Spring has sprung! The air is fresh and it is a perfect time to use that tax refund on a fun vacation! Here are the best places to visit during the Spring.
Get lost in the Cherry Blossoms, also known sakura, in the city of Ōsaka. These stunning pink Cherry Blossoms cradle the white Osaka Castle, which is a must see.
Amsterdam comes to life in the spring. The tulips will be blossoming and the weather will be perfect for a boat or bike ride through the city.
Two weeks after Easter, Seville celebrates Feria de Abril. This week long celebration is filled with dancing, eating, singing, and bull fighting.
All you need to know about Paris in the spring can be summed up in the famous song “Paris in April” which has been performed from everyone from Louis Armstrong to Ella Fitzgerald.
“I never knew the charm of spring I never met it face to face I never new my heart could sing I never missed a warm embrace
‘Til April in Paris, chestnuts in blossom Holiday tables under the trees April in Paris, this is a feeling That no one can ever reprise
I never knew the charm of spring I never met it face to face I never new my heart could sing I never missed a warm embrace
‘Til April in Paris Whom can I run to What have you done to my heart”
Paris is even more enchanting in the Spring time. Wander in museums, savor the wine, and walk amongst the parks and waterways.
Spring time is one of the most affordable times to fly to Chicago, according to Travelandleisure.com. Chicago has become one of the most popular cities to visit for young people. This city has an awesome food and beer scene, and has lots of museums and sights to keep you busy. Make sure to take a jacket with you because you still might be getting a bit of a winter breeze while you are there.
Los Angeles, California
It is hard to find a time in the year where Los Angeles doesn’t have great weather. Spring time in LA is a great time for hikes and walking around. Also, if you go for during a work week, it would be the perfect time to go to museums. Because the museums in LA are so popular and well known, they can get pretty packed on the weekends. If you go during the week, you may be able to beat some of those lines for awesome exhibits like the Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirrored Room at the Broad Museum.
Savannah is one of the most hidden gems of the South. Known as the “hostess city of the South”, Savannah has a small town feel, yet has a plethora of things to do and eat. The cobble stone streets, historic homes, small cafes, and mammoth oak trees make Savannah one of the most enchanting cities in the U.S. It also features a great food scene with James Beard Award-winning chef Hugh Acheson’s restaurant, The Florence, and the historic Old Pink house that has preserved it’s 18th century sophisticated southern mansion charm.