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These are the most beautiful destinations in November

In November, you have to travel a little further if you want to escape the dark, short days in Central Europe. Here are the most beautiful destinations.

4 November 2021


India, as we all know, is not a small country and basically has a ton of sightseeing to offer throughout the year. The high season is in December and January, as it is the best time to travel to most regions. From the Taj Mahal, the "Crown of Palaces", to the beaches of India's west coast in Gujarat and Maharashtra, the peaks of the Himalayas to the Red Fort in Agra - there are a thousand things to discover in the country with one of the world's oldest cultures. Special highlight: In October and November the Hindus celebrate Diwali, the festival of light. Throughout India, strings of lights are hung, oil lamps are lit and celebratory fireworks can be seen, which is a unique experience!

India is rich in culture and breathtaking landscapes. © Julian Yu/ Unsplash, Mohit Khatri/ Unsplash


Especially for travelers with a small budget Thailand is attractive, because not only the flights, but also beautiful resorts are relatively cheap. In November, the rainy season in Thailand is just over and the temperatures are pleasant and not too oppressive - optimal conditions for a relaxing holiday. While holidaymakers on islands such as Ko Samui or Ko Lanta can expect white sandy beaches and temperatures around 30 degrees, cultural strongholds such as Chiang Mei or Pai in the north of the country offer the opportunity to get to know the rich traditions of Thailand.

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Not only fans of Che Guevara are enthralled by the colorful Caribbean island, Cuba is also immensely popular for its music, fiery dances, cigars, rum and infectious joie de vivre among travelers from all over the world. November marks the beginning of the dry and hot time of year here and the low season is officially over. For those interested in culture, the old town of Havana with its colourful architecture and many vintage cars is particularly attractive, while in the evenings travellers and Habaneros meet to make music and dance the rumba, salsa or mambo in the lively capital. Nature enthusiasts also get their money's worth in Cuba: for example, they can explore the impressive Mogotes Mountains in the Valle de Viñales or the Topes de Collantes National Park with its lush vegetation in the south of the island on a hike.

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Dominican Republic

One of the best destinations in November is the south coast of the Dominican Republic, where white sandy beaches and turquoise Caribbean sea offer the ideal conditions for a relaxing beach holiday. But the island state not only invites you to snorkel, swim and dive, the Dominican Republic also has a lot to offer culturally: For example, the capital Santa Domingo, which is considered the oldest settlement built by Europeans in the Caribbean, invites you to stay with many historical attractions such as the former palace of the Spanish colonial government or the ruins of the Monasterio de San Francisco, the first monastery on American soil. Also worth seeing is the modern memorial Faro a Colón. This commemorates the discovery of America.

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Who thinks that Japan is only worth visiting during the cherry blossom time in spring, is very wrong. Because alone in November, Japan has pleasant temperatures around 16 degrees and no more sultry heat. Sightseeing in Tokyo, Kyoto and Hiroshima while the foliage transforms the cities into a colourful landscape creates a very special atmosphere. In addition, the air in Japan is always clearer in November, increasing the chances of a clear view of Japan's highest mountain, the Fuji-San volcano. The highlights of the country include not only the traditional culture and the famous Japanese cuisine, but also a variety of beautiful temples and shrines such as the Senso-ji Temple or the Meiji Shrine and the fascinating landscape.

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Enjoy the fairytale Marrakech, visit the seaside paradise of Agadir with over 300 days of sunshine a year, take a road trip through the vast Atlas Mountains or surf on the Atlantic coast in the port city of Essaouira. Whether you are looking for adventure on your holiday or want to immerse yourself in the world of 1001 Nights, everything is possible in Morocco. Holidaymakers can experience unforgettable impressions here on the beach, in the desert, in the mountains or in the sea. For the inland, November is the peak tourist season, while you can enjoy the coastal areas in November outside the peak season with fewer tourists.

At the foot of the Atlas Mountains lies the city of Aït-Ben-Haddou, which has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987. © Henry Dick/ Unsplash

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