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The 4 Most Vibrant City Breaks This Fall

Adventure, nightlife and glamour: this fall we experience the pulse of pulsating metropolises, from L.A. to Delhi to Seoul.

October 18, 2022

Instead of scurrying around downtown in the cold and fog, we're drawn to warmer climes this fall - and to diverse turbulent metropolises that are as vibrant as they are inspiring. These four major cities offer everything from good food and great hotels to exclusive shopping opportunities that your heart desires in the fall.

São Paulo


Sao Paulo – 4 pulsierende Metropolen für einen Städtetrip im Herbst
The Mercado Municipal is a huge historic indoor market in São Paulo. © Getty Images

São Paulo is considered the New York of South America: it's an exciting metropolis, vibrant, creative, surprising and extremely diverse; with modern architecture and a creative food scene you just have to get a taste of.

Los Angeles


Los Angeles - 4 pulsierende Metropolen für einen Städtetrip im Herbst
Downtown Los Angeles, where palm trees meet skyscrapers. © Getty Images

The city of angels – and millionaires: Los Angeles walks (or rather drives) on the sunny side of life – such as Venice Beach, where you'll find tanned surfers and plenty of foodie hotspots that boast tons of healthy options. L.A. is more than a city, it's a way of life.

Related: The Best Hotels in L.A.



Delhi - 4 Metropolen für einen Städtetrip im Herbst
Modern landmark: the Lotus Temple in Delhi. © Getty Images

India's capital city has a reputation for being one big mess. That may be true, but nowhere does chaos function as smoothly and poetically as in this city, which also boasts amazingly quiet, green and – above all – luxurious areas.



Seoul - 4 pulsierende Metropolen für einen Städtetrip im Herbst
Seoul, another city that never sleeps. © Mauritius Images

Buddhist temples in front of skyscrapers, K-pop playing in the streets, lots of shopping and a national park: nowhere else do high-tech future and tradition meet in such an inspiring way as in the capital of South Korea.

Text: Katharina Kotrba and Philipp Josef Rossmann

This article appeared in the Falstaff TRAVEL issue Fall 2022.

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