Planning a trip this June but not sure where to go for maximum entertainment? Just scroll down the screen to find some best places to visit during summers.
Summers are perhaps the ideal season to move around and explore new place. That is why, as soon as June, the month that marks the official beginning of summers, hits around the corner people begin to plan a trip to somewhere that may help them to get away from their bustling and hectic lives. This post is all about best places to visit in June 2018 to guide you how to make your holidays more enthralling and memorable.
Known to be hosting an array of exiting and worth-watching activities in the month of June, Edmonton, Canada is a popular destination to visit in summer. Just go and witness The Freewill Shakespeare Festival featuring concerts, parades, food, art, and movies. The festival incep is every year on 19th June and continues for almost one month. Furthermore, also get a chance to shop around across more than 800 stores and experience the taste of 100 different restaurants at the West Edmonton Mall. The Nuova Opera and Music Theater Festival is another must –watch at Edmonton that prolongs for six week starting from 19th May.
Its spring-like weather during the month of June makes Copenhagen, Denmark a great place to visit in the early summers. Make the most of your journey by exploring the city either by walking, riding or utilizing Copenhagen’s modern public transport system and experience the country’s “hygge” or comfortable atmosphere. Known as “Venice of the North,” thanks to its inspiring canal system and waterways, Copenhagen houses an expensive food street offering a range of seasonal, local and continental dishes including Danish specialty ‘smorrebrod,’ open-faced rye bread sandwich with various toppings. Moreover, world’s second oldest amusement park Tivoli Gardens is also a remarkable attraction in the town.
Fresh breeze and cool atmosphere after a scorching hot summer season makes June the best time to visit Mauritius, Africa. From beaches to the lagoons, rainforest, mountains, waterfall and plentiful wildlife, this Indian Ocean Island boasts everything that may fascinate an avid traveler. Thanks to being the hub of water games, it is ideal for those love diving, snorkeling, kite-surfing, and boating. The Champ de Mars Racecourse is also a popular site to see in Mauritius.
Though it is small in size, but from tourism’s point of view Solta island is just spectacular. Not only for its eye catching bays; crystal clear water and secluded beaches, this hilly island is also known for the production of honey and olive oil. Like Mauritius watersports i.e. boating, swimming and diving are very popular at Solta too. You may also choose hiking and exploring for much more fun. In addition, the Heritage Hotel Martinis Marchi housed in the 300 years old castle is a destination in itself. It is quite tiny lodge with just 7 highly defined suites that are named after historical figures connected to the hotel but the amenities they offer including spa; an indoor swimming pool, garden and a sun-terrace enhances its luxurious experience.
Last but not the least, Valletta! Located south of Sicily, Valletta is the capital of Malta Island. It is a walled city whose history dates back to 16th century B.C. Besides being the home to some of the world’s largest museums, palaces, and churches, Valletta is also known for hosting” The Valletta Film Festival,” and the” Malta International Arts Festival .” This year are scheduled to be held from 8th-17th June and 29th June -15th July respectively.