Top 5 Autumn travel destinations of the world

Top 5 Autumn travel destinations of the world

Top 5 Autumn travel destinations of the world

The international travel season is at its peak and autumn destinations are the topmost choices for the travelers this season. Autumn means the time of the year when trees are peaking.

Get your autumn calendar packed with these autumn destinations of the world. The facilities of Lodging and Foods are easily available at these destinations.

Bavaria in Germany is one of the most popular Autumn destinations of the world with Oktoberfest kick starting around the same time. The Bavarian backdrop for autumn season is medieval. Neuschwanstein Castle in the Hohenschwangau hamlet in the Bavarian Alps is filled with hues of burnt orange, red, yellow and brown.

Autumn travel destinations of the world
The 360 km Romantic Road is a must do with walled towns and countryside wine regions conducting local wine festivals during this period of the year. Some of the must do stopovers on the route are Amble, Franconia, Dinkelsbühl and Rothenburg ob der Tauber.

Kyoto in Japan is known for its autumnal hues of reds, browns, oranges, gold and yellows. Autumn in Japan begins from mid September until the beginning of November and lasts until early December. Kyoto has shrines, gardens, parks and temples set against the backdrop of deciduous trees and fall foliage.

Autumn travel destinations of the world

Autumn leaves are called Koyo in Japanese. Kyoto invites visitors from all around the world just like the Hanami Cherry Blossom festival in spring. Autumn leaves are known as ‘koyo’ in Japanese. Tofuku-ji, Kiyomizu-dera, Yoshimine-dera and Eikan-do are a must visit. The ancient capital of Nara is a short train ride from Kyoto is a viewing spot. It has great parks with the best autumn colors.

Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden is indigenous to 1,000 types of flora with 12 different species at bloom throughout sakura season. A luxurious stay in a ryokan which is a traditional Japanese Inn with futon beds in tatame walled bedrooms donned in Vakata dressing gowns is a must do. A kimono photo-op session is a must do. You can plan a visit during autumn months from October to November. Cherry Blossom is in full bloom from March to May.

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The Great Wall of China is a perfect background for autumn along its 6400 km length. Chinese lands wear the best fall foliage with red and yellow hues along the ramparts of the Great Wall of China. Huang shan or Yellow Mountain with crowds from Beijing and Shanghai and also from around the world with the best spots during the sunrise.

Montreal and Québec city are metropolises with English and French influences with no language barriers. Canadian hinterland in autumn season has millions of maples turn red and gold. Canadian landscapes and urban parks are great for hiking, bird watching, kayaking, canoeing and star gazing on the finest autumn evenings.

Autumn travel destinations of the world

Some of the must do spots are Parc national de la Jacques Cartier, Cap Tourmente National Wildlife Area, Marais du Nord, Vallée Bras-du-Nord Valley and the Montreal Botanical Garden with its major highlight of the “Magic of Lanterns” event are some of the must do spots. The Canyon Sainte-Anne is a must do sight from the highest suspension bridge in Québec City at 60 meters above the gorge.

Autumn travel destinations of the world

Bishop Creek Canyon is a great fall destination in the world to plan a trip around November. Owens Valley is filled with cottonwood trees on the high country with the hues mixed with red and gold. It begins typically in early September reaching its peak during the first week of October generally through the late October. Some of the other must do destinations in the Bishop, California are South Lake and Lake Sabrina. Owens Valley has various elevations suited for adrenaline junkies with activities like mountain biking, horseback riding, fishing and camping.

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