These cities are the best stop for your Autumn break in 2017
As the sun is going down and the weather is calling for a change, many of us have packed bags to visit our places that are free from the crowd by now. This may sound unusual to pack your bags as the autumn is approaching, but trust us this is the best time to plan the holiday.
Here, we have ease things for you and have compiled a list of few best places to visit in autumn 2017.:
The city turns out to be beautifully golden, red, and brown during fall. With 2500 parks, trees along with the streets and public gardens, the place truly depicts how autumn looks like. There are many festivals going on in Berlin from fall until the Christmas time. There are photography festivals, light festivals, and many others during the season.
The historically rich Budapest is a place to be in fall with the honey-colored parks and lesser sunlight. In October, there will be art and culture festival going on in Budapest in more than 40 places. As we move further from the autumn, winter brings us some romantic lake skating in the City park. While in the Christmas season, you will find brewing wine and traditional toys selling in the market.
Amsterdam is the must place to visit in autumn 2017 as the trees alongside canals are shining golden and the people are inside in the cozy cafes. From October to January, the exhibitions of famous painters like Breitner, Van Gogh, etc. will take place in Van Gogh Museum.
Covered in mist and waves touching the pavements, Venice is everyone’s dream destination in autumn. There are going to be many exhibitions starting from October that will continue till January. The at the show of Stanze Del Vetro, the glass designs of Vittorio Zecchin will be on display.
In the world’s oldest and culturally rich city of Rome, there is much more than the beauty of autumn. At the Schuderie del Quirinale, Picasso’s work history will display from September to January. Other than this, the work of Japanese artist Hokusai will also showcase from October to January.