Where to Travel in March?
March is just around the corner! Which means that it’s officially time for your next spring holiday!
We are very resourceful and so we put together the best and only the best places around the world for you to visit that Month.
1. Valencia – Spain
Spring is the perfect time to visit Spain. This is exactly when all the outdoor festivals, celebrations and music events start. In March there is a Las Fallas festival which lasts a whole week and features a display of a giant papier-mâché sculpture. Visitors who get tired of the music and noise can escape to the picturesque beaches. Learn more about the architecture or just enjoy the delicious tapas and wine.
If you’re looking to venture out a little further- Nepal is a great place for a trip in March. It is indeed the blooming season so you will be able to enjoy the local nature in all its glory. Nepal is great for an active holiday. You can go for a hike across lowland villages or challenge yourself to hike up the Himalayas. It has a huge number of beautiful historical temples and heritage buildings too.
3. South Africa
What is there not to see in South Africa? You will find an extraordinary amount of national parks and beautiful sights there. Explore Cape Town or go on a Safari, there is an amazing range of things to do and see in South Africa. It is also a an amazing time of the year to catch some sun!
4. Chamonix – France
If you’re looking for a nice escape to the mountains and countryside – visit Chamonix, France. You can stay in a cosy chalet, looking over the pine trees and hilltops. March can be a great month for a mountainside bbq with your favourite people. Smell the pine while recharging your batteries in the most relaxing way.
5. Sorrento – Italy
Last, but not least is the amazing Amalfi coast of Italy. In March, you will be able to enjoy the whole 8 hours of sun – much needed after gloomy winter. Feel like you’re a part of an old Italian movie. Enjoy the amazing Italian food, wine and limoncello. Enjoy those while you overlook the harbour. If you have some time left from all the indulgence, you can visit the local monasteries which are indeed Sorrento’s architectural pride.