Europe is by far on of the most exciting and popular areas of the world to travel year round. While so many travelers choose to vacation during summer, the fall is a great time to explore the world as well. It’s a lot cooler, and considered the off season for many destinations. That means less people and cheaper rates. With fall right around the corner, it’s the perfect time to learn more about these great European destinations and start planning your next great adventure. Here are the top 10 cheapest European cities for fall travel.
One of the best and least expensive destinations for European travel is Poland. Warsaw is a wonderful Polish city that offers beautiful traditions and great local beer.
If you’re on a tight travel budget, then Berlin should be the top of your fall travel list. Known as one of the most intriguing cities in Europe, Berlin is great for the adventure traveler, as the city has plenty of sites and attractions.
If you are in need of one last trip to the beach before chilly weather sets in, then Paphos, Cyprus is the European city for you. This city’s coastal landscape is breathtakingly beautiful. The city also offers a healthy dose of nightlife and fun.
Many times, you can find fall flights to Moscow at a fraction of its typical cost, making it one of the most inexpensive cities to visit. If you aren’t turned off by cold weather – which is likely for Moscow in fall – then Moscow is definitely worth a visit.
By November, Brussels becomes a lot cheaper to travel to than in the expensive summer months. There are many attractions to enjoy in Brussels, especially holiday themed events if you travel towards the end of November.
By fall, the temperature in Berlin will be dropping near 40 to 50 degrees (4,5 to 5,5 degrees Celsius) Fahrenheit. But armed with a thick scarf and comfy jacket, you’ll still be able to soak up all of the outdoor, architectural beauty everywhere you look in Kyiv. The food is great too!
Ranked as the third cheapest city in Europe for travel, Dublin is a great affordable option for fall vacations. In October, you can expect visibly beautiful evidence of the season change, and 50 to 60 degree (5,5 to 6,5 degrees Celsius) weather.
Douro Valley, Portugal
The gorgeous countryside full of orange and red autumn leaves may be reason enough to visit Douro Valley, Portugal this fall. This city is visually beautiful, and is known around the world for its seasoned local wine offerings.
A trip to Istanbul at any time of year is always worth it; it’s architectural design and color palette are beautiful year round. But the fall offers great weather and cheaper prices to enjoy this amazing city. Check this city out for the city views as well as delicious local cuisine.
The traveling nature lovers will totally fall in love with Ukanc, Slovenia, a beautiful town tucked away to the west of Lake Bohinj. Visitors can see the best views of Europe atop Mount Vogel, or take tours of Savica Waterfalls. Or just a mere panoramic view of all the red, orange and yellow autumnal, mountainous landscape around you will take your breath away.