Autumn travel

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Autumn trips we love to do. At the beginning of autumn it is often still so warm that we spend some evenings in beer gardens. Autumn temperatures are not so hot anymore, that you prefer to lie on the beach. Instead, we use every ray of sunshine to enjoy the golden days of October outdoors. In the last years we were always in the fall on the way. We discovered many rewarding autumn destinations. Among them is maybe one or the other for you.

Our tips for autumn travel

On our autumn trips, we have collected tips on how these can be great experiences. Because there is a lot to consider:

  • Use every free minute when the sun is shining. Inform yourself about webcams, how the weather is a few kilometers further. Because often their own environment sinks in the fog. Instead, the sun shines only a few miles away.
  • Bring along warm clothes and a rain jacket ! The wind often blows strongly in exposed areas. Then you are happy to have a warm jacket or a scarf that protects against a cold.
  • Nature gives us a lot in autumn. That's why we always bring a basket to collect nuts, chestnuts or beautiful autumn leaves.
  • Do not forget the camera! Especially in autumn, there are the most beautiful and colorful photo opportunities.
  • If it gets foggy, do not fret! Instead, you can then make atmospheric photos.

Autumn travel is one of the most beautiful trips in the year for us. How about you? Here are our suggestions for travel in the months of September to November.

Aachen - a walk through the old town

Discover Aachen's old town while sightseeing on a walk through the city center. Aachen is a city in North Rhine-Westphalia that invites you to take a stroll through the old town. Regardless of whether you start this city stroll at Elisenbrunnen or at the town hall, the cathedral is always in the center.

Donuts, Ausgezogene, Küchle or Bauernkrapfen

They have many names: in Bavaria, they are known as undressed or undressed. In Franconia they are called Küchle or Kiachla. In Austria they are called Bauernkrapfen. In the Franconian-Swabian and Tyrolean regions they are also known as Knieküchle or Knieküchle. What is meant is the same. They are lard pastries.

Permaculture garden in Kleinwalsertal by Andi Haller

Everyone had told him: “Nothing grows here”. Even his grandmother was convinced of this, as she had tried for years as a newcomer to prove to the locals that a garden in the Kleinwalsertal in Austria is possible. Andi Haller has shown everyone that it is possible. His permaculture garden is a feast for the eyes.