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There is a huge range of destinations to explore this fall, where various festivals are held. Below you will find a list of the best autumn festivals selected by airtickets.
Munich (Germany) – 19 September – 4 October
Celebrated by at least six million people visiting each year, Oktoberfest is now a major event in German culture. Known for drinking beer, parades, music and a fun fair atmosphere, this is one huge European party enjoyed by both family and friends.
If you missed festivals during the summer period, Oktoberfest will certainly make up for it, so it's always worth visiting. It could also be the first year you can tell people that you've visited a real German market, not one in your local city center at Christmas.
International balloon fiesta
Albuquerque (New Mexico, USA) – October 3-11
Get ready to enjoy your eyes on hundreds of balloons rising into the air, dotting the sky with a whole host of colorful designs. In addition to being a real spectacle to watch, the festival also includes music, fireworks and a great family experience.
Halloween Parade - New York
New York (USA) – October 31
New York is usually known for its magical Christmas, but it seems that Halloween should also be considered. Get ready for elaborate costumes, colorful flags, huge dolls and a breathtaking parade. With dancers, artists and various bands playing every year, this tumultuous festival may be just the right thing to brighten up your fall.
Day of the Dead
Mexico (Various locations) – Oct. 31-Nov. 2
The Day of the Dead (or Dia de los Muertos) is a celebration of the dead, whether close or otherwise, and includes the preparation of traditional Mexican dishes as a gift. Usually held during the same period as Halloween, this non-traditional festival turns traditional spookiness upside down; Turning fear and sadness into a time of happiness and enjoyment for all.
Places like Mexico City, Yanizio Island and Oaxaca celebrate the Day of the Dead in a unique way. Expect a lot of food, parties, a procession of bright colors and costumes.
Make yourself comfortable before heading into a once-in-a-lifetime experience, enjoying the festivities of different cultures and bringing unforgettable memories.