Ballerific Travel: Spring Break Ideas For 2023

Ballerific Travel: Spring Break Ideas For 2023

Spring break is around the corner, and TSA says travel volumes may exceed pre-pandemic levels.

Travelers have taken no time to get back on the roadways and into the airports. There are endless options to where you can go this spring break.

To help you weigh your options, we researched a diverse list of destinations you can visit this spring break.

Party-goers: You can never go wrong with Cancun, Mexico. It has many bars, nightclubs, and good weather during the spring. The destination is buzzing with people from all over looking to party and has a good time. There’s a downside, though, prices tend to peak during this time of year.

Beach lovers: Miami’s South Beach has a happening beach scene during spring. Like Cancun, with its popping nightlife, Miami Beach, however, has a more laid-back vibe now that the city has implemented new rules. But that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun. There are many bars, clubs, and beach space to kick it.

Relaxers: Santa Monica, California, is a place spring breakers can visit for rest and relaxation. There’s warm weather and many outdoor activities for travelers to enjoy. And if travelers want a city vibe, they can head to Los Angeles, about a 30-minute drive.

Artsy: For travelers who love to expose themselves to culture and art should consider Italy, like Venice, Italy. The canal-filled city is unique with its lagoons and architecture. The city has several monuments and museums for artsy people to visit.

Foodies: Food lovers should trek over to Houston Texa. The Lone State is the home of southern bbq, chili, and Tex-Mex cuisines. The state has warm weather during the spring and several cities to choose from.

Peace-lovers: Thailand is affordable and fun to visit during spring break. Dubbed the land of smiles, Thailand has food, beaches, and nightlife but also a zen vibe for those who love yoga and meditation. There are many meditation resorts to choose from to renew and rejuvenate.

Choose wisely and enjoy.

About Crystal Gross

Crystal joined BallerAlert in 2020 to renew her passion for writing. She is a Kentucky native who now lives in the heart of Atlanta. She enjoys reading, politics, traveling, and of course writing.

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