Europe in the Fall: 10 Must-Visit Destinations (Part 1)

These are the top European destinations to visit in September, October, and November. Visiting Europe in the autumn means less tourists and lower prices. Off-season adventurers enjoy step-right-up service at shops and tourist offices, and experience a more European Europe. For many, fall conjures up images of freshly baked apple pies, Halloween parties, and falling leaves turning countless shades of gold in the crisp air of a September morning. For others, it means low travel prices, lesser crowds, cultural city breaks, flamboyant food festivals, and harvest season in Italy and France.

Bruges, Belgium

Prague, Czech Republic

Dubrovnik, Croatia

Aragon, Spain

Douro Valley, Portugal

Perthshire, Scotland

Puigcerda, Spain

Budapest, Hungary

Loire Valley, France

Bavaria, Germany




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