4 Amazing Autumn Destinations in Europe

Saturday, October 28, 2023

As getting ready to celebrate Halloween for one more year, the setting has already turned to the Autumn one; the leaves transform into fiery hues of red and orange, and the air becomes crisp with the anticipation of winter. Before everything gets covered in snow or just before the temperature lowers to freezing cold, seize the chance to strategically plan a relaxing retreat in one of the European countries, combining stunning scenery with luxurious amenities. Always by your side aiming to make your life easier, we suggest four alternative destinations, distinguished for the prestigious autumn vibe, guaranteeing a plethora of unforgettable experiences.

It is also important to mention, that there is a range of possibilities for your trip design.
You can either do it all on your own, address to a travel consultant, or even collaborate with a seasonal luxury tour operator in Europe. Your time, mental capacity and definitely budget, are the circumstances defining your final choice. Either way, here’s a taste of where you can head to.

1. Munich, Germanyinfo-icon

During fall, the Bavarian capital Munich, gets transformed into an incomparable jewel, as it undergoes a stunning makeover. It’s time to explore the spectacular Nymphenburg Palace, a house ornated by interior elements ranging from Baroque and Rococo to Neoclassicism. A stroll around the lovely English Garden, where the greenery turns golden, is also a top unique experience. Finally, don’t miss the chance to visit the lovely fairytale-like Neuschwanstein Castle on a day excursion along the Romantic Road.
A luxurious pinch is added through a private beer-tasting session in a historic beer garden.

2. Prague, Czech Republicinfo-icon

The charming city of Prague, often referred the City of a Hundred Spires, adopts a fairytale-like ambiance in the autumn, creating the perfect landscape for romantic exploration and mesmerizing photographs. The city’s most popular and historical attractions, such as the famed Charles Bridge and the stately Prague Castle, are now set against the backdrop of brilliant foliage, taking on further magic. Wander along the tranquil Vltava River, discover picturesque neighbourhoods, and savour traditional Czech food in cosy, local cafés. The fact that the city is known as a budget-friendly one, created space for some self-spoil retreats without leading to you to financial corruption. Consider scheduling a personalised tour of Prague's historic sights, as well as a romantic boat ride on the Vltava River, to enhance your experience.

3. Pelion Peninsula, Greeceinfo-icon

While Greece holds a bold reputation as a top summer destination due to the multiple islands and crystal-clear beaches, it also obtains a rich mountainous landscape, providing a variety of cosy accommodations to immerse in and admire the scenery. One of Greece’s captivating destinations, is the Pelion Peninsula. Mostly renown for its flourishing chestnut and olive orchards, Pelion is a mosaic of more than 15 small villages. Make a round trip through Makrinitsa, Portaria or Tsagarada, while indulging in the delectable offerings of traditional Greek cuisine. To add an extra touch of opulence, contemplate a sojourn in a boutique villa that affords breathtaking vistas of the Aegean Sea. By collaborating with an experienced tour operator in Greece, you gain access to local insights along with exclusive gastronomic encounters.

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