Those pesky April showers can’t keep you down for long! Why not take those longer days and spend your time booking a gorgeous luxury holiday? These are the destinations we recommend travelling to during this month.
See our where to go, when guide for destination recommendations throughout the year.
A beguiling blend of the provincial and the international, Amsterdam displays a dazzling array of art, music and history. Discover two of the world’s finest art galleries, mesmeric classical music concerts and historical treasures. Amsterdam is very easy to navigate, and the springtime climate very appealing. Wander or cycle amongst the city’s lanes and quarters or drift by boat along the picturesque canals to find the many delights of this golden age city.
Amsterdam canal houses
April brings warmer weather and longer days, so exploring the countryside is a given. Tuscany is a beautiful country landscape to inhabit at this time of year. It’s known for plenty of dry spells; enjoying the fresh air is a major draw. The natural landscapes will be revitalised with plenty of flowers in bloom and lush greenery. Hiking and biking are excellent ways to explore the beautiful countryside and make for excellent ways to explore both the city and country. During Easter celebrations Italy is a fantastic country to visit.
Castello di Casole, A Belmond Hotel
Beautifully set in an extensive Tuscan estate Castello di Casole, A Belmond Hotel, is a superbly luxurious hotel that can trace its history back to the 10th century and where historic charm is effortlessly combined with modern elegance and sophisticationFind out more
The Caribbean is a fantastic location during April. The weather is often as good as in the peak winter months, the beaches are less crowded beaches and accommodation and flight costs tend to be available at more accessible price points.
Saona Island, Dominican Republic
Montpelier Plantation, St Kitts & Nevis
Laid back sophistication, elegance and historic charm can be found at Montpelier Plantation & Beach. Occupying a former 18th century sugar plantation on a lush hillside and overlooking the Caribbean Sea 230 metres below, there's understated luxury, warm and attentive service and delightful dining.Find out More