5 Spring Break Destinations for Adults

Spring Break

Howdy! Spring Break is right around the corner. As you a child, you remember that week off from school. Maybe you visited grandparents or took a family vacation skiing. As you got older, Spring Break was all about the beach and partying like a total rock star. And then the real world hit and you became a grown-up and you think, I can’t do Spring Break. I am here to tell you, you can!

Spring Break is the perfect opportunity to relax and recenter yourself! Today we are going to share 5 Spring Break destinations for the adults where you can still have fun without the week long hangover that follows.

Venice, Italy

Traveling to Europe isn’t just for the summer. Italy in the spring is absolutely beautiful! Your average temperatures hover around 55° for the highs allowing you to explore in absolute comfort. Your can’t miss sights include Piazza San Marco, Saint Marks Basilica, Doge’s Palace, St. Mark’s Clocktower, and the Bridge of Sighs. 

Grab a bite to eat and enjoy a glass of Italian wine at any of the local restaurants and bars. And no visit is complete without a gondola ride down the Grand Canal. Cruise by the palazzi and see where Casanova once lived.

Guanacaste, Costa Rica

If you are looking for warmer weather, head to Costa Rica where you can enjoy average temperatures of 94°  in and virtually no rain. Relax along their pristine beaches. You can choose between a variety of experiences depending on the vacation you are looking for.

What once was a small fishing village has now become a popular tourist town and retiree community. Playas del Coco is only 25 minutes from Liberia airport and offers the best beach town on the Papagayo Peninsula.

Tamarindo is where you will find great surfing and the most gorgeous sunsets you have ever seen. It is also a great place for those looking for fun nightlife.

For the ultimate in luxury head to Flamingo, where you will find ocean view mansions. It is also perfect for water activities like fishing, snorkeling, and scuba diving.

Salem, Massachusetts

Salem is more than just Halloween, although the weather might make you feel like its fall. Average highs hover around 45° in March.

You can visit the Salem Witch Museum, The Witch House, Peabody Essex Museum, and House of the Seven Gables. And the Deacon Giles Distillery is an absolute must-try. You can enjoy their very own vodka, gin, rums and many other spirits.

No visit to Massachusetts would be complete without having some New England Clam Chowder! The perfect meal to warm you up after a long day of exploring!

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

For the ultimate romantic Spring Break vacation, head to Amsterdam. Surrounded by storybook scenery, you can explore the Rijksmuseum as well as the Van Gogh Museum-home to the world’s largest Van Gogh collection.

Step back in time and visit the Anne Frank House. And for delicious e°ateries and shopping head to Dam Square and Jourdan.

You will enjoy 45-55° weather, where you are surrounded by water, without the crowded streets of summer time. 

Santa Barbara, California

Head to sunny California, or more specifically Santa Barbara, where you will enjoy mid to late 60’s weather.

Stearns Warf early in the morning is where you can watch the fishing boats unload their catch. You can buy straight from them for the freshest seafood possible. You can also enjoy wine tastings and a variety of shopping and dining options.

Walk through the mile-long Botanical Garden, where you will find native plants to California included Redwood trees!

Hiking lovers will absolutely enjoy hiking Inspiration Point. Full of breathtaking views of the coastline and the Channel Islands, visitors can chose between a short 3.5 mile hike or the complete 7 miles hike. Either way, you won’t regret the views!

Spring Break Awaits!

Call your Travel Guru to book your Spring Break holiday today! They can provide you with the ideal spring break destination complete with pricing, things to see and do, and where to stay and eat! Oh, and if you need a payment plan to fund your next adventure-we got those too!


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