From historical sites in Europe with few other tourists to skiing slopes after ski season, March offers numerous fantastic places to visit.
Discover Lisbon’s vibrant streets and culture without paying peak season prices when traveling here in March. Stay at Room Mate Valeria for the central location and elegant rooms.
March is an excellent month to travel to Europe if you’re seeking warmth and sun. Plus, being low season, there will be fewer crowds and cheaper accommodations!
Lapland in March is a snow lover’s paradise, boasting thick layers of fresh powder beneath an icy blue sky. Enjoy its winter scenery by walking through snow-filled forests going on a snowmobile tour or even trying to spot the Northern Lights!
Gothenburg in Germany also boasts warm temperatures, offering many sights and activities. Stop by one of its many beer museums or take part in an in-depth craft beer-tasting tour to sample local products.
Maltese Islands have long been popular year-round tourist spots due to their superb climate and abundant attractions; short flights from most European countries provide access to this Mediterranean atmosphere.
March is an excellent month to experience Europe, as many winter sun destinations and ski resorts start warming up, cities offer authentic experiences, and crowds and prices are at their lowest levels – providing ample opportunity to discover historical treasures, coastal gems, and other points of interest.
Belgium is famous for its delicious waffles, chocolate, and fries as well as its comic strip tradition of Tintin and Smurfs comic strips, its Romanesque architecture from Romanesque Gothic Renaissance Baroque styles as well as numerous museums featuring Rene Magritte works like those found at Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Brussels – home of an impressive Rene Magritte collection!
Bruges is especially beautiful during March when its peak season has passed and you can experience its sights without the crowds. It provides an ideal base from which to explore its surrounding region – home of ornate guildhalls at Grand-Place and elegant art-nouveau buildings; not to mention the remnants of medieval Sigismund town which can also be visited.
France is an ideal European country to visit in March due to its beautiful weather and smaller crowds, providing visitors with ample time to take in top attractions like the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre without lengthy lines and experience the museum’s impressive collections of art collections.
Lapland is another outstanding European destination to visit in March and can be easily reached by flying into Helsinki International Airport or Rovaniemi. This archipelago provides outdoor adventures like skiing and hiking as well as luxurious accommodations such as igloo parties, spa treatments, and musical performances.
Travel by plane directly into Valencia (Manises Airport) on Lanzarote Island, where you’ll discover its historic old town, beaches, museums, monuments, and monuments. Or head for Aix-en-Provence’s university town to experience its stunning architecture and art galleries before making day trips out into vineyards in Provence to see Paul Cezanne’s studio!
Lucerne is a vibrant city filled with cobbled streets lined by medieval buildings and an intriguing legend about an enormous mountain dragon. Visit its landmarks such as the Giacometti-designed police station or spend your day skiing one of Europe’s premier ski resorts – crowds tend to thin out by March so you can experience more activities without breaking the bank!
Spain offers ideal weather for enjoying sunny beaches in its southern cities such as Valencia and Granada, while Ria Formosa Natural Park provides a peaceful place where bird watchers can spot rare species like flamingos.