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9 Best U.S. Cities to Visit in Fall

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Leaves are transforming colors, pumpkins are taking their place on doorsteps and temperatures are finally dropping—it’s our favorite time of the year again, fall. If you didn’t blow all your vacation days on a summer adventure, pack your bags and take a trip in the fall.

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1. New York City, New York

Not much to add here, folks.

 

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2. Denver, Colorado

There are MANY things to see and do in Denver. One of our favorites? Watching the sun go down while having a picnic in City Park.

 

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3. New Orleans, Louisiana

Strolling down the streets of New Orleans with an Abita in your hand is a must, especially when homes start debuting their seasonal costumes.

 

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4. San Antonio, Texas

Summer can be spicy in San Antonio, making late fall and early winter prime times to visit. Take a boat ride through the heart of the city, gaze at the gorgeous 19th-century mansions in the King William neighborhood nearby and definitely don’t miss out on Dia De Los Muertos. (Or the enchiladas and margaritas at Rosario’s.) #notsponsored

 

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5. Boston, Massachusetts

Catch a beautiful sunset, incredible fall foliage and wicked accents in beautiful Boston.

 

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6. Nashville, Tennessee

Music City is a wonderful place to visit in the fall for its gorgeous leaves, scarf-worthy crisp air and Cheekwood Harvest happening from September 21-October 27, 2019.

 

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7. Camden, Maine

Put this quaint New England seaside town on your fall must-visit list for its picturesque harbor, lighthouse sightseeing tours and colorful autumn scenes.

 

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8. Savannah, Georgia

Visit Savannah during the fall to gaze at entryways peppered with pumpkins, catch goosebumps on a ghost tour or stretch your legs at the Savannah Rock ‘n’ Roll 5K, half or full Marathon on November 2-3, 2019.

 

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9. Disneyland, California

It’s always a good time to visit Disneyland. Take the kids (or just the kids at heart) during fall to experience a Halloween-themed park when Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas takes over the Haunted Mansion, characters dress up in costumes and the Main Street Pumpkin Festival sets up its magic.

 

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