Although you may be tempted to squeeze in an internship or find a way to keep working on spring break, it may be a good idea to get away. If you spend your spring break vacationing, you can return to school relaxed, refreshed, and ready to complete your school year.
There are many different places that could be considered a spring break destination. Your interests will ultimately help you decide on the best locale. If you aren't sure where to go, this list offers three suggestions and a starting point.
If you are over the age of 21, you are sure to enjoy Las Vegas. You can gamble, sightsee, eat at some of the best restaurants in the world, and see a critically acclaimed show on any night. The crowds are large no matter when you go, but you will find less people in town during the week than on the weekend. Hotels range in price from $20 per night to $10,000+ per night. Read more about spring break in Las Vegas.
Miami is a classic destination for the spring break crowd. It is easy to bounce back and forth between Miami on the mainland and the islands that make up Miami Beach. The popular tourist destination of South Beach, also known as SoBe, can also be found here. While in the Miami area, you can expect to see beautiful beaches, a lively nightlife, and weather that will make you sorry to see cold and snow ever again. Hotels range in price from $30 per night to $3,000+ per night. Read more about spring break in Miami.
Not everyone can go south for spring break, and some people would prefer not to. If you enjoy the cold, snow, and skiing, Aspen is probably the place for you. Aspen can be an expensive place to live and buy real estate, but for vacationing, it is on even footing with many other resort destinations. It also offers some of the best skiing opportunities in the country. Hotels in Aspen range from $50 per night to $5,000 per night. Read more about skiing in Aspen.