5 Trips to Take with Friends
Written by: Stephanie on October 20, 2021
With loved ones gathering again, it’s the perfect time for friends to plan a vacation together. Meeting in a special destination offers an escape from the day-to-day while experiencing a new destination and genuine quality time with one another. Sipping on coffee or wine. Chatting until long after the sun sets. Touring a new city together, popping in and out of boutiques. Relaxing side-by-side with an amazing view. Dancing into the wee hours of the morning. The sky’s the limit when planning a getaway for groups of friends!
Here are five ideas for trips to plan with friends:
Iceland for Adventure
Catching the sweeping beauty of the Northern Lights, bathing in geothermal waters, hiking rugged landscapes, and road-tripping The Golden Circle make for an awesome adventure in the Arctic Circle when friends plan an adventure in beautiful Iceland.
Montreal for Food
For trendy bars and a hot restaurant scene, foodie friends should make the journey to Montreal, Canada’s second most populated city. Second only to New York City for restaurants per capita in North America, options abound for whatever craving strikes.
Napa Valley for Wine
The heart of California’s wine country calls to friends who long to chat over glasses of red or white. Pedaling bicycles to local wineries on a guided tour is a fun way to spend the day. Reservations for indulgent spa services before dining al fresco will feel luxurious.
Nashville for Music
Quirky and friendly Nashville welcomes tourists to its small town with a big city vibe. Visitors are greeted with strumming guitars and microphone checks of its toe-tapping music scene. Small venues, large venues, and everything in-between host a variety of live music of all genres, and this bustling scene is the draw to Nashville. The trip is complete with tasty southern comfort food, icy beers, and perhaps a celebrity spotting or two.
Sedona for the Soul
The red rocks of Sedona provide the setting for luxurious boutique hotels, exquisite outdoor dining, and dazzling sunrises that soothe the soul. Known worldwide as an area for spiritualism, energy and soul work, restorative retreats, and metaphysical practitioners, Sedona is the perfect destination for friends to find their Zen.
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