Meet The Beautiful Autumn Sceneries

Hong Kong, China
By GreaterGo Editor
13 Oct 2023

Meet The Beautiful Autumn Sceneries

In autumn, day lights get shorter, the temperatures drop and the pace of life slows down. Whether you're looking to extend your summer, avoid the crowds of peak season or can't wait for the golden leaves to fall, GreaterGo have selected 5 destinations that stand out in the autumn haze. Let's follow us and enjoy this wonderful autumn sonata.



Nami island, Korea

Nami Island is a half-moon-shaped isle near Seoul. Featured on the famous Korean drama, 'Winter Sonata,' this romantic destination is a real charmer. Magic and unique, the islet of Nami declared cultural independence from Korea, calling itself the Naminara Republic. Featuring beautiful tree lanes, woodlands, riverside walks, and many more, Nami Island offers picture-perfect scenery all year round. It is just surprising how this small island has it all! 

The autumn scenery of Nami Island is breaktaking, making it a must-visit for shutterbug.



Tuscany, Italy

Tuscany is known as the birthplace of the Renaissance. The city that is renowned as the homeland of the Renaissance in Florence.

Autumn is the harvest season in Tuscany, and also a fantastic time of year to travel to bella Toscana. Autumn is the time of year when the vineyard's fall colours are at their best, as they will turn from vibrant greens to yellows, oranges and reds. The autumn colours in the vineyards are so beautiful that even the locals are unable to resist  taking photos.

The Tuscan grape harvest (vendemmia) is usually in September and October, and it's a great time to head out into the Tuscan countryside. You'll see people working in the fields, tractors on the roads laden with freshly harvested grapes, and wine festivals such as the Chianti Classico Wine Expo in Greve, Chianti.


The Golden Polish Autumn, Poland

The Golden Polish Autumn is but a short period of time between the end of September and the beginning of October. However, during this time, Poland transforms into a colourful, beautiful, seasonal mix. It is nature's most elegant and seductive moment.

Flocks of birds fly to warmer climates, while Poland's fields are busy with harvesting. At the end of autumn, Poland celebrates one of the most important and solemn religious holidays - All Saint’s Day. During this time, the height of the tourist season is winding down, and kids are back in school. This is the best time to venture out into Polish forests and parks, Baltic beaches, and the countryside.



Markt Hartmannsdorf, Austria

The sun hangs low over the fields of Markt Hartmannsdorf, a village in the Austrian state of Styria, where the crops have been harvested. Winter is approaching, but there are still a few months of pleasant autumn before the village is engulfed in snow. All roads lead to the 36-metre-high tower of the central church, which stands out when the trees start to lose their leaves. You can escape the busy city and enjoy the tranquillity that can only be found in the countryside surrounded by nature. Wake up in a cosy room at a local fruit farm - early autumn is the perfect time to take part in the apple and pear harvest and enjoy the peaceful outdoors.


Red Leaves Canyon, Jinan China

Located in the southern mountainous area of Jinan City, the Red Leaves Canyon Eco-Cultural Tourism Zone covers an area of more than 4,000 acres, with a wide variety of plants, including yellow maki, red maple, wisteria, etc. There are more than 400 kinds of plants in the park, and millions of trees, making it a suburban scenic tourism zone with a focus on ecology and culture.

In late autumn, the forests are dyed in different colours, including deep red, maroon, golden yellow and light green, which look like ribbons of dyed colours from afar, forming a natural landscape unique to the Red Leaf Valley.

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