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Hit These Best Travel Destinations in March

By the time March rolls around, the winter doldrums are in full force. With spring just around the corner, you can avoid March madness by planning an unforgettable vacation. The good news is you’ll be circumventing the holiday rush and spring travel season this month.

Best Travel Destinations in March

Tucson, Arizona

Tucson is just starting to warm up in March, so this is the perfect time to venture there. With miles of hiking trails, you can enjoy low-cost entertainment in one of the cheapest places to travel in March. Saguaro National Park is also in the area, boasting miles of desert terrain for hiking.

Belize

 Situated conveniently in Central America, Belize has much to offer spring tourists without necessitating extensive travel. You can do as much — or as little — as you want as you while away the days in Belize. Spend hours soaking up the sun on the beach, or explore the ocean scuba diving and snorkeling. Belize is rich in natural caves, and you can access many on foot and by water. You’ll love the Belize Zoo and the Blue Hole Natural Monument as well.

San Luis Obispo, California

This coastal city is one of the oldest in California, so there’s plenty of history to explore. Don’t miss the Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa, which features a museum and tours of the grounds. If you’re there in mid-March, time your vacation to take in the San Luis Obispo International Film Festival, which includes showings of films and various celebrations.

Montreal, Canada

Winter is slowly losing its grasp on Montreal by March, so you’ll be able to enjoy time outdoors around the city. Cherry blossoms are bursting forth on trees, and rooftop restaurants are opening again. The Montreal Botanical Garden promises to keep you busy for the entire day with its themed gardens and greenhouses.

Dublin, Ireland

Spending St. Patrick’s Day in Dublin might seem too obvious, but there’s literally no better spot to celebrate this iconic day. Dublin comes alive not just on St. Patrick’s Day, but for days around the holiday as well. Take in parades, parties, and entertainment throughout the city. Explore the city via Dublin Discovery Trails, which are self-guided walking trails that take you on colorful adventures. St. Patrick’s Cathedral is a must-see, too, for those who want to explore the cathedral’s 1,500 years of history. Take a free guided tour of the premises.

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