The early sunsets, bustling of skies, pumpkins and yummy cuisines, guess what? Its autumn around the edge and it’s time for a sneak peak break from work and schools to spend some quality time planning a short sweet vacation trip with your family and friends.
Summer is ended and winter is yet to reach, this is the good time to take a short break and have fun, lets fauna be your playground this autumn as you enjoy along leaf filled pathways through the forest when the waves touch your surfboard on an adventure holiday. Let’s take in magnificent sights on a country hike and cycle. Let’s get damp and wild at the coast, waterparks and explore festivals, while thrill seekers can get muddy and discover the aura of nature. It is not a glare of color which makes autumn so precious and tempting but this is the session when you enjoy your life as much as you can, so have you decided to make your autumn break lively? Immerse yourself in the essence of autumn.
Festivals in autumn across the world
It has been two years since SIGNAL brought those to light up Prague for the first time. Since then the new trends in connecting creativity, new technologies and public space are regularly presented in the streets of the city. Within two editions SIGNAL became the most visited cultural event in the Czech Republic. Festival takes place this year from October 15th until October 18th in Prague; it is especially for autumn break session. The first edition of the SIGNAL light festival was visited by 250,000 people last year; that is why it is going to attract its audience by more than 20 light installations; the visitors may in particular start looking forward to a number of interactive projects inviting their participation. There is also breathtaking video mapping shows projected on the fronts of major Prague buildings, like the St. Ludmila Church, Michna Palace and newly also the Municipal Library and the Kinsky Palace in the Old Town Square. The Installation of luminous circular pads that change color depending on the visitors, Its Prague premiere is certainly feast for all those who like to play with light. The festival will also present light installations by Czech artists.
Dubrovnik is extremely busy in the summer months where accommodation is hard to find and endless cruise ships dock in its port, adding to the already overcrowded streets and beaches. Autumn however brings out the best of Dubrovnik; it takes on a tranquil, laidback atmosphere, the weather is less humid, the sea is still warm enough for swimming and accommodation and ferries prices drop considerably, you can enjoy party in cruise. Hop on a 50-minute ferry to the tiny, car-free island of Lopud; it is famous for having one of the best beaches in the Dubrovnik region, Sunj in summer everyone in the region with a motorized vessel heads there for a swim. Come in autumn enjoy your autumn break and party hard because the Adriatic at its best.
Day of the Dead
It a Mexican holiday celebrated throughout Mexico in autumn break, in particular the Central and South regions, and acknowledged around the world in other cultures. The holiday emphases on gatherings of family and friends to pray for and remember friends and family members, who have died and help, support their spiritual journey. Usually this festival is celebrated all over the world. It is coincide with Roman Catholic Tridumm Festival of Allhalowtide: All Saints’ Eve, All Saints Day and All Souls Day Tradions connected with the holiday including building private attars it is called ofrendas, honoring the using sugar skulls, marigolds, and the favorite foods and beverages of the departed and visiting graves with these as gifts. Visitors also leave possessions of the deceased at the graves people do it from all over the world. Well in Mexico each province has its own way of honoring the eternal circle of life and each family takes the chance to remember and give thanks for their late loved ones and descendants. Altars are set up through the streets and costumes and decorations are sold in local shops. Picnics and music takes place in graveyards as the living literally dance on the graves of the dead. In 2008 the tradition was adorned in the Representative List of the Incorporeal Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO.
Six full weeks of partying is about to get underway on the Hawaiian Islands. This sixty two year old event celebrates the diverse customs and traditions of Hawaiian culture through music, dance, cuisine and art. Be wowed by the hula dancing and ukulele music against a stunning backdrop of rain forests and vast mountains. Amidst the reliever, take time out for a breather at this beautiful accommodation in Maui.