Just because the days are getting shorter and the evening air has become a bit brisk, it’s no reason to hole up at home. There’s a big world to explore, and many destinations are even better in fall than they are in summer. Whether you’re opting for a traditional fall destination, or simply want to take advantage of the values found during shoulder season, the bloggers at Travel Buzz Media have some buzz worthy recommendations.
Oktoberfest Getaway in Munich
Betsy and Pete from Passing Thru know a great value when they see one, and that’s why they’ve been watching for a way to get to Oktoberfest without breaking the break. Their buzz worthy recommendations are a combination of luxury and budget, showing how to celebrate in style.
Here’s what they have to say:
Fall is the perfect opportunity to check off a bucket list item with beer, brats and even lederhosen at an Oktoberfest getaway in Munich!
We love Munich and have visited several times, but never during Oktoberfest. When we looked at prices of airfare to Europe going down, down, down over the past several months, we knew: This fall would be the perfect opportunity for an Oktoberfest getaway in Munich.
Five Reasons to Visit Philadelphia in the Fall
Suzanne from Boomeresque wants you to come visit her hometown this fall. If you need a little encouragement, take a look at her list of buzz worthy reasons why you need to make the trip.
Here’s what she has to say:
Philadelphia might not be the first fall travel destination that springs to mind, but I highly recommend my hometown as an excellent, engaging choice for a fall getaway.
Come to Philadelphia for a fall visit because despite Philly’s perhaps deserved reputation for grittiness, poorly behaved sports fans and an artery clogging signature food (cheesesteaks), in fact, you’ll find a city with a charming, walkable central core; beautiful parks; and friendly, helpful natives (like moi) anxious to welcome you.
Fall Travel Getaway Guide: Providence, Rhode Island
Mary Jo from Traveling with MJ thinks Providence, Rhode Island, is a buzz worthy destination any time of year, but it has some special attractions in the fall.
Here’s what she has to say:
Fall is a wonderful time to plan a getaway. It’s shoulder, or value season, in many destination, and that usually means fewer people, better availability, and lower prices, while the weather is still reasonably good.
It’s easy to think of Providence, Rhode Island, as just part of the massive Boston area, but it deserves consideration in its own right. This capital city is one of the oldest in the United States, and its own special flavors and culture. With a population of under 200,000, it is a big (not huge) city, yet still keeps a small town heart.
Fall road trip through Croatia
Noel from Travel Photo Discovery suggests a road trip through Croatia for a buzz worthy fall travel experience. The fall shoulder season is a great way to avoid the hordes of tourists that you’ll run into during peak season.
Here’s what he has to say:
You would never think fall time would be the ideal time frame to visit the gorgeous Dalmatian coastline or take a road trip through different parts of Croatia. But if you like to travel in the off season and avoid the hordes of tourists visiting this popular region, then the fall is a fantastic time to explore the Dalmation coast. Taking a road trip from the coastal cities and into the national park area of Plitvice is a fall adventure worth exploring in Croatia.
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Where To Head This Fall To See The Fall Foliage
Kerwin from Passrider crowd sourced his fall foliage information from his well-traveled community of current and former airline employees. These buzz worthy recommendations come from people who log some serious travel miles.
As Fall arrives, the trees in the colder climates prepare for the colder months by shedding their leaves. But they don’t shed the green leaves of course. First they change color, the stems weakens and the leaves “Fall” to the ground. Which just creates a ton of work as then you have to rake them and get rid of them.
Growing up in Jamaica, I saw none of this since its almost always green there and its a temperate climate so no need for the tress to shed their leaves.