The best places to visit this fall
Summer is on its way out and with it goes the annual and fantastic spectacle of fall color. Autumn's crisp air and bright colors inspire travelers to embrace the outdoors to take a hike or explore the fall foliage in a city. Fewer tourists and cooler weather makes it an ideal time to explore some fabulous destinations. If you’re thinking about a fall vacation, you can’t go wrong with any of these amazing places.
If you’re searching for rust colored leaves, ochre landscapes and autumnal photo opportunities, you can’t go wrong by coming to the UK. A beautiful display of autumn foliage appears in abundance all across the country, from charming little villages and typical houses in South England to beautiful parks in London and postcard cities like Bath.
Many people plan a trip to Japan to coincide with the cherry blossoms in springtime. However, only a few of us are aware that the city can be equally lovely in autumn, when the fall foliage makes a superb backdrop for big cities like Tokyo. This is probably one of the best time to visit this incredible country. Who never dreamt of walking through these insanely beautiful Japanese gardens in the middle of the red leaves?
Fall is one of the most beautiful times of the year in the Washington D.C. area. As the leaves begin to turn red, orange and yellow, locals and tourists flock to the region to hike in the local parks or explore the city. Between the incredible weather, the colorful canvas of leaves, and the national monuments on the background it will be difficult to beat this scenery.
Amsterdam is the prettiest during fall. The dramatic skies accentuate the historic architecture, the golden leaves fill the trees and line the cobbled streets. Autumn is the most magical time to hop on a bike and stroll around the city and its canals before getting cozy in a cool restaurant and bar.