Where to go in May, 10 perfect places to visit

Where to go on vacation in May?

Here are 10 perfect destinations, including art cities, crystal clear seas and budget destinations, which never hurts. Whether you are on the hunt for adventure or looking for absolute relaxation, May is a great month to travel: the weather in many latitudes is truly enviable, and nature manages to captivate, exploding in colors and scents.

From Rome to Tanzania, via Spain andEastern Europe, choose your destination, take advantage of low-cost flights and pack your bags: a May vacation is one of the best choices you can make.

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Catania, Italy
Catania is a city on the east coast of Sicily with a great historical and cultural heritage. It is famous for its Baroque monuments, such as the cathedral of Sant'Agata and the Palazzo degli Elefanti, and for its traditional cuisine, characterised by a wide variety of fish and seafood. The city is also an important university and cultural centre, with a lively nightlife and numerous artistic and cultural activities. However, it is also known for the administrative and crime problems that plague some parts of the city.
Prague, Czech Republic
Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic, a historical and cultural city with a unique charm. It is famous for its atmospheric historical centre, characterised by Baroque, Gothic and Art Nouveau buildings. The city is also renowned for its nightlife, beer and local cuisine. Prague has been home to illustrious personalities, including Franz Kafka and Albert Einstein, and is a place where you can have fun, learn about history and enjoy the beautiful views.
Zanzibar is a tropical archipelago off the coast of Tanzania, famous for its heavenly beaches, spice forests, cultural traditions and rich history of the spice and slave trade. The main island, Unguja, is the most famous and largest, and is a great place for outdoor activities such as kite surfing, sailing and snorkelling. The main towns are Stone Town, a UNESCO World Heritage site with a vibrant nightlife, and Nungwi, a popular beach resort. In short, Zanzibar is a paradise for those seeking relaxation, culture and adventure.
La Valletta, Malta
La Valletta is the capital of Malta. It is surrounded by the sea and has beautiful Baroque architecture. Its historic centre was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1980. The city is home to numerous tourist attractions, including the Palace of the Grand Masters, St. John's Cathedral and the Barrakka Gardens. Valletta is also known for its fine restaurants and shops. It is an ideal destination for those seeking culture, history and relaxation.
Seville, Spain
Seville is a Spanish city located in the region of Andalusia. It is famous for its Moorish and Baroque architecture, typical white houses, picturesque narrow streets, the Guadalquivir river and its historical quarter Santa Cruz. It is also the home of flamenco, with numerous dance schools and performances in its theatres. The city is also home to one of the largest cathedrals in the world, which houses the tomb of Christopher Columbus.
Lanzarote, Spain
Lanzarote is a Canary Island that offers spectacular volcanic landscapes, sandy beaches, crystal-clear waters and a mild climate all year round. You can go hiking to discover its natural parks, visit vineyards and taste the local wine, or enjoy sports such as surfing, windsurfing and kitesurfing. César Manrique's architecture blends perfectly with the natural environment and the island also offers many opportunities for shopping and gastronomy.
Dubrovnik, Croatia
Dubrovnik is a beautiful fortified city on Croatia's Adriatic coast. It is famous for its Renaissance architecture, breathtaking views and rich history. The old town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and offers many tourist attractions, including the city walls, the cathedral, the Rector's Palace and the famous Buza Bar. Dubrovnik is also a popular place for cruises and the crystal-clear beaches make it an ideal destination for summer relaxation.
Rome, Italy
Rome is the eternal city, rich in history, art and culture. It is famous for its ancient monuments such as the Colosseum, the Pantheon and the Roman Forum, but also for its works of art, Baroque churches, museums and squares, such as Piazza Navona and Piazza di Spagna. Roman cuisine is renowned for its simplicity and goodness, with dishes such as pasta alla carbonara and pizza al taglio. Rome is also home to the Vatican and the Catholic Church, with St Peter's Basilica and the Vatican Museums attracting visitors from all over the world.
Sofia, Bulgaria
Sofia is the capital of Bulgaria and the country's largest city. Located at the foot of the Balkan mountains, it was founded by the ancient Romans and has a history rich in Byzantine, Ottoman and Communist influences. Today it is a cultural, political and economic centre of the nation, with numerous museums, churches and historical monuments. Sofia is also a lively city with a wide choice of restaurants, bars and nightclubs.
Tel Aviv, Israel
Tel Aviv is a vibrant coastal city located in Israel. It is known for its beautiful beaches, vibrant arts and culture scene and modern architecture. The city is a major financial, technology and start-up centre and offers a wide range of activities and attractions, including museums, restaurants, bars and nightclubs. In addition, Tel Aviv is home to the historic district of Yafo and a diverse LGBT community.
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