Best Autumn/Winter Getaways
– Gorgeous Getaways Worth Visiting Every Year
With the summer season coming to a close and autumn nearly upon us, many people are already busy planning their autumn/winter holidays. Although the COVID-19 crisis has made travel difficult to many parts of the world, there are still many beautiful travel destinations that you can visit to relax, explore, and get away from it all.
If you are considering doing some travelling this season, keep reading as we share some of our best autumn/winter getaways that are so gorgeous, they will have you coming back year after year. Let’s get started:
Best Autumn/Winter Getaways For 2020
The Berkshires, Massachusetts
New England is the foliage capital of the world, and the Berkshire mountains offer up plenty of colourful scenery. If you stay in North Adams, you will be greeted by a Rockwellian town which is near the Massachusetts-Vermont border making it the perfect base for day trips.
Great Smoky Mountains, North Carolina + Tennessee
the Great Smoky Mountains offers incredible views, exciting adventures, and some of the area’s best tasting BBQ. To see the Smokies on a larger scale, book a ride on a historic steam engine on the Nantahala Gorge Excursion.
Montreal is New York’s neighbour to the north and this Canadian cultural capital glows red, yellow, and orange with the autumn foliage in late September and early October. As winter sets in, Montreal has some of the area’s best skiing and snowboarding making it the perfect autumn/winter getaway.
while Florence has always been a popular summer travel destination, autumn and winter are really the best times to visit. With the autumn foliage giving way to Tuscan wine and olive harvests, food festivals and the start of white truffle season in October, you have the makings of a perfect holiday.
from the tree-filled sights of the Royal Botanic Gardens to the colourful panoramas of Arthur’s Seat and Calton Hill, the Scottish capital has plenty to offer today’s seasonal travellers. As the weather turns cold and snow sets in, Edinburgh becomes a winter paradise.
With so many destinations to choose from, the most challenging part of travelling during autumn/winter is choosing just one.
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