Went on a winter trip but didn’t enjoy it or couldn’t make the most out of it since you planned it last minute? Then don’t worry, as the next trip you will be going for will be super fun as you will have already planned for it way in advance. And by ‘way in advance,’ I mean right now. So below are some suggestions that don’t only include the beach and the ocean, to help you plan your summer trip and keep you a bit warmer in this sweater weather. So get ready for your train ticket booking to the airport to set off your international travel.


Savanna, the oldest city in the U.S. state of Georgia, is known as one of the world’s friendliest cities. It is a historic and hip southern coastal city known for its period architecture, manicured parks, trendy boutiques, and cobblestoned streets with horse-drawn carriages. The cuisine comes straight from the coast, and cocktails get served at every meal.

Savannah is an all-encompassing destination for shopping lovers, from its fashionable clothing to the goods made in Savannah. The various shopping centers include Abercorn Common, Savannah Historic District, Abercorn Walk, and Oglethorpe Mall.

San Miguel de Allende

People love this small town for its seemingly eternal spring. San Miguel de Allende, in recent years, has transformed from a sleepy and Colonial hill town without a traffic signal into a fiesta crazy magnet for international gourmets. And thanks to its Spanish colonial architecture, this town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Here, tourists enjoy walking alongside the picturesque cobblestone streets, browsing shops for artisanal crafts, hot springs, horse rides, balloon rides, organic restaurants, and inventive chefs working on all types of cuisines.

San Diego

This stunning eighth-largest city in the country is known for its outstanding and cheap hotels and accommodations, beautiful weather, pristine beaches, friendly people, and a plethora of entertainment. San Diego is often known as ‘America’s Finest City’ and is a favorite travel destination for visitors across the globe.

It is the ideal location for a family vacation; you have the San Diego Zoo, SeaWorld San Diego, as well as the San Diego Zoo Safari Park. There are also many theme parks, luxury hotels, and Legoland. In addition, fun destinations like Old Town, Balboa Park, and Seaport Village have great shopping, sightseeing, and educational opportunities. And the diverse variety of museums provides a chance to learn more about the history of San Diego and the surrounding region.


This city, set on a peninsula that extends into Casco Bay is known for its waterfront beauty, fresh seafood, history, and so much more. The Old Port waterfront features working fishing wharves and converted warehouses with restaurants and shops. Nearby, the Western Promenade is a public park atop a bluff, offering river and mountain views. The West End, its surrounding district, is full of Victorian-era homes, including the Victoria Mansion museum.

Craft alcohol is a booming industry in Portland, and while you’re there, you can check out the multiple local breweries, wineries, and distilleries to learn how the drinks are made and enjoy their taste.

So check to be ready with your PNR status and flight tickets because this trip will be like no other.