Spring Break is coming so soon, and although I have a super magical adventure planned (it’s a surprise right now, be sure to follow my Instagram to see the big reveal), I almost always have a wanderlust, and a few destinations that have been on my mind for quite a while. I am checking one off my list this Spring Break, I wanted to share some of my biggest goal destinations.
I started taking French lessons before I started Pre-K, and I’ve been in love with French language and culture ever since. Paris is not only an epicenter of francophone culture, but it’s also such an iconic city. While I’d love to travel all over France, Paris is definitely at the top of my list. Plus, a day trip to Disneyland Paris would be a magical addition.
Every picture I’ve ever seen of Tokyo looks absolutely stunning, and I’ve heard about so many amazing places and sights to see. While the environment is definitely a big motivating factor, I find Japanese culture to be so interesting. I’d also love to visit several other spots in Japan, and I would definitely need to make a trip to Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea, but the city of Tokyo itself is high up on the bucket list.
Hawaii, United States
I’ve always loved the beach and the summer, and Hawaii is pretty much the epitome of a tropical dreamland. The beaches, forests, and natural beauty of the islands are certainly alluring, but there are also several attractions I’d love to see, like the Dole Plantation (did someone say fresh Dole Whip?).
London is such an iconic city with so much history and culture, and I’d love to be able to see it all. I’ve seen so much of London in media and from friends who have visited, and I know I definitely want to visit one day.
Amalfi Coast, Italy
Several of my friends have visited the Amalfi Coast, and I’ve seen and heard nothing but great things about the region. The natural splendor is certainly a sight to behold, but the entire atmosphere and culture of the region truly makes it the destination that it is.
Bonus: Epic Universe, Universal Orlando Resort
I know Orlando isn’t a big, fancy, exotic destination, but it is definitely one of my favorite places to visit. Last August, Universal Orlando Resort officially announced Epic Universe, the newest park to join the UO family. Not only is the park a massive project on its own, but the development will also feature new hotels and shopping options. The concept art is breathtaking, and the rumored attractions sound simply incredible. I’m truly excited for more updates and to see the park open. One of my ultimate goals would be to go the previews of the park, but I know I’ll definitely make it down to see it all.