It’s safe to say that everyone’s favorite fall activity is looking at nature’s canvas and shifting the palette of fall colors
A trip up to your nearest mountain range for a weekend of camping, s’more-making and snuggling under the stars could be just what the doctor ordered.
Staycations are seriously underrated, especially when it comes to romance. There are two ways to do it: check into a hotel in your hometown or hole up at home.
On the opposite end of the spectrum from a staycation is a cruise. Cruise vacations typically require more than a weekend – or even a few days – but they also pamper you with all-inclusive.
The city that never sleeps is particularly charming in fall. Gone are the soaring, stifling temperatures of summer; plus, an autumnal trip will likely help you avoid the cold, snowy winter weather, too.
Summer is a popular time to hit the beach, so fall is the perfect time to head off on a romantic coastal getaway.
Cracking open a bottle of wine and sharing it with your significant other is romantic all on its own.
Finally, if there’s one place known as a perfect fall destination, it’s New England. From quaint coastal cities to lush national parks to Halloween-centric towns where witches once went on trial,