The best cities to visit in spring
There are a lot of people who prefer to travel in spring, rather than in winter or summer. The weather is fine, neither too cold, nor too hot. The hotels are cheaper and as many people save their vacations for summer, the majority of places will not be too crowded.
“I Need Tours” has prepared a list of beautiful cities around the world that you can enjoy in this wonderful time of the year.
Summer means too much people over a small island, so take the benefit from this time of the year to visit its medieval towns, ancient temples and vineyards. Beat the crowds and have the beautiful beaches all to yourself.
There is no better time to visit New York than in spring when "the city that never sleeps" comes into bloom with an array of exciting events and festivals, plus a shower of cherry blossoms providing the most gorgeous setting for a spring city break.
March and April are peak tulip season in the Netherlands, which makes it the ideal time to visit. Lisse is home to Keukenhof, a garden that houses a variety of colorful bulbs. The park allows guests to ogle over seven million flowers each year.
DC have the most cherry blossoms, and its fair share of beautiful trees, too. The city comes to life every spring as the trees bloom, but it is also a great time to take in the country's history. The museums and attractions won't be nearly as crowded as they will be during the summer, when school is out.
The beginning of March bring incredible weather to the charming waterside city. If you want to beat the crowds that flock during the late spring and early summer, head over in April for low hotel fares and cheaper flights.
Valencia is always a favourite destination at this time of year. Visiting the city in March and April and it will usually be warm enough to wear a T-shirt and hop on a tram to the beach, or cycle through the Jardines del Turia.
Dublin, the capital of Ireland, is even more alive on sunny spring days with numerous music and cooking festivals, walks and discoveries.