Top 5 Spring Travel Destinations

Spring provides the perfect opportunity to escape everyday life and head off on a fun vacation either alone or with your friends and/or family. After all, the sun will be finally starting to shine, and the flowers will be in bloom.

If, however, you are scratching your head about where to visit on your next break away in the US, check out the best places to travel in spring.

Maui

You cannot go wrong with Hawaii when planning a fun spring vacation in the US. However, with many diverse landscapes to choose from, you might be unsure about the best island to visit.

One destination that never fails to disappoint is Maui, which is world-renowned for its beautiful beaches, delicious cuisine, and breathtaking views. When you’re not lounging on one of Maui’s colorful beaches (which are white, black and red), you can enjoy many watersports on the picturesque island, such as:

  • Snorkeling
  • Scuba diving
  • Sailing
  • Surfing
  • Kitesurfing
  • Windsurfing

You also have the option to hike up Haleakala Crater, a 10,023 ft. summit, which will allow you to fall asleep under the stars. It is one vacation you’re unlikely ever to forget.

Los Angeles

There is something for everyone in the Golden State. Whether you want your spring vacation to be filled with fun, beauty, history or adventure, there is an unforgettable trip awaiting you in California.

The crown jewel of Cali is, of course, Los Angeles. Not only can you live a celebrity lifestyle during your stay, but you can visit the Walk of Fame, Universal Studios Hollywood, Disneyland Park and, of course, the Hollywood Sign.

Miami

Spring in USA doesn’t get much better than Miami. Whether you want to indulge in a unique cuisine, party in utter style or spend your vacation on a world-class beach, The Magic City will not let you down.

The pet-friendly, BBQ ready beaches are an ideal way to embrace the first signs of the sun in spring, as temperatures can reach between 82 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit come April. However, there is never a bad time to visit, as the city is blessed with beautiful sunshine 12 months of the year.

Miami is also a foodie’s paradise, as you can indulge in flavorsome Latin American cuisine, which can perfectly complement a hot cup of Cuban coffee. Of course, the biggest reason to visit Miami is for its many famous nightclubs, which regularly feature sets from some of the world’s biggest and best DJs.

Denver

One destination not to be overlooked is Denver. While temperatures are on the rise come spring, you can still hit the Rockies to enjoy a spot of skiing on the remaining snow.

The City of Plains is the perfect place for those looking for a fun, relaxing vacation with their family. With temperatures reaching as high as the mid-70s, it’s the perfect time of year to explore the city’s many beautiful parks, The Garden of the Gods, and the Denver Botanic Gardens.

The Mile High City also regularly offers many free museum days, which both young and old will love. For example, you could easily spend the day at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, which offers:

  • Space exhibits
  • Science experiments
  • Dinosaur fossils

The little ones will also love a trip to the Children’s Museum of Denver, which offers interactive exhibits that will trigger your kids’ imaginations and passion for various subjects.

There are also plenty of fun activities and attractions for adults, too, as you can visit the birthplace of one of America’s much-loved beers: Coors Brewery. You’ll learn more about the history of the iconic brewery and will even have an opportunity to enjoy some free samples.

San Antonio

San Antonio, Texas’s second largest city, is currently experiencing a cultural revival, as its culinary scene is exploding, and it now offers many superb museums and events you won’t want to miss, which make it one of the best places to travel in spring 2019.

Of course, no trip to River City would be complete until you have visited The Alamo, which is an iconic Spanish colonial fortress compound that was founded by Roman Catholic missionaries during the 18th century.

Once day turns into night, make your way to Paramour, which is an 8,000 square-foot space at the top of Phipps Building, which provides stunning views at sunset and allows you to breathe in the beauty of the River Walk and the city skyline.