Transitional seasons, such as autumn and spring, are ideal seasons for travel, as temperatures allow comfort for walks, while Nature changes to the corresponding shades. At this time, when everything is yellowing, the following countries are ideal for travel.
Denmark for Scandinavian autumn
Although there may be plenty of air at this time of year, everything takes a back seat when one realizes that the whole country is wearing its oranges. The autumn images in Denmark are not comparable to any other place, while the seasonal vegetable harvest is something that the locals take very seriously this season, as a result of which they enjoy fresh vegetables such as cabbage, potatoes, beets, etc. And if one wants to combine travel and culture, the Kulturnatten cultural festival will take place on October 15 this year and with a culture pass one can enjoy the whole cultural spectrum of Copenhagen, with galleries, churches, museums, local businesses offer free cultural activities.
England, in the land of parks
What we say is that intermediate seasons are lost does not apply in England. Every fall, its many parks begin to turn yellow, the leaves fall, the first rains come and the season is clear everywhere, especially at Kingley Vale in West Sussex, New Forest in Hampshire and Westonbirt in Gloucestershire. But London itself has some beautiful, autumnal spots to offer, such as Hampstead, the city’s most beautiful neighborhood, Instagram Kensington with its autumn leaves, the famous Hyde Park, the village-like Primrose Hill, and more. .
Scotland, with a fairytale background
If you ever manage to be in Scotland in the fall and more specifically in October, you will see autumn at its best. Edinburgh, in particular, is a fairytale city with an autumn atmosphere taking off, with little rain in September and October. About 1/5 of Scotland is full of trees and as the leaves change color, wildlife awaits you, such as red deer, geese, swans and more. Also, as in Denmark, the autumn harvest is important here and this season many jams with seasonal fruits are enjoyed, as well as oyster mussels that are at their best.
Switzerland, starring Zurich
Switzerland is known for its dazzling landscapes, its epic trails, its beautiful lakes and of course it is no surprise that it is one of the most beautiful countries to visit in autumn. This season is dominated by the harvest of truffles, walnuts, chestnuts, pumpkin and many other seasonal products, while from mid-September there are bazaars selling local delicacies and various creations. And if you want to take a nice walk or hike, Engadine is the place you are looking for, as it is considered one of the best destinations in Europe to enjoy the autumn colors.
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