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Great Britain: The ten most beautiful autumn destinations

To travel to all of the below areas when you arrive in the UK, avoiding the hassle of various modes of transport, you are advised to choose a rental car, which will not only offer you the comfort of your travels but will give you the opportunity to enjoy a fantastic route with stunning scenery that you would not have the chance to discover under other circumstances.

The end of summer may bring melancholy to most of us, but it is hard to deny that autumn is also a beautiful time. From mid-September to the end of October, the landscape is full of crimson and golden yellow colours from the leaves that fall from the trees. Read the top 10 places to visit in the UK in the fall.

Faskally Wood, Perthshire, Scotland
Perthshire is famous as a place with huge trees, having about 25 species, and includes Scots pine. It is a wonderful destination for autumn as the colours and the natural landscape offers the visitor an unforgettable experience, while the bright light and the musical performances make the nights take a magical form.

Lime Avenue in Marbury Country Park, Cheshire, North West England
The park is located in the heart of the Northwich Community in Woodland, being part of the Mersey Forest. The blonde shades that the unique autumn landscape of the area will give you will force you to immortalize it many times since you offer to give a different "note" to your Instagram feed.

New Forest, Hampshire, Southern England
The ancient woodlands of New Forest National Park cover over 50 acres. Discover the impressive sequoias planted in the late 1850s, as well as alder, beech, chestnut and other varieties. Take the path with the tall trees under the iconic conifers on the Rhinefield Ornamental Drive – one of the most beautiful places to experience the image of vibrant autumn shades, which are at their best at the New Forest Hiking Festival in October.

Richmond Park, London, England
Escape the city and enjoy the rich autumn colours by cycling or walking in Richmond Park, at a time when the old oaks seem to be painted in bright orange. It is a habitat, one of the largest royal parks in London and three times larger than New York's Central Park. You will likely discover wild animals living among the autumn leaves since Richmond has been a deer park since 1637.

Bodnant Gardens, Colwyn Bay, Wales
It enjoys a magnificent location overlooking Snowdonia's Carneddau Mountains, with its most impressive sites being the majestic chestnut trees, a waterfall and a deep valley with tall trees. October is the best month to enjoy the shades of the season, ideally taking an autumn walk with a local.

Bedgebury National Pinetum & Forest, Kent, South West England
It is known as the "Garden of England" and is the place where you can find the finest coniferous trees in the world. Most of these species come from all over the world, and if you take a walk, you will see trees from California, Scotland and even Taiwan. Orange, red, purple, and yellow leaves adorn the sheds and forest floor during the summer months. If you are looking for something more exciting, adventurous guys can climb, balance, and zip through the treetops in the Go Ape Bedgebury forest.

Stewart House Mountain, County Down, Northern Ireland
The majestic house is surrounded by one of the National Trust's most unusual gardens. The warm climate of Strangford Lough lagoon favours the growth of exotic plants, which has led parts of the garden to look very much like parts of the Mediterranean. In October, Mount Stewart guides take guests on an autumn walk in the bronze colours of the garden.

Stourhead, Wiltshire, South West England
The world-famous 18th-century Stourhead Gardens, which include classical temples, a pond and a vaulted cave, were described as a "living work of art" when they first opened in 1740. The first gardeners planted plane trees, oaks, beeches and Spanish, exotic trees and shrubs were added to the place. The reflection of the trees in the lake with all their golden glow, is an incredible spectacle for everyone.

Kew Gardens, London, England
Just 20 minutes from the city centre, Kew Gardens is home to some of the rarest plant species in the world. There are organized excursions and tree identification courses in a huge area of 300 acres.

Westonbirt National Arboretum, Gloucestershire, South West England
The Westonbirt Arboretum was created in the mid-19th century and is home to around 15,000 species from around the world. The serene oasis is in orgasm in autumn from late September to November. However, October is generally the best time to visit the place when the maple trees are at their best. There are 17-mile trails along the 600-acre area, which is divided into three main areas: the Old Arboretum, the ancient Silk Wood Forest and Downs Meadow.

To travel to all of the above areas when you arrive in the UK, avoiding the hassle of various modes of transport, you are advised to choose a rental car, which will not only offer you the comfort of your travels but will give you the opportunity to enjoy a fantastic route with stunning scenery that you would not have the chance to discover under other circumstances. You can find quality car hire services by Enjoy Travel for all UK to make this trip come true and live a wonderful lifetime experience.

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