Whether one has a small budget to travel or a bit more to splurge, a fall vacation can be both fun and easy to plan.
If a bit of warmth is still needed when fall approaches, then a trip to Florida’s 24-mile long Emerald Coast should be on any fall-break agenda. The fall season is considered the “value season” in Florida and with the low number of tourists, anyone who ventures down south will enjoy the sugar-white beaches and glorious temperatures, minus the usual spring-break crowds.
For those who harbor a more adventurous journey for their fall, heading overseas is a must. No “bucket-list” is complete without a visit to Oktoberfest in either Munich or in Stuttgart, Germany, the latter of the two housing the most authentic celebration of local heritage and culture—not to mention the beer. Stuttgart’s fall festival runs for three weeks starting in late September, so there’s plenty of time to enjoy the live music, local wines and homemade pilsners, as well as a trip to the areas famed Black Forest Region. You can get cheap international flights from JetAbroad and explore the wonderful world of Europe.
From German pilsner to what some would consider the most perfect pint of beer, travelers should embark for Ireland’s capital city, Dublin and have a Guinness.
The largest city in the country, Dublin provides a youthful, artistic vibe that is suitable for families and students alike. Fall brings fewer tourists and temperatures ideal for strolling along the famous River Liffey or visiting the trendy and upbeat Temple Bar district. Those who love the outdoors will be pleased to explore city’s 4,900 acres of public gardens, nature reserves and parks.