Where to rest in August

• Where to rest in August

August - one of the most popular months to travel, when millions of people go to rest until the fall will not replace the summer. Choosing the perfect place for holidays in August - not an easy task.

Where to rest in August

We examined trends air transport, climate data and cultural calendars to select 10 places to rest that are among the best places to visit in August. Take a look at the places that we recommend for the August vacation.

Where to rest in August

1. Mackinac Island, Michigan.

Popular outdoor activities for travelers include hiking, berry picking, and watching animals - whales and puffins are common sights in August.

Where to rest in August

2. St. John's, Canada

Popular outdoor activities for travelers include hiking, berry picking, and watching animals - whales and puffins are common sights in August.

Where to rest in August

3. Anguilla.

In Anguilla, you will have a choice of 33 beaches, each with its pure white sand and crystal clear waters. Snorkeling, scuba diving and kayaking are some of the most popular entertainment.

Where to rest in August

4. Copacabana, Bolivia.

Located on the shores of Lake Titicaca, Copacabana is a haven for nature lovers and hikers, as well as some of the best seafood in South America. Be sure to visit the Cathedral of Copacabana and the nearby Isla del Sol.

Where to rest in August

5. Barcelona, ​​Spain.

Use warm weather to explore the city's winding streets of the maze - you can get lost, but there is no better way to discover the cafes, shops and other precious stones. Take a walk in the park Guell and admire the colorful architecture and enjoy tapas and wine of your choice.

Where to rest in August

6. Oslo, Norway.

Take advantage of the long days exploring the Akershus Castle, referring to the 1200-th year, and admire the artwork and spectacular views in the park Ekebergparken sculptures.

Where to rest in August

7. Krakow, Poland.

Tourist favorite in Krakow - Wawel Cathedral, the Basilica of St. Mary Schindler Factory Museum, each of which gives an idea of ​​the religious and political history of Poland. If you're more like a walk, Planty Park - the perfect place for sunbathing and the opportunity to see the city and the people.

Where to rest in August

8. The Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya.

The annual migration of more than 2 million wildebeest, zebras and gazelles make the treacherous journey across the Serengeti in search of greener pastures. Along the way they are waiting for predators such as lions and crocodiles, providing intense drama for intrepid hikers and nature lovers.

Where to rest in August

9. Kandy, Sri Lanka.

Thousands of tourists flock to Kandy every August, to witness the Esala Perahera, a complex of Buddhist celebration with costumed elephants, drum rhythms and fiery dances. Ranged celebration, also known as the Festival of the Tooth - Kandy is a way to pay tribute to the sacred relics of the Buddha - Temple of the Tooth is one of the most famous buildings of Kandy.

Where to rest in August

10. Ifugao, Philippines.

August - rainy season in Ifugao, where rice terraces are located in the greenest and most picturesque areas. Enthusiasts will not want to miss one of the natural wonders of the Earth in all its glory.