April News Flash: Where to Travel This Spring, Coachella Craziness, and Beaches on the Cheap

April 1, 2017

Where to go this month?

Sun Seekers

Florida, here we come. The snow birds are flocking home for the spring, so prices to the Sunshine State have tanked, making it significantly more affordable before the state’s summer rush.

Some of the best deals this month? Hotels in Miami, along with Fort Lauderdale, Naples, Sarasota, Fort Myers Beach, and even Treasure Island are around 25% cheaper than usual this month. If you’re looking for mega-savings, then head to the slightly less touristy Dania Beach for nearly 40-percent in savings.

Mountain Madness

As the snow melts, so too do the prices at the country’s numerous ski resorts. We know what you’re thinking: Skiing in spring? See, you got us all wrong. With great skiing often comes great hiking, and mountaineers will love the hikes at some of these traditional “ski destinations.”

Prices Telluride, Vail, Big Sky, and Park City are all 50-percent less than they are during peak season. Even Breckenridge, with Quandary Peak and the Hoosier Pass, sees prices 40-percent lower than what they are just months ago.

Ohhhh Canada

April showers and there’s no better place to enjoy the shower than at Niagara Falls before prices jump for the summer honeymooners–and Japanese tourists. If you’re looking for a little less “shower” and a little more culture, then Quebec City and the historic Musée de la civilization should be on tap. This will be the last time to hit up the Francophone ville before prices leap for the May rush.

Need any additional travel prices and tips? Just shoot an email to tommy.burson@trivago.com.

Travel Tracker

Spring Travel Trends: Where do the French spend their spring break? How about the Italians because it sure ain’t in Rome. We’ve got your “locals-only” guide to spring travel around the world.

Coachella: Is it once again one of America’s most expensive music festival? We’ll give you a hint: A one-star hotel costs $426/night.

Boston Marathon: The Boston Marathon is one of–if not the–preeminent road running events in the world. So how much will it set back runners? Well, for starts, hotels are more expensive in Boston than they were in Houston for the Super Bowl.

Got a story on your mind and need to see the raw numbers? We’ve got your back. Shoot us (that guy, Tommy, from above) an email, and he’ll hook you up.

On our Radar

Summer Travel Report: A complete guide to where locals, from countries across the globe, are traveling, spending, and vacationing in Summer 2017.

Guide To Summer Music Festivals: Lollapalooza, Ultra, Governor’s Ball – We have the low-down on hotel prices for those music festivals where camping is not exactly an option.

Travel Advice Guide: Your guide to the what guests rated as the 30 best destinations across the U.S., Canada, and Mexico.

CONCACAF: Are you an American Outlaw? We’re your on-the-road pricing guide for anything and everything USMNT–or simply to catch a game.

Female Solo Travel: We cross-referenced the World Happiness Report with the Global Peace Index and with a dash of trivago data to figure out the best destinations women can safely, and easily, visit without worry.

Featured Image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons

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