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11 of the Best Spring Holiday Destinations in Europe and Beyond

Maybe not this, but next year - for sure!

2020 travel season was about to start and we are sharing some travel suggestions for Spring holidays in Europe! 11 top destinations including second biggest city of Lithuania! Check it and get ready for your 2021 Spring's adventure ;)

"I don’t know about you, but for me the arrival of spring gives me a much needed burst of energy as well as sudden urge to book a holiday! Many of my spring trips are usually weekend breaks, but depending on your interests and annual leave allowance, you might be able to head off on a weeklong holiday or even a mighty two-week spring vacation!

Travel tip – March, April and May, often considered a ‘shoulder season’, are some of the best months for US and European city breaks, as they offer the most comfortable temperatures for hitting the streets and exploring cities by foot. I’ve put together a little guide to some of the top destinations to visit in spring – including a lot of great city break options  – but also a couple of far-flung destinations I’d recommend.

Lithuania is a great destination for a spring escape. Until recently Kaunas hadn’t been on many travellers’ radars, but the word is now out about this ‘city of design’ and it’s becoming evermore popular. However, it’s still a great destination for the budget conscious as both accommodation, food and activities are quite cheap.

Its architecture is amazing with the old town and medieval castle juxtaposed with modernist and art deco buildings across other parts of the city.

Food lovers will enjoy the variety of restaurants around the city, and history lovers will particular enjoy visiting the 14th century castle and the Pazaislis Monastery. Kaunas also has a rather large number of museums for a city of its size.

Both Karis and I have visited Kaunas, but sadly only during winter months (also great in their own way!). However, we’d love to go back to experience their Easter celebrations as it appears that Lithuanians celebrate by decorating the streets and squares with large Easter eggs. How cool!"

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