These are the places we recommend for a 3 week break – give yourself time to fully explore these incredible places. We guarantee you will build memories that you’ll treasure forever by giving yourself enough time to soak up the culture and atmosphere of these locations.
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Sicily is an incredible place to travel for three weeks. It’s a diverse island known for breathtaking, perfectly preserved Greek and Roman ruins. But there’s so much more to this beautiful island; vibrant and lively modern cities and incredible natural wonders such as the feisty live volcano of Mount Etna and the meringue white cliffs of Scala dei Turchi. Three weeks gives you enough time to see and do the best that Sicily has to offer without going short on heritage, activity or afternoons lingering over a coffee on a busy city piazza. You might even find time for a dip in the warm turquoise waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea!
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A three-week visit needs to be filled with the most beautiful moments and perhaps, a glance of the best architecture, consumption of the best snacks and drinks, etc. Italy’s Florence comes with all these. Here, you can have a view of some of the world’s best architecture and enjoy fantastic meals not to mention the sparkling and stiff drinks and turbulent and foggy beaches.
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You cant talk about great architecture, friendly people, and appetizing and yummy meals without mentioning Prague. Personally, I recommend this destination due to its picturesque sites and how people are so welcoming. Taking selfies, roasting meat, and visiting the museums are some of the great things you can do in Prague.
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This is a popular honeymoon destination and family-friendly vacation spot, Hawaii offers a laundry list of recreational activities. Each of Hawaii’s six major islands — the Big Island, Kauai, Lanai, Maui, Molokai, and Oahu — has a distinct appeal. Oahu is the most populated, offering the world-famous Waikiki Beach and stellar surfing at North Shore. Hawaii is generally a perfect place to relax, unwind and disconnect from your daily routine.
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I love a tropical vacation and Kamalame Cay is the absolute best place to relax and unwind. Being on-the-go means it usually takes me a day or two to get into vacation mode, but not here. As soon as my toes hit the sand, I could feel my whole body relax. It has an understated elegance that makes you feel like you’re in someone’s living room, while drinking top quality champagne and dining on things like lobster salad. This is barefoot luxury at it’s best!
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Surrounded by nature and removed from the bustle of city life, the Smokey Mountains are a perfect escape in the US’s most visited National Park. First of-its kind, hotel home collection D.Alexander’s new mid-term packages offer destination isolation solutions for those within driving distance, providing all the necessary amenities to live and work. By shifting from short-term to mid-term rental homes, the hope is to provide a safe solution for people to self isolate in the coming months. (Normally D.Alexander offers short stay durations however they have eliminated reservations less than 1 month at this time and are following guidelines and regulations of the CDC. When it is safe to travel again, short-term packages will be available.)
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In 3 weeks, you will have just enough time to see the highlights of Peru. Start by the coast in Lima, from where you can easily take a detour to the Nazca Lines. You can get the best view by flying over the lines and admiring them from above. Next, head to the Amazon to escape civilization and to search for macaws.
It’s easy to lose track of time as you glide in boats through the jungle and swing in hammocks on the porch of your lodge. Three weeks will also leave you with enough time to see the Andes. The highlight here is, without a doubt, Machu Picchu. Make sure to spend enough time in Cusco, as you can visit many more sights beside the famous Inca ruins. Afterwards, you should head to Lake Titicaca. Don’t miss the floating islands with the snow-covered mountains in the background before you fly home.
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Armacao de Pera is a charming beach village with a population of 5000 people, located in the middle of the Algarve region. With a family friendly setting, it is frequently visited by local holiday makers. Here you can definitely feel the vibe of the Portuguese locals having their summer vacations, and experience Algarve as a local. During off-season the village is perfect for people searching for tranquility and relaxation. With many days of sun, this village in enjoyable even during the winter time. With price friendly traditional fish and sea food restaurants, and ice cream bars in every corner, this village has a 3 km beach which is easy reachable by foot.
People coming to spend their holidays here, have the chance to walk to the beach from their hotel or summer rental. The picturesque village with beautiful nature has great spots to take pictures and to enjoy long walks on the beach. The long sandy beach with wonderful blue sea, offers fun activities for the whole family, such as boat tours that takes you to the mouth-dropping caves (including famous Benagil cave), kayak tours that takes you inside of the caves, stand up paddle and much more.
Here you can start off the day with a fun activity such as a fascinating boat tour to the caves, then enjoy the sun and sea at the beach, later have a delicious fish for lunch with a local green wine and go for a pleasant hike tour on the rocky cliffs and take great pictures, and finally finish off the day with a mesmerizing sunset.
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The Camino de Santiago is an excellent place to go for three weeks. The full Camino routes are usually around about a month, but you can do any piece that fits your schedule and interests. There is loads of history, amazing food, excellent wine, and lots of time to think. You will be part of something incredible, a pilgrimage that has been walked for hundreds of years. 2021 is also a Camino Holy Year, so there will be a diverse range of events throughout the year.
This product was recommended by Azimeh from Iran’s Travel
Nowadays Iran considered a destination with the most exponential growth among travel destinations. Being home to one of the world’s oldest civilizations, 24 sites listed on UNESCO, beautiful villages with unique local’s lifestyle, diverse landscapes from stunning deserts to mesmerizing Islands, from Hyrcanian forests to fabulous ski resorts, the most hospitable people in the world, unspoiled countryside, there are enough places to visit in Iran to last a lifetime.
You will be overwhelmed by tons of attractions in Iran from north to south and a three-week stay can be filled easily in Iran. Add an endless supply of delicious foods to the mix and it’s no wonder Iran is on every people’s bucket list. Despite its almost universal appeal, Iran is cheap
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I think Costa Rica would be my best pick if traveling for 3 weeks. 1 week is too short for Costa Rica as there are many beautiful parts to this country. Especially their waterfalls and jungles are to die for therefore, it will take a traveler about 3 weeks (or more) to explore the best of them. If you are traveling to Costa Rica for 3 weeks, my advice would be to rent a car and do a road trip starting from the Papagayo region and driving all the way down to Dominical. So, I would spend a couple of days in each of Papagayo, Tamarindo, Liberia, Jaco, Manuel Antonio, Santa Teresa, and Dominical.
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Tuscany is known for its landscapes, history, artistic legacy, and its influence on high culture. A central region of Italy, Tuscany is home to dozens of cities, the most well-known being Florence. The Tyrrhenian Sea borders its western coast, and nearly two-thirds of the beautiful area is composed of rolling hills. So how can travelers fill their days in Tuscany? Art lovers can spend multiple days strolling through museums in Florence, architecture buffs can take cheesy pictures outside the Leaning Tower of Pisa, and foodies can feast on seafood in Livorno and sample wines at an agriturismo. One can travel around this place for 3 weeks or more than that.