Heat Up Your Summer With Unexpected Travel Hot Spots


Are you coming up on your summer vacation time? Though we are exiting July, the busiest air travel month of the year, August isn’t very far behind. Because of that, you need to be prepared to face busy conditions during your trip. But, what if you could avoid traveling to the busiest spots, and still enjoy similar amenities? Forbes recently wrote an article, discussing unexpected travel destination (alternatives) to heat up your summer travel.

  • Cooperstown – Do ticket prices at Yankee Stadium or Fenway Park have you a little wide-eyed? You can check out the National Baseball Hall of Fame at Cooperstown. The area also contains an opera house, as well as a gorgeous hotel with premier spa, world class golfing, and delicious dining.
  • Atlantic City – Just about everyone wants to check out Las Vegas, but Atlantic City provides worthy competition. With high end restaurants, incredible nightlife and casinos abound, Atlantic City is a never ending show.
  • Collins Park – Instead of joining countless others at South Beach, you can head to Collins Park in Miami. This area boasts The Plymouth Hotel, with plenty of standout art and dining options for everybody.

Even as we leave the busy travel month of July, there is still plenty of time to take advantage of summer travel. And, a little planning can go a long way when it comes to helping your trip go as smoothly as possible. Trending Travel would love the opportunity to help you plan the trip of a lifetime. They provide travel vouchers, discounted travel rates, general travel expertise and more. So, contact Trending Travel, today, and make sure you have your trip planned out.

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