Fall is a Great Time to TravelSubmitted by Butera Wealth Management, LLC on September 5th, 2019
As families return home from vacation and children go back to school, many popular travel spots get less crowded in autumn. Peak season rates at hotels and resorts come to an end, and off-season packages and deals abound. At the same time, winter weather hasn’t hit yet and you can enjoy crisp fall days and colorful autumn leaves in much of the Northern hemisphere. Equatorial regions start to experience more temperate post-summer weather, and spring flowering is in full swing in many Southern hemisphere destinations. Just avoid the South Atlantic coast and Caribbean region until hurricane season is over in late November!
Travel + Leisure spotlights 50 top autumn travel destinations to consider right now:
From Portugal to Portland, Oregon, from Madagascar to Maryland, Town & Country points out some great 2019-2020 travel destinations for your fall adventures:
(But before you head out, just don’t forget to take steps to protect your finances while you travel, as explained in a Butera Wealth Management blog post earlier this year.)