New England is known as one of the best places for fall travel. From Connecticut and Rhode Island to Vermont and Maine, the fall foliage puts this region on many travelers’ bucket list.
We may be partial to East Tennessee (this is where we call home, after all), but we know we aren’t alone in loving the bright-colored leaves that cover the rolling hills and mountains of this region in the fall. Blackberry Farm in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains makes for the perfect place to spend a weekend and take it all in.
Most people think of the winter snow when they think of visiting Aspen, but these images prove the town is worth a visit in the fall.
The Blueridge Parkway in Southern Appalachia is 469 miles of what is often referred to as “America’s favorite drive,” and you can see why. The Linn Cove Viaduct is the most scenic–and most photographed–part of the parkway. Rent a cabin in Grandfather Mountain and spend a fall weekend exploring hiking trails and enjoying the scenery.
Okay, so maybe Paris is always on our list of places we want to visit. But there’s something about Paris in the fall that seems trés magnifique. How does a warm crepe and cup of coffee from Cafe Kitsuné followed by a stroll through the falling leaves in le jardin du Palais Royal sound?
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