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Top 6 Autumn 2019 Travel Destinations

24 Sep Top 6 Autumn 2019 Travel Destinations

Just because summer’s over doesn’t mean that you have to be stuck indoors. The tropical season might have ended, but that doesn’t mean that all the travel seasons are over. You may have missed your chance to swim in the crystal-clear waters around the world and enjoy the best beaches you can find, but there are still other places to discover. Autumn was made for true adventurers who want to see the world in a whole new and different light.

These destinations are exactly where you need to go to kick off the new season and to have the time of your life. Whether you’re travelling alone, with a special someone, or with close friends, you’re bound to enjoy yourself. These travel destinations give every traveller exactly what they needed, regardless of if they knew they needed it or not.

Choosing to go to one of these places means that you’re choosing adventure and happiness like you’ve never experienced before. This Autumn, gift yourself the gift of travel and thoroughly enjoy everything that comes with it.

1. Tokyo, Japan

Japan has become an increasingly popular destination as people have begun to see the charm of the country and the unique culture for what it actually is- amazing! Since Japan is too large to visit for a short autumn trip, you should focus on the main attraction: Tokyo. Here, you’ll get to experience the most out of Japan and see the culture in full bloom. From rural and traditional areas to more modern areas of town, you’ll get more than you expected from Japan in a very short period of time.

Since you’re already in Tokyo, don’t miss out on some world-class sushi. Even if you’ve had sushi before, you’ll find out that it’s nowhere near like the sushi you’ll have in Tokyo. After all, Japan is the master of sushi, and there’s no sense visiting it if you don’t indulge yourself in this delicacy.

Visiting the city in October gives you the advantage of the weather, as it won’t be too hot or too cold. The average temperatures are between 15 and 22 degrees Celsius, allowing you to even explore the city on foot.

2. France

As the country of art and culture, France is perfect for every artistic soul. The weather in autumn makes the country even more beautiful, and walking down the wet streets of the biggest cities in France will definitely give you that melancholic feel many Greats have felt. There’s nothing wrong with romanticizing the country just a little, especially when you’re exploring it for the first time. If you’ve ever seen any movie with Paris as the main subject, you’ll know exactly what kind of feel to expect.

As well as revelling in the feelings of the great romantics, symbolists, and other artists, you should experience their works first hand. If you’re in Paris, visit the Louvre, see the Arch de Triumph, and pay tribute to the Notre Dame.

Don’t miss out on seeing Lyon, as it is also one of France’s more impressive cities. If you’re a fan of theatre, definitely visit the Roman theatre in Lyon, see the ancient Lascaux drawings and get the most out of France’s peculiar cuisine. You could also explore the south of France, regardless of it being Autumn. You’ll still get to see the luxury and experience the picture-perfect scenery. The fact that you’re travelling to the coast out of season may even make this luxurious region more affordable.

3. Taipei, Taiwan

If you’re looking to blow off some steam this autumn and visit a real party destination, Taipei is your city. Taiwan is fairly popular with tourists which is why it can be expensive in the peak of the season, so you’ll be saving a lot of money by travelling in Autumn while still having the time of your life. The capital of Taiwan as a lot in store for every party animal, but also for any fan of different cultures.

This is best seen in the fusion of the Chinese and Japanese lifestyles in Taipei. If you want to experience all of these countries at once, you can easily do it in this one trip. Not only will you get a glimpse of different cultures, but you’ll also get to experience a completely different nightlife from what you’re used to. The best parties are found in Taipei, and everyone who’s visited will tell you the same thing.

The weather will also treat you nicely, as you’ll experience a warm average of 25 degrees Celsius during your October visit. You also shouldn’t miss seeing the National Palace Museum and Lunshan Temple of Manka, as you’ll get a huge lesson in history and culture in just two visits. If you’re a fan of animals, don’t miss the Taipei Zoo, famous for the amazing and adorable animals it’s home to. You may even see some species you’d see nowhere else in the world.

One other thing that you definitely shouldn’t miss is the Shilling Night Market, which is an experience for itself. Those who like markets seriously need to experience the thrill of shopping at night and acquiring all the best ingredients and goods of Taipei. The Night Market is definitely the best way to get closer to the locals and to immerse yourself in the culture.

4. Turkey

If you’re a fan of Asian cultures but want to experience a little bit of Europe too, you should definitely make your way to Turkey. The mix of eastern and western ways of life is something you’ll experience nowhere else. The country itself is located in both Europe and Asia which can explain the unique lifestyle.

Turkey is also famous for its long and troubling history that you’ll get to experience, too. The 17th-century blue mosque Hagia Sophia is a monument to an age long passed, when the Ottoman Empire ruled the world. No matter how religious you are, you should make your way to the mosque and see a piece of history live and breathe even today. This is one of the most beautiful mosques in the world, and it will allow you to get closer to a religion you probably know little about. This is the perfect way to grow as a person and find out something new about the world.

Don’t miss the Grand Bazars of Turkey as well as the Spice bazar. Here, you’ll get to purchase goods that can only be found in this extraordinary country. The food and culinary expertise are like nowhere else in the world, which is why they’re definitely worth purchasing. All of your home meals can taste of Turkey for some time and remind you of the amazing autumn trip you just had.

5. Bali, Indonesia

Even though most people visit Bali in the summer so that they can experience the amazing tropical island life, this island has a lot more to offer than that. If you’re a fan of culture and history, you definitely need to visit Bali this summer. You’ll be able to walk down the path of history and discover your spirituality all thanks to the ancient temples of Bali. No matter how religious and spiritual you are, the breathtaking architecture and inexplicable vibes you get from the temples will be more than enough to open you up to new possibilities about the world.

Regardless of who you’re traveling with, it may be a good idea to rent out the infamous Bali villas which simply breathe luxury and elegance. The timeless design and the space you’ll get for yourself will be enough to make you fall in love with the place no matter how many times you’ve been to Bali already.

One of the main reasons people visit this island is its mesmerizing and picture-perfect nature. Don’t worry, you won’t be missing out on those views just because you’re traveling in Autumn. In fact, Bali’s nature is as beautiful in Autumn as it is in the summer months. The seasons stand still in this paradise on Earth, so you’ll get to experience the full bloom of nature regardless of what time of year you visit.

Because you’ll be traveling out of season, you’ll also be paying for your accommodation and touristic attractions much less. If you’re a person who doesn’t like crowds, you’ll love traveling to Bali in Autumn even more, as you’ll avoid long lines and crowds fairly easily. This will also allow you to form a more personal relationship with the island and enjoy it on a much deeper level.

6. Portugal

As one of Europe’s almost hidden jewels, Portugal has a lot to offer to the curious traveler. Located next to the passionate and stunning Spain, Portugal may be the less popular destination, but it’s every bit as charming and mesmerizing as its neighbor. If you’re a fan of culture and history, you’ll get to learn and see a lot in Portugal.

The medieval parts of town are just as amazing as the modern areas, each offering you a unique and once in a lifetime experience. As the capital city, Lisbon draws in the most tourists, and that’s not without a reason. Exploring the capital on foot is one of the best experiences you’ll ever have. The Baixa district and the city centre can’t be overlooked.

You should also make a stop at the Douro river and explore everything it has to offer, too. Here, you’ll get to see the glimpses of the old life thanks to the charming and ancient suburbs. Stroll down those streets to the beginning of history and enter the renaissance era when it was in full bloom. Right across, you’ll be transported back to the modern age with so many hip cafes inviting you in to rest your feet and taste the finest cup of coffee in your life.

One thing no Harry Potter fan should miss is the Livraria Lello which was inspired by Hogwarts itself.


As you can see, these destinations have a lot to offer to the average traveler and will be exactly what you need to fall in love with the world again. With the haste of living daily life as it is, it’s very easy to forget how beautiful the planet is and all that it has to offer. We’re confident that you’ll rediscover the beauty of this Earth. Start your Autumn right with an amazing trip and treat yourself to an adventure you’ve been craving the whole year. It’s not too late to start traveling this year- on the contrary, the fun is just getting started!

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