When you think of insanely gorgeous foliage, and some pretty cool adventures while you're at it. If you thought your travels ended when summer did, think again., your mind probably jumps to . True, it boasts some of the best in the U.S., but there are several other spots around the world that also provide
And, just to make things a little easier, there's a hotel recommendation with every spot. Now you have no excuse not to plan a trip.
California might be the last place you'd think about going to see the leaves change, but hear us out. Seeing leaves changing on the trees in New England is classic, but seeing all the fall colors on the vineyards is something seriously special. Bonus? Hotels, like the ultra-luxe Meadwood resort, are much less expensive in wine country's off-season.
Meadwood Napa Valley
If you're waiting for snow to visit Alaska, consider changing your game plan. Denali National Park is bursting with color (and not to mention more than 200 species of animals) come autumn, making it a photographer's dream.
McKinley Chalet Resort
Sign us up for all the foliage and all the syrup, please and thank you.
Tokyo feels even more exotic when the the leaves turn red, matching the red pagodas.
Mandarin Oriental Tokyo
If you ever wanted to experience a storybook come to life, this is it. Bonus: There's beer, pretzels, and black forest cake aplenty.
Wine tasting with a side of fall foliage? A million times yes.
Castiglion Del Bosco
Check off two bucket list items in one trip: seeing the Northern Lights and the fall foliage.
We didn't think it was possible for the City of Love to get anymore romantic, but mais oui, it absolutely is when you see the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, and the Seine framed in rich fall hues.
Hotel de Crillon
Scotland is gorgeous any time of year, but it's simultaneously eerie and ethereal in the fall. You'll feel as though you're living in Outlander.
You could leave the city for a glimpse of stunning foliage — or you could just head to Central Park. The changing trees are particularly awe-inspiring in contrast with the city's skyscrapers.
The Greenwich Hotel
Virginia's Shenandoah Valley provides a myriad of colors and views for days. If a fall foliage road trip sounds like your jam, this is the spot to do it.
Hampton Inn Salem