynolds shooting his new film ‘The Hitman’s Bodyguard’. Whether the nuns are ‘Deadpool’ fans is not clear, but they sure seemed taken with Reynolds who seemed to keep his character’s foul-mouth quips in check for this holy encounter. ‘The Hitman’s Bodyguard’ is an action comedy, directed by ‘The Expendables 3′s Patrick Hughes, based on the 2011 Blacklist-shortlisted script by Tom O’Connor.