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6 International Destinations to visit during Fall



Fall is the perfect season to take advantage of cheaper prices and explore fall festivities with a full pocket book and a handful of scrumptious food. Heat up your vacation plans as the weather cools with these Fall destinations that are worth every penny.

Great Masurian Lakes, Poland
Poland is one of the least expensive European cities, so food, drinks and lodging can be had on the cheap. Located in Northeastern Poland, 170-miles from Warsaw, is Great Masurian Lakes, a region with over 2,000 lakes and dense forests. Travelers can hike, bike or walk through the spectacular fall foliage of the region’s forests, streams, and lakes. You can also hike past World War II bunkers, castles, churches and other historic sites.

Hokkaido, Japan
Japan has many year round activities and sites that become even more beautiful with a fall backdrop. Hokkaido is home to some of nature’s most magnificent geologic creations and abundant wildlife such as native deer and brown bears. “Peak Koyo,” or fall foliage, starts Mid-September in Daisetsuzan National Park, where the leaves of the trees there change into beautifully vibrant hues of red, orange and yellow. Another noteworthy colorful destination is Shiretoko National Park, where its guided tours, hot spring resorts, and hiking adventures are some of this region’s most popular activities.

South Island, New Zealand
When its cold in the northern hemisphere, the southern hemisphere bathes in summer light. For those who enjoy a summer escape in the winter months, head to New Zealand’s South Island, where summer sports such as hiking, biking, bungee jumping and diving are all on the docket. You can trek Franz Joseph’s glacier, boat Milford Sound or hike Queenstown; the choice is yours and guaranteed to be an adventurous experience.

Fall is the perfect time to visit India—it is after the monsoons have left and weather has cooled. The fall months are a great time to experience India’s culture and festivals. Diwali is one of the most popular festivals. Also known as the “Festival of Lights,” fireworks, food, performances and blessings are all part of Diwali celebrations. In addition to Diwali, travelers can experience Gandhi Jayanti, which celebrates the birth of the beloved Gandhi. Bhai Dooj is another Hindu festival, where sisters pray for the health and wealth of their brothers.

Alba, Italy
Italy’s vino flows like water during the fall months, as food and wine festivals kick into full swing. In the Piedmont region, the one-of-a-kind Alba truffle is hand selected from the earth and served elegantly at the Alba International White Truffle Fair. Grand presentations of truffles are created or fused into butter, creams, oils, sauces, pasta or risotto.

Paris, France
Paris is one of Europe’s most visited cities, especially during the summer months, which sees millions of tourists flock to Paris. Fall offers less crowded streets, cheaper lodging and plenty of open café tables to the less frequent fall visitor. Beat the crowd, and head to Paris in the fall when France blossoms with nightlife and blooms with the latest fall fashion trends.


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