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Discover the beauty of the fall season across different parts of Europe and beyond. As a rule, there are not as many travelers in the autumn months so you may benefit from avoiding large crowds and queues, while the weather conditions are still pleasant. Travel from Portugal to Russia and take advantage of our remarkable tour packages including the best landmarks, guided city tours, exceptional central accommodation and much more!

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Fall Vacation Packages

Traveling in Fall is one of the most diverse seasons. The colorful and cozy part of the year is different in European countries. If you crave to feel real Fall, choose to go to Central or Eastern Europe or Russia. There are plenty of natural landmarks perfect for witnessing the beauty of nature power, and the main cities feature cozy home-like traditions. Hoverer, if you like more mild weather, the ideal destination is western European countries. There you can easily explore your city's top sights and enjoy outdoor activities. Browse our tours to Europe planned by destination specialists. Our Fall tours provide centrally located accommodation, knowledgeable guides, and smooth logistics. If you are still hesitating about which destination is the best for you, feel free to contact us!

Fall Tours Highlights

  • A visit to the oldest open-air Rialto market in Venice
  • A guided tours inside Colosseum and Vatican City
  • Flamenco show in Seville
  • Alhambra of Granada Tour
  • Outstanding Gaudi tour in Barcelona
  • A visit to the fairytale Pena Palace and the iconic Lello Bookshop in Portugal
  • Fado Show with dinner in Lisbon
  • Wine taistings
  • A railway journey to Zermatt onboard the Glacier Express
  • Journey across 2 continents along Trans-Mongolian railway from Moscow to Ulan-Bator
  • Tours around most beautiful European countries, including Iceland, France, Portugal, Spain, and many others

Tips for Traveling in Fall

  • Credit cards are not accepted at many places, so make sure to withdraw cash from the ATM beforehand. And always check the national currency of the country you go to
  • Be prepared for currency conversion fees when paying with a card issued in USD
  • Make sure to pack comfortable walking shoes as you'll spend many hours exploring major Spanish sights on foot
  • In Fall, Europe's climate is unpredictable. Bringing a water-resistant jacket, umbrella, and some warm clothes is a must
  • Make sure you have coins, in some countries, you will be typically charged from 1 to 2 Euros to enter a public restroom
  • Communication equipment in Europe takes 220-230 volts, you will need an adapter plug
  • If you choose the Trans-Siberian tour, bring a few hundred dollars with you as trains do not have ATM machines



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