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The transition from summer to winter is truly spectacular! Termed as ‘Autumn’ or ‘Fall’, this season is generally characterized by colour change in leaves and harvest. Also, the temperature dips and it gets dark sooner. This colourful season has been significant in many cultures since time immemorial. At a global level, several festivals and events such as the Moon Festival of China and Michaelmas of UK are especially conducted around the autumn equinox.

 

If you wish to cherish the real exquisiteness of autumn, head to the charming destinations mentioned below.

 

Sardinia, Italy

The best time to explore Sardinia is during the months of September and October. The weather is pleasantly cool, the beaches are less crowded, and the hotel fares are low. Furthermore, fun-filled gastronomic festivals and events are held along with religious and cultural shows. These fiestas inspire visitors to intermingle with the locals of the town and know more about them and their traditions.

Andalucia, Spain

In Andalucia, the temperatures turn milder in autumn and you may wander out to enjoy nature or just sit close to a cosy fireplace. A number of seasonal activities are held to entice travellers. The tourist attractions of the region include Seville, Granada, Córdoba, and Jerez de la Frontera. Autumn is the most travel-friendly season for a trip to Spain.

 

Dubrovnik, Croatia

Dubrovnik of Croatia is a must-visit place! It is well-known for picturesque landscapes and natural beauty. The sea is warm, perfect for swimmers intending to plunge into the water. Dubrovnik is popular for open-air concerts conducted in the atrium of the Rector’s Palace, old town squares, and other areas around the city. There are wine tours as well.

 

Marrakech, Morocco

Marrakech gets glorious sunshine and has bearable temperatures in autumn – although there can be prolonged rains occasionally. Hotspots of this city include the Medina Souks, Djemaa El Fna, Koutoubia Mosque, and Bahia Palace. The summers are quite hot and winter nights are noticeably cold. That’s why autumn season is recommended.

 

Sicily

Relaxing under the sun is one of the best ways to loosen up during a holiday and Sicily offers precisely that! In September and October, countless travellers flock to this magical land to have an exciting time with their family or friends. The island’s fascinating landscapes encourage people to go on a road trip. By participating in wine tours, one can sample the diverse types of wines exclusively produced in Sicily.

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