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Where to travel in April

April is a perfect time to pack your bags for the trip that has been getting ignored for long. The weather is pleasant, places are less crowded unlike summers and flights are not as expensive as they are in other seasons. It’s a perfect time to sunbathe and soak in the Vitamin D on a beach or to tick a long awaited bucket list destination. Here are a few top destinations you should visit this April:

Mallorca: Mallorca is a long old traditional island which has undergone changes with a new wave of hotels coming up. It has always been a beautiful spring destination with sun out in its full glory. So, come to Mallorca and get rid of the nemesis of winter.



Paris: Paris is beautiful at all times of the year. It can be visited anytime but there is no better time than April to be in this romantic city. Take in the ambience of the City of Lights with a stroll on the bi-lanes or dinner at the top of the Eiffel Tower.



San Diego: A long coastline, mild temperature, amazing nightlife and mouthwatering cuisines, there is hardly any reason that could stop from visiting San Diego in April. A day spent on the famous Coronado beach is nothing less than flawlessness.



Grand Canyon: If lazing on a beach or a laid back destination is not your cup of tea, Grand Canyon is always waiting for you with a plethora of adventurous activities. The famous trek is a must in Grand Canyon along with hiking, biking and helicopter trips.

Grand Canyon

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