March 01, 2017

Spring brings some of the best weather to our favorite cities around the globe; not too hot but not too cold —just right. It’s the sweetest time to enjoy the culture of a new city and see it in a bright glowing light without the bustle of other tourists around you.

Because fewer people are traveling around this time of year, you are likely to get a great deal on travel. With all that money you’ll be saving on travel, you’ll have some extra cash to travel in style with the Shrine Co. packs .

With a packed Shrine Co. bag in hand and a warmth in the air, we’d like to share our list of travel destinations for spring with you.

Sydney, Australia

With mild average temperatures of 71 degrees and warm beaches, there is never a better time to step out on the city’s scene than the spring. Home of the iconic Sydney Opera house, the city is a hub of interesting architecture and European influence.

NYC

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If you are wanting to stay in the US, New York City offers beautiful crisp spring air and will satisfy any food cravings you could possibly have. Want rainbow bagels? They’ve got those on lock.

Reykjavik, Iceland

Fulfill your childhood dream of seeing the northern lights by visiting Iceland in the spring. Unlike winter in Iceland, in the spring you’ll have optimal light to see sights in the city and the beauty of the Icelandic countryside.

Buenos Aires, Argentina

It’s fall in Buenos Aires, which is arguably better than spring. There is a chill in the air, but with the sun out and modern Latin art yet to be seen, you’ll make it through with a small coat.

Bali, Indonesia

It’s the dry season in Bali, so without the drag of rain, you’ll enjoy a tropical paradise in the southern hemisphere. Although the island is known for yoga and meditation retreats, sometimes the beach is all you need for a little relaxation.

Sedona, Arizona

Another stateside getaway is Sedona, Arizona. Home to red rock deserts, mid-century modern architecture, the infamous saguaro cacti and national parks, it’s an experience you can only get in the west.


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