India primarily has three seasons i.e. summer, monsoon, and winter. So if you ask an Indian to describe autumn, they might not be able to do so precisely. Autumn in India is often the pre-winters where the days are pleasant and bearable before the chill of winter actually sets in. But if you want to experience the beauty of the autumn season in its true sense, you must visit Europe which is vibrant in shades of orange and yellow during the Fall. We have curated a list of a few places to visit in Europe to get a scenic experience of the Autumn season.
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1. Vienna, Austria
Vienna's historic charm comes alive during the fall season. The city in general and its numerous parks, like Schonbrunn and Prater, turn to warm shades of orange, rust, yellow and red as the leaves change. You can also indulge in some Viennese coffee and famous pastries at traditional cafes while admiring the rustic charm of the city.
2. Bavaria, Germany
Bavaria is one of the most beautiful destinations for fall. The Bavarian Alps, with their picturesque landscapes, offer a perfect backdrop for hikes, outdoor activities and photogenic moments. The Oktoberfest in Munich to savor authentic German beer and cuisine is unmissable if you plan your trip during that time of the year.
3. Prague, Czech Republic
Prague's stunning architecture, including the famous Prague Castle, is enhanced by the warm colours of fall. With its majestic grandeur and rustic charm, the city is painted in shades of vibrant colour and looks captivating to the tourists. The Charles Bridge and Old Town Square are particularly enchanting during this time of the year.
4. Edinburgh, Scotland
Edinburgh's Royal Mile, with its historic buildings and cobblestone streets, is a must-visit all around the year but especially during autumn. During the fall, you can also attend the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, one of the world's largest arts festivals and marvel at the arts and culture of the city.
5. Provence, France
Known for its lavender fields in summer, Provence in France transforms into a picturesque region with vineyards and olive groves with rust, tangerine, and yellow leaves The mild climate makes it perfect for outdoor activities as well. So you can enjoy the nature while sipping on some homegrown wine.
6. Dubrovnik, Croatia
Though Dubrovnik in Croatia is ideal to visit anytime during the year, fall is an ideal time to head to Dubrovnik as the summer crowds thin out, making it easier to explore the historic Old Town and walk along the city walls. The beauty of the city during the season is spectacular and one can enjoy many outdoor activities including a swim in the Adriatic Sea during this season.
Autumn in Europe is not just about the natural beauty; it's also about cultural festivals and local cuisine. You can taste traditional dishes and participate in festivities like Oktoberfest, grape harvests, and art festivals during the Autumn. The moderate weather during fall in Europe also makes it an excellent time for outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling, and exploring historic sites without the scorching heat or freezing cold. Are you not craving a holiday already?