Best Autumn Travel Destinations

Autumn is many people’s favourite season of the year, due to its relaxing and cozy vibes. With stunning natural scenery, beautiful autumn foliage, and comfortable temperatures, this time of the year is one of the best to travel. You can escape the crowds and heat of summer, as well as avoid the cold and holidays of the winter! In this post I’ll be writing about seven spots that each make for the perfect fall travel destination, each for their own specific and unique reasons.

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The Perfect Day in Bruges: A One Day Itinerary

Bruges is a quaint Belgian town straight out a fairytale, with its Gothic buildings, cobblestone streets, and horse and carriages. One of the best preserved cities in Europe, it is often called an open air museum. There’s tons to see throughout the small town, from its impressive Belfry to its beautiful basilica. Bruges is located an hour away from Belgium’s capital, Brussels, in West Flanders. Nicknamed the Little Venice of the North, due to its small size and tiny canal running through the city, it’s easy to get lost exploring the charming town. In this post I’ll be showing you how to have one perfect day in Bruges, through a one day long itinerary.

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Rome’s Colosseum

Once the site of gladiatorial battles, wild animal fights, and many other public spectacles, Rome’s iconic Colosseum today is visited by over six million people annually. This attraction, as known as the largest amphitheatre in the world, was recently named as one of the new seven wonders of the world. With nearly two thousand years of history behind it, the Colosseum is without a doubt a must visit spot to anyone visiting Rome. During my family and I’s visit to Italy a few years back we toured the Colosseum, and it was definitely one of my favourite things we did during our entire trip. So, for this week’s post, I thought it’d be fun to write an overall guide to the Colosseum, which is what you’ll be reading throughout this article!

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A Royal Guide to London

Being the home of British royalty for over a thousand years, London is forever adorned with reminders of its royal history. Modern sites in the city range from Buckingham Palace, the home of the Queen, to Kensington Palace, the home of many other members of the royal family. Some of the more historic sites in London include the Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, St. Paul’s Cathedral, and more. A visit to London wouldn’t be complete without some sort of nod toward its royal history! In this post, I’ll be bringing you through the ultimate royal guide to London, writing about all of the top royal sights in the city.

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A Two Week Itinerary to Germany, Austria & the Czech Republic

Germany, Austria, and the Czech Republic are some of Europe’s most visited countries, for obvious reasons. Due to their close proximity to one another, an overall trip to all three of these countries makes for the perfect getaway for a quick school or work break. My family and I went on a trip this past winter throughout some of these three countries’ top cities, which you’ve probably caught on to if you’ve been reading my blog for a while. So, to conclude my entire series on that trip, I decided to write an overall outline/itinerary to the places we visited. In this post, I’ll be showing almost the exact path that I went on throughout my family’s two week trip to all of these countries (+ a quick pit stop in Slovakia!). This post will definitely help you out if you’re planning on visiting any of these sites, whether that be in the near or far future. With info on accommodation, transportation, activities and basics of each of the stops on the itinerary, hopefully this article can either give you an exact itinerary or a helpful outline to how to visit all three of these destinations in just two weeks.

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