Top 5 Places to see the best of Autumn
Utrecht is Holland's vibrant, pulsating heart. It was built around the Dom tower, which can be seen from anywhere in the city. Utrecht has lovely canals with beautiful wharf basements containing cafés and waterside terraces.
An undeniable destination for sure, and a big plus is that it usually has way fewer tourists compared to Amsterdam, giving you that more tranquil and relaxing feel.
Embrace the dramatic transformation that autumn brings along throughout Canada’s Ontario province from late September through October. The crisp air and vibrant foliage may be enough to tempt anyone!
Enjoy swimming, boating, or fishing on the lake. You can also take a quick run through the splash pad, dip in the pool, go treetop trekking and zip lining, take a beautiful hike, and have a family picnic.
For locals and long-distance visitors searching for excellent locations to visit in Ontario, autumn offers much more benefits: less people, better bargains, and some of the year's greatest experiences.
Italy takes the autumn harvest seriously. The exact dates vary each year depending on the weather but, all over the country, Sagre (harvest festivals) are being held in honour of everything from chestnuts to mushrooms, pumpkins and even polenta.
Mid-September into early October is the ideal time to do a roadtrip in Tuscany – when temperatures are colder during the day, pleasantly cool at night, and the landscape is bursting with the colours, sounds and smells of country life. Participate in the time-old tradition of the Vendemmia (grape harvest) and learn about the local wines and how they are made. Go truffle-hunting in the Tuscan forests or pop into a taverna to taste an authentic pasta with porcini mushrooms. Yum.
Located in Western Siberia! What you'll find when visiting Novosibirsk, Russia
Lined with birch, pine and aspen trees, Novosibirsk provides classic autumnal imagery, alongside impressive sights like the Opera and Ballet Theatre and the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral.
Jaw on the floor status breath-taking! You won't be able to get enough of Patagonia's gorgeous nature views. Prepare yourself though because it does get very wet! The weather has a mind of its own.
Weatherproof clothing and backpacks are definitely a must when visiting but when the sun does shine it's a sight for sore eyes!
What you can look forward to as well is a lovely lay in as the sun doesn't start to rise until 8:30am.