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Best Places To Visit in June

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Best Places To Visit in June

Best Places to Travel in June

June is the month where the vacation officially begins but it is not just a month where a school year ends but a month which also has lots of things to celebrate. Whether you want to go for beaches, culture, cities or any countryside, June has the fantastic weather and long days to celebrate.

As the places are not much crowdie and prices of hotels are still low, you can decide your venue by going through the following places:

1. Kaua’i, Hawaii

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Kauai is the fourth largest, oldest and northernmost Iceland in Hawaiian chain. The Island has dramatic beauty including emerald valleys, sharp mountain spires, and jagged cliffs. The rain forests, rivers, and sparkling waterfalls make it the perfect traveling place. The huge rainforests covering its most par of surface gave the nickname to it “the Garden Isle". The awesome scenery and warm atmosphere make it a perfect place to visit. Apart from natural beauty, the place offers adventures like boating in Na Pali Coast, Swimming in Hanalei Bay, hiking the trails of Kokee state park, etc.

2. Stockholm, Sweden

Its capital of Sweden, which is spread over stunning 14 Islands and it is well connected through 57 bridges. After long frozen winter, in summer the city blossoms with the livelihood, free concerts, festivals, restaurants, open air food halls welcome the summer's sunshine. A long day extends the fun during the night time. The city like Gamla Stan is the historic hub, while the Morden city center sets new trends of today’s time.

3. Havana, Cuba

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Havana is Cuba’s capital city. Havana is the city trapped in time, capturing the attention and imagination like no other have. The Old Havana is the baroque Catedral de San Cristóbal and Plaza Vieja, the buildings of the town reflect the city’s vibrant architectural mixture. It shows the Spanish colonial architecture of the 16th century. The salsa music, open-air bazaars, and the late night parties are the other attraction of the place.

4. Bangkok, Thailand

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Bangkok, the capital or Thailand, is famous for its ornate shrines and sparkling street life. The monsoon is started and the weather is totally unpredictable. However, while dry sessions of a season you can visit some famous temples such as Wat Phra Kaew Temple, Wat Pho Temple with a monumental of Buddha and Wat Arun Temple with its steep steps and Khmer-style spire. Apart from the beauty and places to visit, the town is also famous for Asian cuisine food.

5. Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado

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If you want to explore wildlife during vacation and want to do adventures, Rocky Mountain National Park is the perfect place for you. June is the month of nature lovers as the parks and trails are fully open to the public and those birds are returning from migration, wildflowers blossoms with the beauty. The Park is known as one the best wildlife spotting park. Further, as it encompasses with the mountains, it offers hiking and other adventures too.

6. Guatemala

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Guatemala, a Central American country south of Mexico, is also known for the volcanoes, rainforests and ancient Mayan sites. Further, the culture of the town is rich and have influenced by the Spanish and native Maya people. The famous places include National Palace of Culture and the National Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology. Antigua which contains Spanish colonial buildings and Lake Atitlan, formed in a massive volcanic crater.

7. Bordeaux, France

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Bordeaux is also known as the wine city. This is also a port city on the Garonne River in south-western France. It’s famous for Gothic Cathédrale Saint-André. The places like 18th- to 19th-century mansions and notable art museums such as the Musée des Beaux-Arts de Bordeaux , The grand Place de la Bourse are renowned. While sipping wine during hot summertime, you can enjoy interactive exhibits on wine making and also taste the regional bar’s wine.

8. Boston, Massachusetts

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Boston is the largest city of New England also the capital of Massachusetts. Being the oldest city in the America, it had played the key role in American Revolution highlighted on freedom tails. As it is one of the historic, wealthy and influential cities in the America, it has the plethora of museums, historical sites, and wealth of live performances. Cambridge, the home of Harvard, MIT, local galleries, restaurants, these all are an essential addition to your trip to Boston. You can have the magical time in Boston during summer.

9. Zagreb, Croatia

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Zagreb is the Croatia’s north-western capital. The town has grown out of 2 medieval communities, Kaptol to the east and Gradec to the west and divided by the river. As the city is the mixture of two cultures, straight-laced Austro-Hungarian architecture, and rough-around-the-edges socialist structures, it is an uneasy combination of the two elements. The city offers arts, music, architecture, gastronomy, good museums and vibrant nightlife to make your trip good.

10. Venice, Italy

Venice is the capital of northern Italy’s Veneto region. As the city is built on more than 100 small islands in a lagoon in the Adriatic Sea you can found more canals than roads. The centers of attraction in the town are central square, Piazza San Marco, contains St. Mark’s Basilica, the Campanile bell tower. Apart from the glory of Venetian architecture, the seafood is also famous for the city.

11. Beijing, China

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Beijing being capital of china, also most populous city is the second largest city in china. Beijing is the cultural, political and educational hub of the country, it has many well known political and education institute and also rich in historical sites. It’s also known for monuments such as the Great Wall, grand Forbidden City complex and Tiananmen Square. Also in Beijing, mega-malls, five-star hotels, and world-class art institutions are there to make your trip good.

12. London, England

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London, the capital of England and the United Kingdom, you can find the impact of roman times. It’s the tale of the two cities, center London is known for Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, museums, galleries and some amazing sites. While riverside is famous for Kew Gardens, Richmond or Hampton Court Palace for beautiful panoramas. Apart from famous landmarks such as Big Ben, Tower Bridge, the murky Thames, it also has plenty of good restaurants, bars, and clubs.

13. Machu Picchu, Peru

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Machu Picchu is an Incan citadel set high in the Andes Mountains in Peru, also known as “Lost City of the Incas''. It’s one of the UNESCO World Heritage sites. being an archaeological site it’s famous for its sophisticated dry-stone walls that create huge blocks without the use of mortar, forming buildings which have astronomical alignments and scenic views. The city has the splendour and mysterious sights for the visitors.

14. Gloucestershire, England

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Gloucestershire is a county in South West England, having fabulous natural sites. The city is made of the Cotswold Hills, the flat fertile valley of the River Severn, and the entire Forest of Dean. Apart from the beautiful geography, the rich history makes it perfect. The Shopping and sports are the heart of the town. The Tall Ships festivals, the Folk Museum, Barton mayor, the historic docks, Soldiers of Gloucestershire Museum, are the some must visit places.

15. Bhutan

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Bhutan is the Buddhist kingdom on the Himalayas’ eastern edge. The place holds many surprises for visitors, the beauty of Himalayas, the snow-capped peaks, the monasteries, fortresses or dzongs. Apart from the dramatic landscape, the cultural flock dance, textiles and handicrafts, outrageous archery competitions, high-altitude trekking trails, and stunning flora and fauna are the things you don’t want to miss on the trip.

16. Hong Kong

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Hong Kong is an autonomous territory in southeastern China also the former British colony. It is also the major port and global financial hub. The rich geographic and historic sites offer you, architectural landmarks like I.M. Pei’s Bank of China Tower. The town is also famous among fashionistas it has, chic side-street boutiques, vintage dens, nerdy gadget bazaars, and a mix of markets, which have many things to attract your eyes and to make your heart happy. Being one of the world's top culinary capitals, the city also has the delicious taste for visitors.

17. Japan

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Japan is an island nation in the Pacific Ocean. The city seems to be modern but traveling to it can untangle the traditional culture of it. The mountains of the place offer an excellent hiking through the field of wildflowers up to stunning peaks and ancient shrines. The food cuisine varies from one place to another so every visit gives you new experience and taste. The vibrant street life, 24 hours drinking and dining scene, creative hubs and pop culture makes your trip perfect. It’s also known for skyscrapers.

18. Spain

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Spain is the diverse country having 17 autonomous regions, each has own different culture, located in the Europe’s Iberian Peninsula. The Capital city Madrid is known for the Royal Palace and Prado museum, housing magic done by European masters. Other famous places are the medieval castle, intact Roman aqueduct, and the Sagrada Família church. As the wine and food are the love of the Spain, you can taste the best meal here.