Top October Travel Destinations
With restrictions being eased further from the 4th October, many locations will only require a traveller to have a double vaccination certificate to travel. Making this an ideal time to squeeze in an adventure before winter arrives. Check out our Top 5 European October destinations.
“An earthly paradise of snow-capped peaks, turquoise-green rivers and Venetian-style coastline combined with pretty architecture, charming rustic culture and sophisticated cuisine.“
Slovenia is a special and welcoming place to travel, with architecturally grand, cultured cities, and lush pine-forested countryside, perfect for hiking and biking in summer and skiing in winter. Its good looks draw comparisons with Switzerland but far lighter on the wallet, offering tremendous value. Imbued with fantastic, scraggy mountains, turquoise rivers and silver lakes, vast subterranean caves, and just enough medieval castles to conjure up a fairy tale or two, Slovenia is one of those destinations you hope to visit again and again. Find out more…
“The swish of a flamenco dress, the glimpse of a white village perched atop a crag, architecture of Seville, taste of tapas, the aloof Lynx – memories of Andalusía linger.“
The popular image of Spain as a land of bullfights, flamenco, sherry and ruined castles derives from Andalusía, the most quintessentially Spanish part of the Iberian Peninsula. Above all, it’s the great Moorish monuments that compete for your attention here. The Moors, who crossed into Spain North Africa, occupied al-Andalus for over seven centuries creating an incredibly diverse influence in architecture, music and tasty tapas. Add to that the nature and wildlife of the rural areas and you have a region that has a little bit of everything. Find out more…
“Home to many of the world’s greatest works of art, architecture and gastronomy, Italy elates, inspires and moves like no other. Come live the Dolce Vita life.”
Chances are, once you’ve experienced the joys of travelling in Italy, you might never want to visit anywhere else. Its cultural legacy is awe-inspiring, with remnants of the Roman Empire manifest at pretty much every turn. Stunning towns with lively squares where families eat and drink while their children run free and the crystal clear Mediterranean sea and its beaches are typically only a short drive away. Then there are the diverse landscapes, and the fabulous food – all underpinned by an unmistakable character of living life to the full. Find out more…
“Discover the country’s colourful medieval towns, stunning rural landscape, legends of Dracula as well as its wild inhabitants from brown bears to the birds of the Danube Delta.“
Romania is truly one of Europe’s hidden gems, offering far more than just the legend of Dracula! Yes, the spooky castles pitched on rocky hilltops are certainly vampire-worthy but the only real fangs you’re likely to be exposed to here are those belonging to the wild bears, wolves and lynx that roam the Carpathian Mountains. In addition to the wildlife, this incredibly diverse country offers impressive scenery, colourful medieval towns and a way of life that at times seems little changed since the Middle Ages. Find out more…
“Morocco truly awakens your senses from the hustle and bustle of the souks, to the jaw-dropping high Atlas Mountains, the magical Sahara Desert and exotic flavours of the food.“
Morocco offers an incredibly diverse and heady mix of cultures and scenery. With stunning mountains, buzzing cities and endless deserts, the country has so much to offer and seems to change with every visit. A fascinating melting pot of cultures and religion, you’ll be immersed in cultural influences from around the world, architectural marvels and tons of historical intrigue. Magical, mysterious and utterly captivating. This is the ultimate destination if you’re looking for a once-in-a-lifetime experience and memories to treasure for years ahead. Find out more…
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Written by James Chisnall