Fall is here, which means it’s time for a fall getaway. Travel to locations where trees dance within brilliant colors of gold, reds, and yellows. Enjoy the mild temperatures and cool breezes that seem to be just right; not too cold and definitely not too hot. Bask in natural beauties and forgo the hustle and bustle of a monotone, repetitive work week. Are those bags packed yet? Get ready because we’re about to show you 25 breathtaking fall getaways to welcome the season. This list might just make you thirsty for travel.
Florida Panhandle, Florida, U.S.A
If by chance you find yourself having summer withdrawals, don’t worry. Head on over to the Florida panhandle where beautiful bright sunny beaches await. While you’re there, go ahead and take a dip in the still warm clear waters. During fall season, the beaches are for the most part clear of people. That means you can enjoy a masses-free beach experience.
This beautiful Croatian city sits along the Adriatic Coast and is one of the most prominent tourist destinations in the Mediterranean Sea. You might recognize some of the city if you’re a fan of the popular HBO series Game of Thrones. They used Dubrovnik to depict the cities of King’s Landing and Qarth. With a total population of 42,615 people, Dubrovnik is a relatively small but enchanting city which should definitely be on your fall travel list.
Acadia National Park, Maine U.S.A
How does this sound for a perfect getaway? Untouched wild lands showcasing jagged granite slabs topped with spruce trees and cobalt waters in the background. Can you see it? Acadia National Park has been aweing travelers since early 20th-century (when it became a National Park). Home to the tallest mountain on the U.S. Atlantic coast, Acadia National Park also boasts of many plants and animals such as the peregrine falcon, harbor seals, and so much more.
The 9th largest Swiss city, Lugano is situated in the southern region of Switzerland and is surrounded by the gorgeous mountains of the Lugano Prealps. Lugano is already known for its picturesque, appeal but in autumn, temperatures are milder and fall colors begin to encapsulate the “Monte Carlo of Switzerland”. If you’re thinking of visiting this enchanting city, be sure to plan for the first week of October so that you don’t miss the Autumn Festival which features folkloric music, celebration of grapes, and fine wines.
Idyllic temperatures, the Aragonese Pyrenees, Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park, and a diverse terrain (ranging from permanent glaciers to verdant valleys) make Aragon a beautiful fall destination for just about any traveler.