Where to Go This September & October

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With kids back in school and the temperatures cooling down from the summer, fall is the perfect time to travel. If you need a few destination ideas, we have you covered – just be sure to skip the parking at Newark Airport and start your trip off at NALTP!

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Why:  It’s spring down in South America, which means mild temperatures, blooming foliage, and thinner crowds than during the popular summertime.

What to See: La Recoleta Cemetery (home to beautiful mausoleums), Casa Rosada (the presidential palace), and El Zanjon de Granados (history museum)

Where to Go: Palermo (chic neighborhood), Corrientes Avenue (theaters, boutiques, tango performances), and the Plaza del Mayo (historic square)

San Francisco, California

Why: September brings clear blue skies and endless sunshine while October brings one of the country’s most elaborate costume parades.

What to See: The Golden Gate Bridge (iconic red suspension bridge), Alcatraz & Angel Island (famous prison), and the cable cars (ride, don’t just see)

Where to Go: Fisherman’s Wharf (bustling waterfront), and Ferry Building Marketplace (ideal spot for foodies), and The Exploratorium (hands-on museum)

Cape Town, South Africa

Why: Springtime temperatures in Cape Town stay around an idyllic 75 degrees and if you’re a nature lover, September and early October are great times to spot wildlife.

What to See: The District Six Museum (apartheid history), Greenmarket Square (one of the oldest public squares), and Bo-Kaap (vibrant, colorful neighborhood)

Where to Go: Table Mountain (hike it or take the cable car), Boulders Beach (swim with penguins), and the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront (bustling harbor)

Denver, Colorado

Why: Fall leaves start to turn gold on Rocky Mountain trees in September and continue to change colors through October, making Denver a beautiful place to be.

What to See: Union Station (transit station and shopping center), Denver Art Museum (more than 70,000 pieces), and the Coors Brewery (brewing since 1873)

Where to Go: The Great American Beer Festival (Sept. 20-22), Red Rocks Amphitheater (stunning natural venue), and the 16th Street Mall (mile-long pedestrian promenade)

Sydney, Australia

Why: Like Argentina, it’s springtime down in Australia, so temperatures are warming up and the weather is perfect for flower festivals, football, and waterfront strolls.

What to See: The Great Barrier Reef (largest coral reef system in the world), the Sydney Opera House (architectural icon), and the Jenolan Caves (caves, underground rivers, rock formations)

Where to Go: Bondi Beach (famous surfing spot), The Royal Botanic Garden (74 acres of nature), The Rocks (quaint cobblestone neighborhood)

San Antonio, Texas

Why: This year marks San Antonio’s 300th anniversary, so the city has been bustling with festivals, events, and celebrations all year long. Plus, the fall weather is beautiful.

What to See: The Dia de los Muertos celebration (Oct. 27-28), the Alamo Mission (historic fort), and the San Antonio Museum of Art (art from around the word)

Where to Go: The Main Plaza (bustling public space), the San Antonio River Walk (scenic walkway with shops & eateries), and the Natural Bridge Caverns (60-foot limestone bridge)

Tokyo, Japan

Why: Skip the massive crowds during the cherry blossom season and visit in the fall, where the foliage is beautiful and the temperatures are in the 70s.

What to See: The Tokyo National Museum (lots of Japanese history), Imperial Palace (home of the Emperor), and the Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden (144 acres of green space)

Where to Go: The Tsukiji Fish Market (world’s largest & oldest fish market), Odaiba (exciting neighborhood/island), and Akihabara (premier electronics district)

Where are YOU going this fall? Wherever it is, skip the parking at Newark Airport and make your reservation with NALTP. You’ll love our security features, vehicle services, friendly staff, and more!