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Most employers unfortunately don’t offer a spring break, but many adults still choose this time to use their precious vacation days. For parents planning trips around their kids’ schedules or people who just need to get away after a long winter, spring break is one of the most popular times to travel every year. Here are a few of the top spring break destinations this year.

Top Spring Break Destinations

“Carolinians are seeking warm and dry weather destinations this spring break, following a particularly wet and cold winter at home,” said Sarah Henshall, Vice President of AAA Carolinas Travel. “In addition to these getaways, cruises, tours and vacation packages have been popular this spring.”

Top Domestic Spring Break Destinations, per AAA travel:

• Arizona

• Florida

• New York City

• Las Vegas

It’s no surprise to see such warm destinations on the list. We all deserve a little fun in the sun after what seems like months of rain. And with the kids out of school, theme parks like Disney World and Universal Studios are prime vacation spots. It’s also a great time to head to Arizona and see Red Rock or catch a few spring training games!

Top International Destinations, per AAA travel:

• France

• Western Caribbean

• Bahamas

• Italy

• Spain

The Bahamas and Western Caribbean continue the trend of warm-weather destinations as they’re the perfect spots for relaxation or adventure. They’re also very popular for cruises. Spending spring break in Europe is an excellent option because it’s offseason for tourism, which typically means lower costs and smaller crowds.

Rest assured it’s not too late to get away this year. Whether you’re heading to one of these top spring break destinations or your own personal happy place, talk to a AAA Travel Agent to put your plan in motion.

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