25 Seriously Awesome Places to Spend a Relaxing Vacation

Former President William Howard Taft determined that American workers needed more time off. In 1910, he suggested that every American worker should receive around two to three months of vacation time a year.

As of 2017, the average amount of paid time off for an employee is only 15 days. That is why it’s absolutely critical to spend your hard-earned vacation time carefully. 

Taking a vacation somewhere close to home is perfect for a shorter vacation. If you are planning a trip abroad, it’s important to factor in enough days for travel and jetlag in order to have plenty of time for relaxation.

The best relaxing vacation spots help your troubles melt away. Some of the greatest moments in life include spending undivided time with the people you love most.

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Leavenworth, Washington

Washingtonhttps://leavenworth.org/faq/

Tucked away in the Cascade Mountains is a Bavarian-styled village. Leavenworth is known for its German-inspired village. Every year, thousands of visitors flock to central Washington to experience Leavenworth’s Oktoberfest.

Festivities begin the first three weekends of October and there are plenty of fun activities the whole family can enjoy. If you are looking for a little less hustle and bustle, you might want to visit during the quieter winter seasons.

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Geneva, Switzerland

Swisshttps://travel.usnews.com/Geneva_Switzerland/Things_To_Do/

The Alps and Jura Mountains tower over the historic city of Geneva, providing some astonishing views. As you stroll down both the newer portions of the city and the historic ones, you’ll find them to be refreshingly clean.

A relaxing itinerary would include a morning boat ride around Lake Geneva followed by an outdoor lunch enjoyed in the Central Historic District. It is suggested that visitors end their perfect day with a decadent piece of chocolate from Du Rhône Chocolatier.

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Navagio Beach, Greece

Shipwreckhttps://theculturetrip.com/europe/greece/articles/how-did-navagio-beachs-famous-shipwreck-come-to-be/

Gorgeous crystal blue waters that hug Navagio Beach are just part of what makes the Ionian Island so magical. As you walk towards the coast of Zakynthos, you are greeted by a scene that resembles something out of a pirate’s tale.

Sitting ever so gracefully on the edge of the shore is the shipwrecked MV Panagiotis. The cargo ship wrecked in 1980. Navagio Beach also boasts secluded coves, verdant valleys, and beautiful beaches.

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Ha Long Bay, Vietnam

Ha Longhttps://www.vinpearl.com/resort-spa-ha-long/en/trang-chu/

Depending on where you live, a flight to Ha Long Bay, Vietnam, could be quite the journey. That’s why it’s important to add a day or two to your vacation to account for jetlag.

As soon as you land, you are greeted by breathtaking landscapes. The towering limestone islands and the gorgeous emerald waters are just some of the natural beauties that await you. A stay at the Vinpear Resort & Spa offers its guests the highest quality of peace and relaxation.

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St. Augustine, Florida

St. Aughttps://www.oldcity.com/

Tranquillity and relaxation await you at St. Augustine, Florida. The historic district lays claim to being the oldest city in the United States. It was founded in September of 1565 by Spanish admiral Pedro Menéndez de Avilés.

The city’s year-round mild climate makes it perfect for enjoying a beach day or an afternoon stroll down its cobblestone streets. St. Augustine is an ideal destination the whole family can enjoy.

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