Daydreaming about your next getaway? You're not alone — and in fact, you may be fantasizing about the same destination as your next door neighbour.

Canadians are on the same page when it comes to their travel bucket list, according to a new poll. For the second year in a row, Honolulu and the Egyptian pyramids ranked number one as the top city and landmark Canucks want to visit.

The RBC Travel Rewards Poll reveals Canadians consider their budget most when planning a trip, followed by where their family and friends want to go and whether they can get a bargain.

"Canadians love to travel and they dream about going to world-class cities and historic destinations," says Donna Lue-Atkinson, vice-president of Global Loyalty Programs and Rewards for RBC. "The aspiration to travel beyond Canadian borders is certainly there."

The majority of people who belong to a reward program want to put their points toward travel and they'll spend months — even years — saving up to make their dream trip a reality, explains Lue-Atkinson.

"Their research and what they're actually doing goes hand-in-hand," she says, adding Hawaii is the seventh (out of 10) most popular place people book through RBC's travel rewards program. "The ability to use those points to offset your costs is making travel affordable and attainable."

A report from Hotels.com earlier this year found that the United States remains a popular country for Canucks to visit. Atlantic City, Washington, San Francisco and Boston were among the top destinations Canadians planned to explore.

And it appears the trend toward booking online is here to stay. The poll found that the majority of Canadians, or 56 per cent, plan to make their own travel arrangements online while 19 per cent will use a travel agent, 12 per cent will get help by phone and 18 per cent will leave the planning up to a family member or friend.

But Canadians don't plan on being away from home for too long. Forty per cent said a week away is enough while 30 per cent think their next trip will keep them exploring for two to three weeks.

Here's their list of the top cities and landmarks Canadians want to visit. Don't see your dream destination on the list? Let us know in the comments where your wanderlust will take you next:

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  • 5. Top Cities Canadians Want To Visit

    The city that never sleeps ranked fifth, with six per cent of poll respondents wanting to get lost in New York City's boroughs.

  • 5. Top Cities Canadians Want To Visit

    Sin City ties with New York for fifth place, with six per cent of respondents wanting to try their luck in Las Vegas.

  • 4. Top Cities Canadians Want To Visit

    London, which celebrated the Queen's Diamond Jubilee and hosted the Summer Games this year, ranked fourth with nine per cent of poll respondents wanting to go there.

  • 3. Top Cities Canadians Want To Visit

    Rome took third place, with 11 per cent of respondents saying they would like to wander the Italian capital.

  • 2. Top Cities Canadians Want To Visit

    Paris was the second most popular city among respondents. Twelve per cent said they want to see the City of Lights.

  • 1. Top Cities Canadians Want To Visit

    For the second year in a row, poll respondents voted Honolulu (13 per cent) as their top city destination.

  • 4. Top Tourist Landmarks

    Nine per cent of poll respondents said the Canadian Rockies is on their travel hit list.

  • 4. Top Tourist Landmarks

    Tied for fourth place with the Rockies, nine per cent said they'd like to experience walking on the Great Wall of China.

  • 3. Top Tourist Landmarks

    A popular tourist attraction for families, 10 per cent of respondents want to experience the magic of Disney World.

  • 2. Top Tourist Landmarks

    The stunning ruins of Machu Picchu have 11 per cent of poll respondents saying they'd go there.

  • 1. Top Tourist Landmarks

    Once again, Egypt's pyramids rank number one as the top landmark Canadians want to see with their own eyes.