Spring break is a time to look forward to, but it’s also seemingly limited in its scope. For instance, most spring break adventures seem to involve drinking heavily and partying on the sand and sea. Beach, please. We’re not all into the seaside, and for those of us who aren’t, spring break can seem like a dull affair. If you don’t like the beach, you’re pretty much snookered, right?
Well, not necessarily. We get that you’re bored of studying and want to cut loose during spring break, but the number of people who don’t enjoy beaching is growing each year. So there is a definite need for alternative forms of amusement and cultural diversity. Here are some of the top travel destinations to visit during spring break, if you don’t want to spend all your time on a beach.
One of the United States’ most underrated gems, San Fran is a must-visit for anyone who hasn’t been before. It is one of the best parts of California and has some of the best sightseeing opportunities in the country. From the famed Alcatraz experience to the stunning Golden Gate Bridge, this is a city full of opportunity and experiences. And, you could even cap it off by renting a car and driving the coastal roads for some stunning snaps.
If you’re a little stir crazy and you want to escape the hustle and bustle of the US of A, why not hop over the border to the Great White North? Calgary is one of the most scenic parts of Canada, with the breathtaking wilds of Alberta stretched out before you. Spend your days hiking the mountains, and checking out the stunning lakes here. Calgary is becoming a popular tourist destination, and it’s not difficult to understand why.
If there is one city in the world that is perhaps the epicenter of diversity, it’s got to be London. No matter who you are or where you’re from, you’ll find some corner of The Big Smoke where you fit. Not only is this a city steeped in history, but it is also a place with so much to do – a city that never sleeps (sorry NYC!). There are just so many tourist attractions to experience here that you’ll have to take extra time to see them all.
The Irish know how to have a good time, and if that sounds like something in your wheelhouse, Dublin is definitely the city for you. Travel somewhere over the rainbow to find your pot of gold, or should that be Guinness?! Where better to spend spring break than in The Fair City? And, if you’re lucky enough, your spring break may even fall on St. Patrick’s Day!
So, these cities should provide you with more than enough opportunity to have a truly unforgettable spring break, even without the beach! You can travel to these cities, and enjoy a different cultural experience. These are some truly stunning cities, and you need to explore them as soon as you can.