Travel in Autumn


Travel in Autumn

“Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.”

― Albert Camus
This line draws perfect analogy of this beautiful time of the year. The slight chill in the breeze, red and yellow trees, and strikingly bright backdrop, it’s the perfect setting for a romantic jaunt. Moreover it’s a low season so you’re paying less for more rewarding experience. Here are few of many reasons as to why travelling in autumn is totally worth it:

2 for 1:
catherines-columbus-day-saleWho doesn’t like to enjoy freebies or 2 for the price of 1; autumn is when it all starts. Travel agencies are all making offers. Dirt cheap transport and airfares, cheap tickets to amusement parks and aquariums and you can top it off with an affordable and friendly home waiting to welcome you in an exotic town.
Visit our website to grab awesome discount deals on accommodations all over Europe during autumn.

Too Cold Too Hot:
Autumn, with its bright days when the sun has not completely lost its warmth and a gentle chill touches the breezes in the air as well. It’s a pleasant combination which allows you to enjoy neutral weather conditions when it’s not too hot or too cold. Eastern Europe is best recommendation for travelling in this season.


Made for Fall:
Although every city comes out with its own grace in autumn, there are a few places which develop more beauty around this time of the year than any other.

Northern lights are a great attraction in Iceland, especially during the time when nights are longer compared to sunny days of summer. Drop at Reykjavik sometime in late September or October when it’s not snow cold and the night skies are perfectly primed for this great show of nature.
Find apartments in Reykjavik or Akureyri.

Paris, the city of lights becomes even brighter during autumn. Imagine the serene city scape clad in yellow and red foliage. It’s a picture perfect setting for a romantic walk among the falling leaves of pretty Parisian Gardens and city centre parks.
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Chianti hill towns of Tuscany (Italy) and Loire valley (France) are the best choices for this season as the acres of wine gardens mature and grapes are being plucked and taken to pantries for wine production. Taste freshly extracted Italian or French wine of one of these world famous gardens; it’s a once in a life time experience.
Here’s a beautiful apartment in old villa at the edge of Chianti for a suggestion; Click here for more apartments in Florence.


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