“We live in a wonderful world that is full of beauty, charm and adventure. There is no end to the adventures we can have if only we seek them with our eyes open.” ― Jawaharlal Nehru
As spring is slowly approaching, I’m pretty sure that you are all planning your next big vacation. In the meantime, why not satisfy your restless traveller’s souls with a quick weekend getaway in one of these 3 lovely places:
Cinque Terre and Florence, Italy
This is one the most obvious ones for anyone who’s planning on visiting Tuscany. Usually a tourist favourite for the May holidays, I think that Cinque Terre could look really beautiful and less crowdy at the beginning of spring. If you ever find yourself there, click here, so you’ll be prepared! 😉
Florence is also a big hit with travellers. And Cinque Terre and Florence are actually a great combo. You can stop for a few days wandering the streets of Firenze and then continue on towards Cinque Terre for a completely different vibe. And don’t forget to stop in Pisa along the way, of course! Click here for Two Days in Florence Travel Guide!
If you ask me, no travel list is complete without my beloved Budapest. I still don’t know why but there’s just something about this place that I really connect with. There’s a lot of great architecture, amazing food (about which I wrote here) and fun nightlife, plus the boho and artsy side of the city are blooming. You can tell that I really like it because there are well three blog posts on Budapest on my blog. 🙂
Last but not least, one last year’s more pleasant surprises – the city of Granada! I recommend you visit Granada in the springtime because I travelled there during summer and it was very beautiful but also boiling hot. Why visit? Because one of the most visited monuments in Spain is located there – Alhambra. Plus, the food was delicious, which is always a plus, isn’t it? Find out more on what to see and do in my Granada travel guide by clicking here!
What are your top choices for places to travel to this spring?
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