Where to Travel in Fall
Fabulous Fall: A Great Season For a Getaway
Autumn is a fantastic season for travel. With the kids back in school and the buzz of summer crowds dying down, many of the most popular vacation spots are a bit quieter and less expensive after Labor Day. In many parts of the world, fall weather can be just as nice as summer—if not better! Plus, wonderful autumn holidays like Halloween and Thanksgiving provide a great backdrop for your fall vacation. Tuscany, a world-famous summer destination, becomes a bit more relaxed in September, giving visitors a chance to authentically experience the Italian lifestyle. Other top fall destinations include the mountain town of Telluride, Colorado, a great place to see the trees change colors, while enjoying mild weather for hiking and mountain biking. If you’re thinking about where to travel in fall, we’ve got a list of top spots for couples, families, and groups. Looking at this list, you might find yourself yearning for the last days of summer!
Tuscany is one of Italy’s most popular destinations, known for its charming medieval hill towns, rolling vineyards, Renaissance art, and, of course, the gorgeous city of Florence. In the summer, tourists flock to this northern Italian region, so come in the fall to experience Tuscany like a local.See vacation rentals near Tuscany, Italy
In Southern California, fall weather is wonderfully warm and sunny—often just as beautiful as summer weather. Visit San Diego County for its wonderful swimming beaches, adorable surf towns, and world-class Mexican cuisine—and don’t forget to visit the celebrated San Diego Zoo, often less crowded during the fall.See vacation rentals near San Diego, CA
Every season is beautiful on Hawaii’s largest and most dramatic isle. In the fall, you can watch lava flow into the sea at Volcanoes National Park, stroll on black-sand beaches during the sunset, or hike through the tropical rainforests that blanket the island, without the rush of summer crowds.See vacation rentals near Hawaii, the Big Island
This mountain town is known for abundant outdoor activities, from downhill skiing to mountain biking. It’s also a fantastic place to see fall foliage, as the leaves of the San Juan Mountains turn vibrant shades of orange, yellow, and gold? Rent a quiet cabin in the fall to enjoy spectacular hikes and alpine scenery.See vacation rentals near Telluride, CO