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America’s 5 Most Stunning SPRING Destinations

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The spring season 2017 has just started and it is high time you started thinking about your perfect USA spring destination to visit with your loved ones.

The sunny days are beautiful in your city too, we’re sure, but spring is the most exciting time to go exploring some of the most stunning locations in America.

This is exactly why we’ve compiled this lively list of top 5 American spring destinations where you’ll get the most bang for your buck.

Buckle up!

5. Santa Fe, NM

Santa Fe offers amazing views of the desert adorned with terracotta-hued, adobe-style buildings. This beautiful city can be too hot to handle in the summer, so spring is definitely the best time to go there, with just-right temperatures between the 60s and 80s.

You will want to spend the entire day outside, which is kind of the point of travelling in the spring, right?

4. Napa Valley, CA

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If you love wine, Napa Valley is your destination. Being America’s most famous wine region, it is no wonder most visitors come in the summer and fall when there’s harvest going on, so if you don’t like sharing a stunning destination with a plethora of other tourists, visiting Napa Valley in spring is the perfect solution.

Temperature peaks range from 60s to 70s, and the area’s gorgeous Californian weather is ideal for exploring, cycling, or visiting all those glorious vineyards.

3. San Antonio, TX

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San Antonio is truly a big city that has that appealing small-town feel. The city is flooded with magical outdoor spaces that are simply made for spending time in the sun. The temperatures climb from the 70s into the 90s throughout the season, which means you will be having a genuine spring/summer experience.

Some of the locations you simply must visit are:

  • Alamo
  • Riverwalk
  • San Juan and Espada missions,
  • McAllister Park

2. Eugene, OR

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Although it is Portland that usually gets all the attention, we think that Oregon’s second largest city is far more interesting, beautiful, and – this will be crucial to some – cheaper. The city is cradled in the stunning Willamette Valley and endowed with numerous green spaces that will take your breath away.

Don’t forget to check out the Spencer Butte, a popular hiking landmark that stands over 2,000ft-tall; but also the Owen Memorial Rose Garden, which houses more than 400 types of roses, alongside the oldest cherry tree in the country dating back to 1847.

1. Silver Lake, MI (And Its Sand Dunes Area)

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Who knew that Michigan had such a beauty? The Silver Lake is surely an eye-candy, but the Sand Dunes are pretty much as close to the Sahara Desert as you’ll get in the US.

Springtime is a perfect slot to come here to escape all the crowds, while the temperatures peak in the high 60s to low 70s, making it ideal weather for exploring this gem.

There are also the surrounding towns of Hart, Pentwater, and Mears, which have rich histories and quaint historic buildings you simply must check out.