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Boating Holiday Destinations in Europe

March and April are great months to go to many destinations in Europe, but not all are ideal everywhere. Europe is huge and spring time is quite different in the Nordics then it is in the Mediterranean region. So depending upon what type of spring break vacation you’re seeking, whether beach resorts, spring blossoms, cities trips, or cruise trips, you also have a wide selection of different European destinations. I would start with Destinations in Europe in this section as they will give you a good idea of what is available. But before that, let me give you a brief overview of what Europe has to offer you.

Destinations in Europe that I would recommend staying or going to would be: Italy, Switzerland, and Austria. I will give you the main reasons why. The first reason that I can give you is one that I have already mentioned above; namely, the Alps. While there are other things to do in Italy like visiting the luscious cities of Venice, Rome, and Tuscany, a trip to the Alps is by far the most beautiful and breath-taking way to see Europe.

If you are traveling in spring, then taking a country road trip to some of the best places to visit in europe in spring is an excellent idea. For example, in Italy, there are several cities like Bologna, Rome, Venice, Florence, and Milan that you can take a road trip to. On your trip through Italy, you will experience some incredible festivals, sights, and music.

Another spring break destination that you may want to consider when deciding on your spring break destination is Andalusia. Andalusia is located in Spain, and it is the largest of the Spain-owners of provinces that are in southern Spain. One of the best parts about Andalusia is that you can literally have a city vacation with little to no travel time. In other words, if you want to see a few villages, spend a night, and then go back to the city of your choice, then you will have done your whole vacation in less than a day.

Portugal is also a great place to go during your spring breaks because it offers you a beautiful place to stay, great food, and a plethora of activities that you can partake in. For example, if you are a golf lover, then Lisbon can be a great place to play. In addition to Lisbon, there are plenty of other Portuguese cities that are popular places for golfers to play. Some of the places that you can play include Cascais, Belem, Benidorm, and Porto di Imperia. During your time in Portugal, you will also enjoy the beaches there such as the Tivoli Beach, which is just an hour from Lisbon, and the golden sandy beach of the south of Lisbon.

Crete Island is another wonderful destination for your spring break because it has a wonderful weather, as well as wonderful scenery. The island of Crete has been a favorite destination of thousands of tourists for decades. If you would rather spend your time in Greece, then you can do that by traveling to Piraeus, Greece. This destination has a great selection of hotels, and you should be able to find one that suits your budget.

Italy is the third most popular destination for european spring breakers. Italy is the home of the Sistine Chapel, which was built over two centuries ago. It is located in Rome, and offers visitors the best views of the city. Another great attraction of Italy is the Alonnaic Islands which are off the west coast of Italy. These islands are home to some of the best beaches in Europe. Many people choose to spend their days relaxing on the beaches of these islands during their time in Italy.

The UK is the fourth most popular destination for spring breakers, and the United States of America’s southern neighbor offers a great location for you to spend your days off. There are a number of locations in Massachusetts where you can spend your days lounging on the beaches during the hot, sunny weather. While you are basking in the warm temperatures of the spring weather, you will be able to experience the world-famous Amish country. You will be able to take part in an experience with an open mind, as the Amish people are very welcoming to tourists who come to visit.

M Odonoghue

I'm Mike, a keen traveller. I've been drifting around from country to country for several years. At home in a camper van or living out of hotel rooms and always planning my next trip. I love fishing, reading and hiking alone.

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