Top Ten Summer Destinations For 2014

As the weather warms and the nights get longer, it’s evident the summer season is right around the corner. As the urge to travel peaks during these summer months, here are the top 10 summer destinations for 2014:

1. Fiji

With tropical temperatures, turquoise waters, and activities ranging from beach lounging to deep sea diving to goat and wild pig hunting, there is never a dull moment to be had. Be sure to grab your hunting gun from and a swimsuit to hit the beaches, and get to jet setting off to one of the world’s most gorgeous areas.

2. Paris

Though “The City of Love” is certainly crowded during the summer months, the excellent weather and gorgeous city more than makes up for it. Full of romance, artisan Parisian food, and breathtaking sights like The Eiffel Tower, this is one city not to overlook.

3. Nice

With Cannes, Antibes, and Monaco only a short distance away, Nice becomes the perfect home base for a Riviera exploration. Known as the jewel of the French Riviera, Nice beckons its tourists with its combination of luxurious beaches and Baroque history in the downtown area.

4. Cinque Terre

Located in the Italian region of Liguria, Cinque Terre is comprised of small coastal villages that are charming, picturesque, and usually devoid of tourism. The small villages treat guests like family and provide some of the most incredible views available in the Italian region.

5. San Francisco

It’s easy to leave your heart in San Francisco when you visit in the summer. With its lovely coastal weather and thriving shopping areas, it’s easy to get sucked into the appeal of San Francisco.

6. Cusco

This Inca capital is ideal for the adventurous spirit. With pleasant 60-degree weather and attractions like hiking Machu Picchu, the summertime does attract quite a few tourists.    But the majestic capital and opulent history evident in the city and its ruins make braving the crowded streets absolutely worth it.

7. Montreal

The city of Montreal is multifaceted, for it seamlessly blends the history-rich city with the modern 21st-century. The best of both worlds, Montreal caters to those interested in exploring history and those who would rather sip a cappuccino at a French cafe.

8. Amsterdam

Though hotel rooms book up early, this gorgeous area truly shines during the summer. With temperatures in the high 70s and the setting of the iconic canals, Amsterdam is the perfect area for a relaxing getaway.

9. Seattle

Home to coffee and the indie music scene, Seattle is one of America’s most unique destinations. Summer is the prime time to visit because the skies are clear, the sun is out, and the temperatures are comfortable.

10. Brazil

With the World Cup taking place in Brazil, this area is sure to be crowded but sure to be worth it. Grab tickets to a game, watch from a local bar or restaurant, and get ready to live like a local.

With summer fast approaching, book your tickets and get to an adventure of a lifetime!

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