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15 most beautiful places in America to visit in spring

There is only a week left until the calendar spring, which means that it is time to plan spring travel. Spring is beautiful everywhere, but in these parts of the United States, it feels completely different. Reader's Digest compiled a list of 15 places worth visiting this spring.

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Washington, DC

Washington DC is worth a visit in the spring at least because of sakura blossom. In the last weeks of March, until the second week of April, the National Sakura Festival takes place here. Every year about 1,5 million people take part in the festival.

Savannah, GA

In spring, Savannah, Georgia, is transformed. 22 urban areas are covered with Spanish moss, and azaleas bloom begins. Here it is worth walking along the streets, watching ships enter the port, or go on a sightseeing tour of the city.

Holland, Michigan

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If you love tulips, then you should come to Holland. More than four million tulips bloom in this Michigan city in May. The city hosts the Tulip Time festival, which includes a carnival and traditional Dutch food.

Grand Canyon

News & World Report named the Grand Canyon the number one place to visit in spring. In mid-April there are incredibly beautiful views. You will most likely find special offers and discounts on accommodation.

Ennis, Texas

Blue Lupine is a flower symbol of the state of Texas, and in spring it begins to bloom. In Ennis it is worth going in mid-April to see the flowering of wild flowers. Texas prairies in the spring can not be compared with anything else.

Charleston, South Carolina

In the spring in Charleston, you can enjoy walks through the paved streets with historic mansions covered with moss. Here in March or April you can even open the beach season. And be sure to take a stroll through the Charleston Waterfront Park to admire the beautiful view of the Cooper River.

Antelope Valley, California

In the spring, the hills in northeastern Los Angeles are covered with poppies. This is an exciting sight. California Reserve Antelope Valley is covered with a carpet of orange and red flowers.

North Cascade Park, Washington

The landscape of North Cascades is completely transformed in spring. The snow is coming down and the mountain slopes are covered with wild flowers. It is worth spending a few days to see the diversity of the flora.

Newport, Rhode Island

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A walk along the cliffs of Newport Bay can be a great entertainment. From here there is a wonderful view of the historical mansions of the city.

Great Smoky Mountains National Park, North Carolina and Tennessee

In the Great Smoky Mountains National Park more than 1500 plants grow. There are more colors here than in any other national park in the USA. This park is worth a visit in March or April, as the flower season ends in May and June.

Skagit Valley, WA

In March and April, the flowering of narcissuses and tulips begins in the Skagit valley. So go hiking or cycling along the valley, or kayaking, walk along the Skagit River.

Wichita, Kansas

In the Wichita Botanical Garden this spring, 50 thousands of tulips and 120 thousands of daffodils and many other flowers should bloom. In addition, here you can rent a boat and walk along the Arkansas River.

Central Park, New York

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Spring is the best time of year for walking in Central Park. Pink azaleas bloom here, the park is filled with numerous tourists, and the locals go out to enjoy the sun after a long winter.

Berkshire, Massachusetts

In the spring in Berkshire, it is worth visiting the house of Edith-Wharton in Lennox and together with the children to drive the lambs to Hancock-Shaker Village or to go hiking on the Appalachian trail.

Cape May, NJ

In Cape May, you should stroll past Victorian houses, look at antique shops and go on an excursion to one of the breweries or stroll along the beach.

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