Top 5 Places to Visit This Spring

If you’re looking for an epic adventure for this spring break, you’ve come to the right place. Below are five of the most sought-after destinations in the world as they beautiful, historical, and culturally rich. Knock a thing or two off your bucket list by visiting one or more of these awe-inspiring locations and partake in once in a lifetime activities. 

1. Lake Como, Italy

Lake Como is one if the deepest in Europe and the third largest in Italy. It portrays picturesque views against the foothills of the Alps, and is surrounded by many delightful villages and town. Visit the glorious Y shaped lake to go on an exciting boat tour, or visit one of the many beaches to go sailing or windsurfing. You may also opt to explore villages such as Tremezzina and Menaggio, as they are filled with small boutiques, restaurants, and shops to provide you with souvenirs, clothes, and local cuisine. Also, learn about the history of the area when you visit famous historical villas like the Villa Melzi d’Eril in Bellagio.

2. Disko Bay, Greenland

Visit the largest bay in Greenland and discover the countless majestic whales and birds species who inhabits the area. You can also partake in fun activities such as boat touring among the massive icebergs, riding dog sleds along the icy hills, and kayaking in areas like Aasiaat. Furthermore, you may hike along the Qeqertarsuaq trails to spot the peculiar volcanic rocks and the brown basalt mountains, as well as visit the UNESCO world heritage site of the Ilulissat Icefjord to view the Sermeq Kujalleq, one of the fastest glaciers in the world.

3. Petra, Jordan

The Rose City of Petra has become one of the Seven Wonders of the World, due to its extraordinary architecture and the red color stones from which it is carved. When in Petra, be sure to visit its most famous tourist attraction; The Treasury. It is completely carved out of the sand stone mountains and was built as a tomb for the Nabataean King Aretas III. You can also visit many other historical sites such as the Colonnaded Street, the Great Temple, and the Monastery. To make this educational adventure even more exciting you can opt to ride on donkeys and camels through the city.

4. Orkney Island, Scotland

The archipelagic Island is located at the northeastern coast of Scotland and is famous for its old and best-preserved Neolithic sites. Visit and learn about some of its most astonishing and famous locations like the Saint Magnus Cathedral, the Old Man of Hoy, the Ring of Brodgar, the Highland Park Distillery, and the Marwick Head. Furthermore, the city’s diverse landscape allows for many different types of outdoor activities including walking, fishing, golfing, and cycling. You may also go diving, snorkeling or kayaking in the beautiful waters. 

5. Rock Island, Palau

Visit the largest bay in Greenland and discover the countless majestic whales and birds species who inhabits the area. You can also partake in fun activities such as boat touring among the massive icebergs, riding dog sleds along the icy hills, and kayaking in areas like Aasiaat. Furthermore, you may hike along the Qeqertarsuaq trails to spot the peculiar volcanic rocks and the brown basalt mountains, as well as visit the UNESCO world heritage site of the Ilulissat Icefjord to view the Sermeq Kujalleq, one of the fastest glaciers in the world.

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