Most world’s favorite destinations, including Europe, consider fall as outside of high season. This means less tourist crowds, cooler weather, adequate daylight hours and lower prices. Don’t they all just sound like the best reasons to travel to Europe during fall season?
But wait, that’s not all. In fact, we can probably say that while those lovely facts are reason enough to travel to Europe this fall, they are still not the major reason why you should. The number one reason to travel to Europe cities during fall is the extraordinary and most fantastic scenic landscapes you won’t find during any other season.
To convince you, we’ll try to do the impossible here - describe each and every heavenly beauty that these top 5 European cities have to offer during fall season :
Ever wonder how it feels like living like a true Parisienne? When fall comes, locals are returning from their vacations so expect the humdrum of the city’s rhythm ala real Parisians would. Your authentic experience is not just in the beat and sound of the true locals, but also highlight with gorgeous fall colors in the air. Paris is bursting with colors from mid October to mid November and is going to be every bit charming, lovely and irresistible as you can imagine it to be.
Autumn is not as apparent in Vienna during October, so you’ll experience mild weather and sunshine mostly. Think of it as an extension of endless summer where wine harvest aplenty and the beautiful colors of ripe vineyard dominate along the lush hills of Vienna. The leaves on the park too will bedazzle you with a whole scale of different colors with a smell of crisp autumn air that reminds you why it’s one of the loveliest place in the whole world.
As one of the top travel seasons, fall is a matter of all things Croatian in Dubrovnik. It is an excellent time to tour the capital while feasting and enjoying the great outdoors. The city is going to be alive with vivid colors, laughters in the air and cultural passion ignites the city as a whole. Expect scenic and panoramic views as you stroll along the seaside of Dubrovnik.
The leaves are turning and the air hangs with a golden autumn light that makes everything looks extra magical. Reykjavik in fall is an excellent season, particularly due to the return of the northern lights. The astounding beauty of Northern Lights dances its way all through the canvas of the dark skies. With luminous white glow and a slightly greenish cast, the natural phenomenon is every bit phenomenal and worth the long trip to Reykjavik.
As the most beautiful and colorful season of the year, the crisp and cool air envelopes Copenhagen with a quaint coziness that defines bliss in every sense. The leaves change to brilliant colors of red and orange while the entire city surrenders to the an authentic beat of its local residents. Copenhagen is already an enthralling city to begin with, but the autumn air is going to cast its charm and you’ll be hooked for more.