With King Charles’ coronation just around the corner, there is no better time to visit St Paul’s Cathedral and Westminster Abbey too.
Plus, since April falls in between peak travel seasons, you’ll get better deals on hotels and flights while avoiding the crowds that usually accompany the summertime tourist season.
And if you have time, book a day trip from London and explore nearby Oxford or Stonehenge.
Sicily is an Italian island located off the boot’s southern coast in the Mediterranean Sea.
While Sicily is a popular destination year-round due to its warm climate and stunning beaches, visiting during April means that you can avoid some of the hustle and bustle associated with peak season (May-August).
April marks Thailand’s low season which means fewer tourists around but still plenty of things to do.
Spend your days exploring Bangkok’s bustling markets before heading north to Chiang Mai, where you can trek through rice paddies or take part in cooking classes at one of its many world-class cooking schools.
Of course, no trip to Thailand would be complete without experiencing its renowned nightlife scene; head over to Koh Phangan for an unforgettable Full Moon Party experience.
Costa Rica is an ecotourism haven set between two oceans full of diverse wildlife, such as sloths, toucans and monkeys that call it home.
With miles upon miles of rainforests teeming with life and breathtakingly beautiful beaches along both coasts, Costa Rica offers something for everyone who wants a nature escape away from their everyday lives.
Plus, since tourism isn’t as high during this shoulder season month as it is during peak travel months (December – March), prices are much more affordable than usual, so it makes sense to go now.
Consider booking one of Costa Rica’s famous zip line tours or spending a day surfing off Jaco Beach while you’re there too.
Amsterdam has something special about it that draws people from all over the world—from its laid-back atmosphere, complete with picturesque cobblestone streets lined with colorful tulips, to its welcoming locals, always ready for a chat over coffee or beer at any given cafe or pub.
Visiting Amsterdam during April means that you can take advantage of mild temperatures ideal for outdoor activities such as biking around town or visiting local attractions like Anne Frank House, which should not be missed when visiting Amsterdam.
And if time allows, make sure to explore nearby cities like Utrecht or Haarlem too.
There are so many amazing places around the world worth discovering during April —from London’s iconic sights and thrilling nightlife scene all the way down south to Costa Rica’s lush jungles filled with exotic wildlife species just waiting to be explored by adventurers like yourself!
No matter what kind of getaway you’re looking for this month, these six destinations will surely have something special to offer you, so start planning today.