Summer is just around the corner and the idea of spending the holidays in a vintage dreamy destination is music to our ears!
With a blink of an eye, Summer will arrive, and with it, Summer Holidays a.k.a. the most wanted vacations of the year!
Sometimes we let time pass without planning everything on time!
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Check out the vintage dreamy destinations we picked thinking about you and start booking everything!
On first impressions, Havana can seem like a confusing jigsaw puzzle, but work out how to put the pieces together and a beautiful picture emerges.
No one could have invented Havana. It’s too audacious, too contradictory, and – despite 50 years of withering neglect – too damned beautiful.
Niagara Falls, Canada
Niagara Falls may be the classic, classy American tourist site—a prime destination for honeymooners and families alike. Serving as border between the U.S. and Canada, the New York falls have been a must-see vacation spot in North America since the 1700s, and their impressiveness remains every bit intact today. You can still take a Maid of the Mist cruise around the falls as you could in the mid-1800s, but the best experience is always to be discovered by hiking through Prospect Point Park and the surrounding state park.
Route 66, USA
The granddaddy of all road trips has lured intrepid travelers west since the days of the Dust Bowl. The original highway stretching from Chicago to Los Angeles ran across eight states on its way to the ocean and spawned an entire culture of roadside attractions and on-the-road aesthetic that grew alongside America’s automobile infatuation. Though officially decommissioned as a U.S. highway in 1985, the route is still largely traceable for those easy riders looking to take the truly vintage road trip.
The Grand Canyon, USA
There is no natural wonder in the U.S. more spectacular than the Grand Canyon. Winding over 270 miles long and reaching depths of over a mile, the Arizona canyon carved by the Colorado River reveals a kind of geological history of the continent not found anywhere else. In addition to the sheer awe that the Canyon inspires, it’s also thriving with Native American culture and history. And with Las Vegas just a day trip away, the Grand Canyon is an accessible, not-to-be-missed favorite.
Yellowstone National Park, USA
Yellowstone is considered the first national park in the world, designated in 1872 to the nearly 3,500 square miles of land in Northwest Wyoming and patches of Montana and Idaho. It’s easy to understand why the area has garnered so much acclaim, with spectacular wildlife and geography that is rarely matched. It remains one of America’s most treasured natural sanctuaries over the years, and the park’s numerous geysers, including Old Faithful, are among the most famous geothermal features accessible to tourists.
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