Summer Vacation Destinations around the world

The Perfect Summer Places For Your Bucket List

We still think of summer as a time to get away, even if you're done with school for good. Even though you'll have the freedom to go whenever you like as an adult, summer vacations will always hold a special allure. There are numerous reasons why summer is the best time to take a vacation, but one of them is the positive memories we have of our own summers as children. 

Summer is a popular travel season because of the pleasant temperatures and sunny skies. Summer is the best time to take a vacation because the mild temperatures rarely cause cancellations. Now that the worst of the winter weather is behind, you may go ahead and make any kind of plans you like. Reduced Clutter and Effort in Packing Summer's milder temperatures and shorter days provide for less bulky luggage. Because of the high temperatures, lightweight textiles are recommended, and heavy goods can be left at home. This will allow you to bring back more memories and local treats from your travels. You need not bother about packing warm gear like jackets or sweaters either. 

If you want to take a trip, your best bet is to do it in the summer. Whether you're looking for excitement at a water park or peace and quiet at the beach, summer is the best time to go. Plus, more accommodations are available in the summer for your vacation, so you can enjoy everything your destination has to offer.


Summer in Greece truly doesn't need an explanation. There are numerous sites to explore in Greece, ranging from the ancient glories of Athens to the islands that dot the Aegean and Ionian Seas. Book a room at the newly new xenodocheio Milos, the city's first-ever luxury boutique business, located near posh Kolonaki, for plush digs in the country's capital. In terms of seaside retreats, the Kalesma Mykonos, which debuted last year, is one of the most recent additions. 

This 27-key hotel (12 suites, 13 villas, and two grand villas) stands out from the crowd with a modern design approach and high fashion cred. Think Rick Owens furniture in the lobby, custom artwork in each room, and touches like horsehair sconces in homage to the Greek god Apollo, who was thought to have kept his horses nearby. Oh, and there are 360-degree vistas. 


With spring-like weather almost all year, there is no poor time to visit this attractive, historic town. While summer is technically the rainy season, the silver lining is that barren hills bloom into a rainbow panoply of wildflowers. Make the Rosewood San Miguel de Allende your home base for exploring the vibrant UNESCO World Heritage Site. 

With wood-beam ceilings, hand-carved artisan furniture, large terraces, and a palette of warm tones, the hotel's 67 rooms and suites are a study in hacienda elegance. There are six restaurants, clay tennis courts, a spa, and events ranging from movie evenings to lavender workshops. 


Glaciers feed stunning turquoise lakes. The majestic, snow-capped Rocky Mountains. Emerald-hued pine woodland blankets. The country's oldest national park never fails to impress—its a visual feast (not to mention for mind, body, and soul). In terms of lodging, the Fairmont Banff Springs, a 757-room Châteauesque grande dame built in 1888, is in the heart of the activity (it's in the picturesque town of Banff) and close to the main attractions, such as Lake Moraine and Lake Louise, as well as the Upper Hot Springs. 

There are numerous activities and sports to choose from, including horseback riding, hiking, canoeing, kayaking, whitewater rafting, a Via Ferrata, ATV trips, and exploring the Columbia Icefield. The Fairmont offers an 18-hole championship golf course for those who wish to play the links—imagine the views. 


Sure, the Caribbean is hot this time of year, but does it really matter when you have pools, beaches, unlimited rum cocktails, a slow island pace, and fewer people? Round Hill is a beautiful and blissfully soothing vacation with 27 villas and 36 rooms built by Ralph Lauren. Spend your days swimming in the sea, floating in the infinity pool, drinking cocktails on the beach, pampering yourself with a spa treatment or two, and indulging in delectable Jamaican food. Do you want to include an activity? You may go kayaking on the ocean, play tennis, or even pickleball—the hotel has just built two new courts for the sport, in keeping with the tendencies of the one percent. 


Paris is usually an excellent choice, especially in the summer when the days seem to go forever and the temperatures are generally pleasant. Plus, this is a city ideal for outdoor fun: picture picnics along the Seine, brushing up on your French reading in one of its many beautiful parks, people-watching from sidewalk cafes, and treasure-seeking at the Marché aux Puces flea market. 

With all of the exquisite grande dame hotels in town, you'll be spoiled for choice. Cheval Blanc Paris, which opened last year in a beautiful Art Deco palace directly on the river, is the most recent addition to the elite club. Its location and views are spectacular, but the most appealing aspect of the hotel may be that its parent company, LVMH, also revived OG department store La Samaritaine, on whose hallowed ground the hotel is located—because, as everyone knows, shopping in Paris is an obligatory sport, no matter the season.

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