1. Perthshire, Scotland
Big Trees Country, also known as Perthshire, a county renowned for its stunning natural beauty, is one of Europe’s most beautiful spots for fall colors. You may go exploring and take beautiful photos here due to its many lochs and rivers that reflect its gold and copper-colored slopes. Near Loch Tummel, the Killiecrankie Pass, and Knock Hill, you’ll discover some of Scotland’s most picturesque locations. Knock Hill is a beautiful, somewhat steep climb through mixed woods and heathery overlooks, with stunning views of the Highlands to the north from the top.
2. Cumbria, in the United Kingdom
3. Bruges, Belgium
With red and gold vines draped over ancient buildings, Bruges, Europe’s medieval capital, transforms into one of the continent’s most attractive towns in the autumn. The canals’ colorful reflections provide a particularly beautiful ambiance and plenty of shooting opportunities. Visit some of the city’s open-air markets while you’re there; several of them are open until November. It’s also the ideal opportunity to indulge in some of its world-famous chocolate drinks. The finest hot chocolate in Bruges can be found at De Proeverie.
4. Bavaria, Germany
You’ll discover more of Europe’s most beautiful landscape in Southern Germany, with endless Alpine woods bursting with color against snow-covered mountains. You may go trekking in the Alps, take a romantic horse-drawn carriage ride, and sample local wines at a Bavarian winery at this time of year. There are also lots of wine and beer festivals to attend. Among the more than twenty-five ancient castles and palaces to be found in the area are the likes of Neuschwanstein Castle, Linderhof Palace, Nuremberg Castle, and Burghausen Castle.