The Most Picturesque And Colorful Places To Visit This November

All the places around the world have something special to be seen at any time of the year. However, there are some places that is better to be seen in autumn time just because of the special charm and beauty they have, especially in November. Therefore if you feel like making a small trip this autumn, take a look at our suggestions and enjoy the little virtual trip.

Quebec, Canada

There are thirteen provinces and territories in Canada and Quebec is one of them. It borders with Ontario, James Bay, Hudson Bay, Hudson Strait, Ungava Bay as well as Newfoundland and Labrador. After Ontario, Quebec happens to be the second most populous province of Canada. There lives a French-speaking population which makes the French language their official language.

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Ontario, Canada

The territory of the east-central Canada is reserved for the beautiful Ontario, Canada’s most populous province. It is where the capital city Ottawa is located, as well as the nation’s most populous city, Toronto.

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Nuremberg, Germany

Bavaria is the Germany’s most beautiful and picturesque region. On the River Pegnitz and about 170 km away from Munich there lies a city called Nuremberg which is a must in autumn time. It is the second largest city in Bavaria with approximately 3.5 million of inhabitants who enjoy the beauties of their hometown. There is no better place on Earth for one to enjoy its beer in November.

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Wurzburg, Germany

Another Northern Bavarian city is on the list of top five places to visit this November. It is located on the Main River and it has about 124.000 inhabitants. What makes this place special is the architecture, the streets, the cozy atmosphere and the delicious local food.

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Saint Petersburg, Russia

Saint Petersburg is an important Russian port on the Baltic Sea and the second largest city in Russia, after the capital. There live about five millions of people. The city was founded by Tsar Peter the Great and the city changed the name several times. It used to be known as Petrograd and Leningrad as well. This cultural capital city of Russia is a modern city that attracts a lots of tourists. One of the largest art museums in the world is located exactly there.

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