Top 5 Best Places in Europe to Visit in March

Christmas seems to have been celebrated a long time ago, Easter is still a month away, and whether or not you have Spring Break or just a weekend to yourself, you deserve a break at this point. Due to the affordable travel and lodging during the off seasons and the beginnings of spring (in the northern hemisphere), March is a fantastic month to go on vacation. Whether you desire pleasant weather, history and culture, outdoor activities, or parties in March, here are five outstanding European locations.

Top 5 Best Places in Europe to Visit in March

  1. Tenerife, Spain

Tenerife, Spain, part of the Canary Islands, is the place to visit to spend some time lazing in the sun. The amenities needed for the ideal sunning are scattered along the entire beach. The best thing about Spanish beaches is that the language barrier is never an obstacle. Knowing English makes the entire experience less stressful and more enjoyable. It is more than enough. After engaging in conversation with the waves, dine at one of the many eateries around the beach. You came here in March because of the weather in Europe.

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  1. Rome, Italy

Rome is home to a wide variety of other magnificent buildings. When two pennies are flung and thrown into the Trevi fountain, which has appeared in numerous Hollywood films, it brings romance and marriage into one’s life. Vatican City is a self-governing territory within Rome. The sacred sites of Catholics around the world should never be missed. When visiting Rome, make sure to try real pizza and gelato.

  1. Florence, Italy

Formerly, Florence belonged to the Roman Empire. The location is notable for having works by some of the most well-known artists in the world, including Michelangelo. One could not find the exquisite architecture of Florence’s churches anywhere else. A unique aspect of these constructions is that they were built during the Middle Ages and have continued to stand tall. It is amazing to stroll through the tunnels that cross rivers and were once used by the Florentine elite to travel from one Piazza to another.

  1. Paris, France 

Couples are the majority of visitors to Paris, the city of love. One of the top March travel destinations in Europe is this nation. There may be no greater delight than awe at Paris’s Eiffel Tower. Some of the most unusual paintings in the world, including the Mona Lisa, can be found at the Louvre Museum. It is impressive to see buildings that showcase the Gothic architectural style. After a full day exploring Paris, one of the nicest things to do is take a boat ride on the Seine river in the evening.

  1. London, England 

Roman cities are renowned for having the ideal fusion of antiquity and modernity. The location has served as an inspiration for numerous political organizations around the world. Go for a stroll around Westminster Abbey before boarding the London Eye, either in a private pod or one that you share with others. Another amazing sight is London bridge. Take a cruise down the River Thames, aptly called London’s lifeline. You may see the London Eye illuminated while on a cruise in the evening.

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