Top 10 Summer Travel Spots
The school year has ended, the beginning of a beautiful summer season awaits, an upcoming wedding event or any other occasion is the right time to visit these locations that are the most fun and romantic vacation spots for those sizzling days and hot nightlife.

By Dan Taylor | Jul 28, 2017

The school year has ended, the beginning of a beautiful summer season awaits, an upcoming wedding event or any other occasion is the right time to visit these locations that are the most fun and romantic vacation spots for those sizzling days and hot nightlife. It's a magical season where dreams come true.

10. Kaua'i, Hawaii

It's a classic honeymoon destination thanks to the scenery and tropical climate. Spot humpback whales during June when rates are low, temps are perfection, and the waters are calm. Consider the Grand Hyatt Kaua'i, that stretches across 52 acres on the south shore. Local pools and Shipswreck Beach are hot spots, but if you're into being a bit more serene, visit St. Regis Princeville on the north shore.

9. Stockholm, Sweden

Heads up ladies (or maybe men)! This spot is known for attracting single female travelers. The cobblestone streets of Old Town and Gamla Stan, offer coffee shops, restaurants, stores, and a castle, all providing you with hours of adventure. The more modern areas around the city are easy to navigate via use the metro stations, which are also art exhibits. The town caters toward single females, so if you want to be pampered, this is an option, and you don't have to like meatballs either!

8. Havana, Cuba

You'll be hearing the sound stylings of Desi Arnaz and his iconic Babaloo in the winds when you make it to this island. Hop a direct flight or cruise the Caribbean to arrive at this destination. Find an art bar by the name of La Fbrica and spend your nights in the lush Pullman Cayo Coco hotel. Be careful, because June is the beginning of the Carribean hurricane season, even though Cuba isn't always impacted. Enjoy your fill of salsa and margaritas!

7. Bangkok, Thailand

May through November is the traditional monsoon season, but this city hosts about 45 million travelers passing through. The weather might be unpredictable, but there's endless trouble to get into digging through authentic Asian fusion cuisine, jumping between art galleries and enjoying spas specializing in aromatherapy and Ayurvedic techniques and we haven't even gotten to the nightlife yet! Two quick notes: The House on Sathorn, is on a terrace in an 1889 mansion, and the luxury Rabbit Hole's, signature white-truffle-gin martinis should be on your list.

6. Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado

June brings a wave of nature loving adventurers, backpackers, and families of all ages streaming into America's national parks. In the Colorado Rocky Mountains, the trees are budding, butterflies are flittering, native birds have returned from migration, wildflowers flourish across endless meadows, and baby animals begin to emerge with their mothers. The Rockies are famous for their wildlife but don't fail to enjoy flora and fauna. Estes Park is a favorite mountain town getaway, known for its rustic cabin rentals, year-round festivals, and proximity to one of America's great landscapes.

5. Guatemala

Newfound energy is spilling over thanks to some political changes, and international hotel development is peaking in Guatemala City. Not to mention new cruise ports and increased tourism. Fabulous February temperatures are ideal for exploring the partially excavated El Mirador and small, authentic Mayan villages on Lake Atitln. Rest up at Casa Palop, and bask in the views of three volcanoes.

4. Bordeaux, France

Bordeaux in June is sunny and bright, and most all of the chteau wineries are open for tastings. La Cit du Vin, on the banks of the Garonne River, is a $90 million wine museum filled with interactive exhibits on winemaking. After all the fun, snuggle at the 19th-century La Grande Maison, with a Jol Robuchon restaurant and concierges just waiting to point you to your next vineyard tour.

3. Boston, Massachusetts

One of America's greatest walking cities comes to life in summer. Locals and guests fall into step as they wander through Faneuil Hall, Newbury Street, Cambridge bookstores, stroll the harbor and take in the history of one of the country's oldest towns. Don't miss Independence Day, when hotel rates drop and the famous Boston Pops shows off to the dense crowds that line the Charles River in preparation for the fireworks spectacular.

2. Venice, Italy

Some travelers love the mystical light and gentle breezes that arrive in spring, while others prefer the eerie, silent canals during the winter holidays. Every other summer, an international art showcase, Venice Biennale, takes over world pavilions scattered around the Giardini. If you want to establish a nest, consider the JW Marriott Resort & Spa on an island very near St. Mark's Square. After a day filled with excitement, a relaxing dip in the hotel's rooftop pool will cool you off and set you up for a great night's rest.

1. Beijing, China

June brings pleasant weather and little tourism and is the least expensive time to travel to this beautiful area. Visit The Great Wall, and Tiananmen Square minus the crowds and dally around the city that marries the past and the future where hutong alleys compete with mega-malls, five-star hotels, and world-class art institutions.

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