Idyllic all year-round, March is a great time to visit the Maldives with 30°C, crystal clear waters, golden sandy beaches and a tropical underwater world just waiting to be explored
March heralds the tail-end of wet season in South Africa, meaning fewer tour groups and lower costs if you can tolerate the odd afternoon shower, perfect for a safari in one of its 19 national parks.
By March the hard core skiing contingent have moved on to cooler climes, but you'll still catch the end of the season in Chamonix while enjoying a bit of al fresco dining and a spot of sunshine.
March in Las Vegas is like a balmy English summer day, but days there are like nowhere else on earth - a hedonist mecca that must be seen to be believed.
March hosts a week long festival, Las Fallas, when a host of giant, satirical papier-mâché sculptures are paraded around town and spectacularly set ablaze on the last night, the perfect time to visit.
Morocco in March is perfect with far more bearable temperatures, lower prices and lighter crowds. For authentic charm, head to Fez, an eighth-century medina to transport you back in time.
March is the driest month of the year, perfect for beaches, mountain hikes or the Chu Dong Tu festival, with processions of richly embroidered golden dragons and burning incense.
From the stunning inland vistas to the Georgian cobbled streets of a once run-down, now vibrant city hub in Dublin, March is a perfect time to visit, but it's Ireland, you're going to get wet.
With the crowds dispersing, the days getting longer and the sun out in force, March is the perfect time to visit for spring time solitude and relaxation on this golden Spanish island.
Far more bearable than its sweltering summers, Madrid lets loose in March when warmer weather sweeps in, locals hit the street to sip cocktails and dance until dawn and the city comes to life
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