The Best Places To Travel In June

STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN

Here you have cobble stoned streets of Old Town, or Gamla Stan, coffee shops, restaurants, stores and even a castle to explore which would provide hours of endless adventures.

GUATEMALA

The temperatures are ideal for exploring the partially excavated El Mirador and small, authentic Mayan villages on Lake Atitlán and check out the views of three volcanoes here.

BANGKOK, THAILAND

Its typical monsoon season from May through November, so the crowds are less, although the weather can be a bit unpredictable.  Despite that, you can still enjoy what the locale has to offer by seeing the art galleries and indulging in spas specializing in aromatherapy and ayurvedic techniques.

KAUA’I, HAWAII

This timeless honeymoon spot is home to breathtaking scenery and a perpetually warm, tropical climate, while even in its rainy winter season, you can even spot humpback whales. In June the rates also plummet and the temperatures are gorgeous.

ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK, COLORADO

This time of year the parks and trails are fully open to the public and in the Colorado Rocky Mountains, the last of the remaining tree buds have opened, butterflies and birds have returned from migration. The Rockies are known for being one of the best parks to spot wildlife this time of year.

HAVANA, CUBA

Decent summer days with occasional thunderstorms and seriously low season fares makes it a great time to visit Cuba in June and experience colonial Havana, with its ceaseless salsa dancing and cobbled streets.

ZAGREB, CROATIA

July is peak season, so hit Croatia in June before the crowds ensue for the various boating events. The days are warm and long but hotels have yet to reach capacity so you can still get a deal on accommodations.

VENICE, ITALY

The crowds are less where you can enjoy the sights without too much hassle. Explore St. Mark’s Square, lounge on the a hotel rooftop, or poolside.

BEIJING, CHINA

June is the cheapest time to travel here, the weather is also decent and there are fewer crowds to manage through the monuments like the Great Wall and Tiananmen Square.

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