There are so many reasons to get psyched for breathtaking scenes will get you even more amped up than you already are — and maybe even spark some wanderlust. A New England road trip is classic fall, but we've got a few more ideas on this list.: cozy sweaters, changing leaves, and — okay, okay — even Pumpkin Spice Lattes. These
Oh, and just to make your planning a little easier, we've paired it with an awesome hotel recommendation for each city.
Fallreflects into the waters at Buels Gore, Vermont. (Note: A gore is an unincorporated area between towns. This one is located in Chittenden County.)
The Mountain Top Inn And Resort
This Norwegian autumn landscape on the island of Tjotta looks like it was taken straight out of a postcard.
Scandic Syv Sostre
The greenery surrounding this salt pond in Acadia National Park will you have 'gramming all day long.
Don't you want to go strolling around this vibrant blueberry field near Japan's Mount Ontake? Um, obviously.
This New England farm in the heart of Vermont is lush withsugar maples. Must find pancakes ASAP.
Through this autumn clearing you'll find the Captain William Smith House, dedicated to the opening battle of the American Revolutionary War.
When the sun sets on Mount Iwate, it's a stunning backdrop for this field of brilliantand autumn-hued leaves.
The town of Strafford, with its little white buildings and sprawling acres, looks the most pictureesque in the fall months.
The Lyme Inn
Beehive Mountain, which overlooks Sand Beach, is about as tranquil a view as we could ever imagine.
The La Sal Mountains in Castle Valley look remarkable when the leaves turn.
The Gonzo Inn
Bybrook River runs past quaint stone cottages in Castle Combe, a village that's claimed to be England's most captivating.
The Peppermill Hotel
This Granby road, lined with warm hues, looks like a painting. But nope, this is real life, folks.
Quintessential fall foliage and bourbon? Where can we sign up?
The Campbell House
We can't imagine a more rela fall day than in this park under this golden overhang.
There's no filter needed for these super saturated trees. Every snap is picture perfect.
This quaint New Hampshire church set amongst the autumn leaves has us swooning.
Inn At Bowman
Arona is a town on northern Italy's Lake Maggiore, and by the looks of it, the fall season here might be just as magnificent as the summer.
Park Hotel Villa Belvedere
Fall casts even the most imposing skyscrapers in NYC in a warm, inviting light (we almost forget we're looking at a bustling metropolitan area). It's autumn in New York, after all.
The Greenwich Hotel
Come fall, this national park in Japan looks absolutely awe-inspiring.
Oze Park Hotel
Autumn brush gives way to the striking Risshakuji Temple in the Tohoku Region of Japan.
Sendai Royal Park Hotel
If there's one place you could go in the US and feel like you're stepping back into a more idyllic time, this has got to be it.
You might think of the alps as more of a winter destination, but let this stunning photo convince you otherwise.
Hotel Mont Blanc
Japan's Daisetsuzan National Park has numerous sprawling mountains — this one in particular is called Mount Tokachi, and it's an active volcano!
A vast wilderness in northern Washington State, this park includes glaciers, mountain ranges, and fresh water lakes.
Ross Lake Resort
Don't go chasin' ... you know the rest. Karasawa waterfall in the Koshinetsu Region of Japan looks like something out of a dream.
Hotel Nikko Niigata