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The best autumn destinations

Updated: Aug 27, 2023


Utrecth, Nedherlands

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Utrecth, Nedherlands

Utrecht is the provincial capital and most populous city of the Dutch province of Utrecht. In the center of Utrecht there are many buildings dating from the early Middle Ages. The city has been one of the religious centers of the Netherlands since the 8th century. Due to its central location in the country, it is an important junction point for vehicle and train traffic. Among the main places to visit are St. Martin's Cathedral, St. Catherine's Convent Museum, De Haar Castle and Old Canal.


Tuscany, Italy

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Tuscany, Italy

Tuscany is known for its landscapes, history, artistic heritage and influence on high culture. It is considered the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance and has hosted many influential figures in the history of art and science, and has well-known museums such as the Uffizi and Palazzo Pitti. Tuscany is the second most popular Italian region for travelers in Italy. Major tourist destinations are Florence, Pisa, Castiglione della Pescaia, Grosseto and Siena. The town of Castiglione della Pescaia is the most visited beach destination in the region, with seaside tourism accounting for around 40% of inbound tourists.


Iceland

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Iceland

It is the most sparsely populated country in Europe. The capital and largest city is Reykjavík, with more than two-thirds of the population living in and around this city in the southwest of the country. Iceland is a volcanically and geologically active island. Although Iceland is located north of the Arctic Circle, it has a warmer climate than other regions at the same latitude due to the Gulf Stream. With its accession to the European Economic Area in 1994, progress was achieved in the finance, biotechnology and manufacturing sectors. Tax rates in Iceland are below the OECD average. The country, which has a welfare state system based on the Swedish model, provides free healthcare and higher education to its citizens.


Antwerp, Belgium

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Antwerp, Belgium

Antwerp is on the river Scheldt, linked to the North Sea by the river's Westerschelde estuary. The Port of Antwerp is one of the biggest in the world, ranking second in Europe and within the top 20 globally. The city is also known as the hub of the world's diamond trade. Both economically and culturally, Antwerp is and has long been an important city in the Low Countries, especially before and during the Spanish Fury (1576) and throughout and after the subsequent Dutch Revolt. Among the main places to visit are Grand Place, Cathedral of Our Lady, Rubens' House and The Museum aan de Stroom.


Vermont, USA

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Vermont, USA

Vermont is one of the states of the USA. It is located in the northeastern part of the country, in the New England region. It is bordered by Massachusetts to the south, New Hampshire to the east, New York to the west, and Québec to the north. Part of the Appalachian mountain system, the Green Mountains cover almost the entire state. Most of the rivers flow into Lake Champlain; There are about 400 lakes located entirely within the state. The climate is generally cold, with obvious temperature differences between the warmer south and the north. In winter, the temperature can drop to -37 °C or below. Forests and mountains in the summer and numerous ski resorts in the winter attract many visitors to the province.


Denali National Park, Alaska, USA

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Denali National Park, Alaska, USA

Denali National Park and Preserve, formerly known as Mount McKinley National Park, is an American national park and preserve located in Interior Alaska, centered on Denali, the highest mountain in North America. Denali's landscape is a mix of forest at the lowest elevations, including deciduous taiga, with tundra at middle elevations, and glaciers, snow, and bare rock at the highest elevations. The longest glacier is the Kahiltna Glacier. Wintertime activities include dog sledding, cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling.


Tokyo, Japan

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Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo is the world's largest city in terms of population. It is also the most expensive city to live in, according to recent research. Tokyo suffered greatly from the earthquake on September 12, 1923. After the earthquake, the city was rebuilt and suburbs began to form around it during this period. 20 years later, it was destroyed again by heavy bombardment by US planes in World War II. In the center of the city is the Imperial Palace, surrounded by moats and extensive gardens. Initially, buildings were limited to 30 meters in order to be earthquake resistant, but after the 1960s many new earthquake resistant buildings exceeding this height were built.


Bavaria, Germany

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Bavaria, Germany

It is the largest state in Germany in terms of area. Its capital is Munich. Other important cities are Nuremberg, Augsburg, Regensburg, Ingolstadt, Bamberg and Würzburg. Bavaria is a region of high plateaus and medium-height mountains. Further south lies the Bavarian Alps. The Bavarian part of the Alps consists of forested hills exceeding 1,000 m. Among the main places to visit are Neuschwanstein, Marienplatz and Frauenkirche (Munich), Zugspitze and the Bavarian Alps and Nürnberg Castle and Altstadt.


Bulgarian Countryside

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Bulgarian Countryside

Tourism in Bulgaria makes an important contribution to the country's economy. Located at the crossroads of East and West, Bulgaria has hosted many civilizations such as Thracians, Greeks, Romans, Eastern Romans or Byzantines, Slavs, Bulgarians and Ottomans. The country is rich in tourist attractions and historical monuments scattered over a relatively small and easily accessible region. Bulgaria is world famous for its seaside and winter resorts. There are several ski areas in the country that offer excellent conditions for skiing, snowboarding, skiing and other winter sports. There are 3 national parks, 11 nature parks and 55 nature reserves in Bulgaria.


Scottish Highlands

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Scottish Highlands

The Highlands and Islands is an area of Scotland broadly covering the Scottish Highlands, plus Orkney, Shetland and Outer Hebrides (Western Isles). The Highlands and Islands are sometimes defined as the area to which the Crofters' Act of 1886 applied. This area consisted of eight counties of Scotland: Argyll, Caithness, Inverness, Nairn, Orkney, Ross and Cromarty, Shetland, Sutherland. Among the main places to visit are The City of Inverness, Loch Ness, Cawdor Castle and Gardens and Historic Fort George.

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