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6 Hottest Vacation Spots

Updated on May 31, 2018
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I love to write travel articles. I thought this would help anybody who is looking for a place to go for vacation.

6. Miami, Florida

Miami is definitely hot thanks to it's spicy salsa culture and Latin roots.The beautiful city offers it's residents and visitors tons of fun things to do like dancing the night away in a nightclub, dining at one of their fancy restaurants, or getting a tan on their beaches. Aside from the things I just listed as a visitor you'll want to get in as much sightseeing as possible.

So I recommend the Delight in Art Deco on Ocean Drive. The Art Deco District has 800 buildings that were made between the 1920s and 1940s. Ocean Drive is located North of Fifth Street. Walk along there and stop by the Art Deco District and Welcome Center for Audio tours.

Another tourist attraction is the Lincoln Road Mall. The mall offers it's customers the best stores and boutiques with coffee shops, lounges, and venues. There's a parking garage, high-end retail, and Balans, one of the mall's most popular restaurants.

#5. New York City

New York City is well known for it's impressive structural buildings, historical landmarks, and amazing tourists attractions. Trying to visit the whole city in one trip is impossible. So you should visit the must-sees – The Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building, Central Park, and the Art Museum. Enjoy shopping in the West Village and eating on the upper west side. The City also has a glamorous Broadway Theater set in Times Square.

The best time to travel to New York is basically all year round. January is their coldest month. The city provides people with many options of transportation such as subways, buses, and trains. Hotels are glamorous but expensive. They range between $140 and $159.

#4. San Juan, Puerto Rico

Traveling to the city of San Juan is a golden opportunity to learn about Puerto Rico's culture. Experience it's roots as you explore the neighborhood of El Viejo San Juan which is mostly Spanish buildings. If you want to dive deep into their rich history, visit the El Castillo San Felipe Del Morror, a sixteenth century citadel which is a world heritage sight.

After a day of learning about history, engorge yourself at Laquillo or Carolina beach. Then perhaps take a tour to the Bacardi Rum Plant.

#3. Aspen, Colorado

Located in Colorado's snowy mountains, Aspen is a winter resort town but visitors can still come there in the summertime. They can go hiking, biking, and go on horseback tours. There's a lot more to do there in the summertime actually. You can play golf, go rock climbing, and fishing. They also have a Aspen Music Festival which starts in June and ends in August.

Now if you plan to come to come to Aspen in the wintertime, you can go cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing. There's also fly-fishing and hot air ballooning. In the evening grab a delicious dinner at one of their amazing restaurants. After dinner go to a show at Belly Up which is Aspen's live music venue where artists perform.

#2. Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona, the capital of Spain, is mostly known for it's beautiful art and impressive architecture. Visit the Sagrada Famillia Church and the history museum MUHBA. Several of Spain's buildings were designed by Atoni Gaudi, a Catalan architect.

Visitors should also check out Gaudi's Church of the Sacred Family. After that take a trip to Park Guell. Drink some Sangria in a sidewalk cafe while you watch street performers. Then grab some food at a tapas bar.

#1. New Orleans, Louisiana

New Orleans, Louisiana is one of the best vacation spots to visit especially during this time of year. If you were looking for gorgeous weather, amazing food, and great entertainment, then New Orleans is the place to go. Mardi Gras is coming in February and is sometimes referred to as ''The Greatest Show on Earth''. Tons of visitors come to Mardi Gras for days of parades and revelry.

Visit the beautiful scenery of the historical French Quarter. Take a tour of the Garden District and take in all of excitement of Frenchmen Street. Frenchmen Street is where all of the bars and restaurants are located. They provide their customers with live jazz music for a more cozier setting.

After that visit the Voodoo Museum or take part in a ghost or vampire tour through the taverns, alleyways, and cemeteries.

© 2018 Taylor Christian


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