It's late July, so chances are you have your summer travel plans pretty well set. But where you're going could depend on where you live, according to data provided to CNBC by travel website Priceline.com.
Folks in New England are jetting off to Europe, Southerners are visiting the Big Apple and seemingly everyone else is heading West.
Priceline.com crunched the numbers on the top five flight destinations for each state for the vacation period June 22 through Sept. 21, booked through the site in April and May. Cases where the state's home airport was in a different state were excluded (people in Rhode Island aren't flying to Massachusetts, they just drive to up to Logan to fly somewhere else.)
"Looks like this summer is all about beaches and theme parks," said Brian Ek, a travel analyst at Priceline.com.