It is that time of year again. Looking for the best place to take your family or friends after a long time? Don't worry, we've got you covered. Here are some of the locations you should take into consideration.
There are many reasons to love Nova Scotia. With stunning scenery, delicious seafood, and friendly locals, Cape Breton offers a particularly idyllic summer getaway with spectacular natural beauty, beautiful beaches, live traditional Celtic music nightly, and opportunities to see whales, dolphins, seals, puffins, bald eagles, and more. Seafood is especially well known in the state, and anything on your dinner plate could have been caught that morning in the frigid waters of the North Atlantic. If you have time, enjoy a scenic drive along the Cabot Trail, a road that winds along the coastal cliffs. Our famous rosso verona marble is also from Cape Breton which is another reason we love this place.
Cancun is a haven for nature lovers and adventure seekers, as there is so much to do here. Dive and snorkel in the area's mystical cenotes (limestone sinkholes) nearby, or spend the day on the beach, on a jet ski, or parasailing. Cancun is the perfect place to relax in the sun or a spa, spend the day on one of its seven different golf courses, or take in stunning ocean views while practicing your swing. Of course, before all of that, there are lots of places to stay in Cancun for you to settle down before jumping to all of its magnificent attractions. For a taste of culture, visit the Maya Museum in Cancun. Hundreds of artifacts found at the Yucatan Peninsula's most famous archaeological sites are on display. Afterward, check out the ruins that dot the surrounding area, such as El Rey, El Meco, Tulum, Muir, Coba, and more.
Locals and visitors alike appreciate the beauty of California's breathtaking Gulf Coast cities. When the weather gets too cold, you can enjoy many indoor activities such as: visiting the Cable Car Museum, driving down the world's most crooked streets, the Golden Gate Bridge and Lombard Street, and visiting the California Science Museum, one of the world's largest, most innovative, and eco-friendly natural history museums. You can explore the academy. Weather permitting, take the ferry to Alcatraz Island, stroll through the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood, visit the zoo, and see this legendary prison and people-watching site. Whatever the weather, don't miss a bowl of sourdough bread soup served at Fisherman's Wharf and elsewhere in town.
No matter where you are in Ireland, you don't have to deal with scorching heat. The average summer temperature for the majority of the country is 60 degrees. Pack an umbrella or rain jacket for a foggy morning and explore some of the most spectacular scenery on earth. The walk from Loch Tay to Loch Dunn is particularly breathtaking, with spectacular views everywhere you look of the towering Ruggala Mountains, calm rivers, and bright emerald hues. Both lakes have been the setting for numerous movies and TV shows. This is also the time when the heathers are in bloom, and you can see the purple and maroon sea beyond the marshy cotton hills and fields that dot the landscape.
Visit Edinburgh, home to many great outdoor festivals, including the Mera Festival, which celebrates diverse cultures through arts, crafts, food, and performance. Don't miss Edinburgh Castle, a historic fort that dominates the city skyline. You can also seek out some of Scotland's most scenic and secluded locations, including the Isle of Harris, the largest of the Outer Hebrides. It is home to Luskentyre Beach, one of the most picturesque beaches in the world. The second largest island in the country, the Isle of Skye is a patchwork of unique geological formations, rugged mountains, sparkling lakes, and towering cliffs. There are also numerous hiking trails to explore, as well as many castles and farmhouse museums. And of course, don't forget the famous Loch Ness with its famous legend.
Spread across 14 islands, Stockholm averages 22°C in summer. Even if it's not hot in the heat, you can swim in freshwater and sail between the islands overlooking the Baltic Sea to the east. Enjoy fresh and incredibly delicious fish at Nystekt Strömmingvagnen, explore medieval history in the Old Town of Gamla Stan, and enjoy panoramic views of Stockholm from the Town Hall Tower. A fun, family-friendly museum, the Skansen Open Air Museum, hosts all kinds of exhibitions, with people in period costumes demonstrating crafts and waves of past life. There is also a zoo area where you can see animals such as wolverines, elk, bears, and seals.
The picturesque capital of Oslo has many interesting attractions, as well as world-class art galleries and museums. After dark, experience the city's vibrant nightlife, from opera to live indie rock bands. The largest city in Northern Norway, Tromso is known as the "Capital of the Arctic" and is internationally famous for its numerous 18th-century wooden houses and the incredible beauty of its natural surroundings. Located north of the Arctic Circle, it keeps you cool. Explore the Arctic Museum and Arctic Aquarium, then take the cable car up Mount Storsteinen for more impressive mountain and fjord views.
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