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Condé Nast Traveler reveals top September destinations

For those who still do not want to believe the idea of holidays being over, Condé Nast Traveler has made a list of the most beautiful holiday destinations recommended for September. Once the students go back to school, some of the most spectacular destinations in the world become quieter and less overcrowded, with an atmosphere that provides relaxation.

Nothing compares with a last burst of sunshine to make the transition to the new season easier. There are a number of arguments to convince the tourists to take a vacation in September, when the sky is still blue and cloudless and the water is hotter than ever.

Among the dream like September destinations one can find:
Corfu Island in Greece: April-May and September-October tend to be the most pleasant period to visit Greece and the Greek islands. Tourists spending there their holiday will be fascinated by the blue sea and morning swimming in the Ionian Sea, not to mention the comfortable feeling and sensation of unforgettable relaxation offered by the island’s forested hills, oaks and olive trees that are still green.

Sicily, Italy: The warm wind that blows over the Mediterranean keeps for the sunniest island in Italy a hot air throughout the autumn. This is the right destination as tourists can enjoy the perfect temperature and beautiful wild beaches that are not crowded in September. However, it is cold enough to explore the labyrinthine streets of its cities of enchanting baroque architecture. The food is unforgettable as September is the perfect season for fruit produced in Etna National Park. Also, there is no problem to get a room with a moderate price in the most charming hotels in Sicily.

Budapest, Hungary: A big and romantic city, Budapest has a complex history and a special architecture. September is the driest month in the city, with warm days that let the tourists enjoy the relaxing thermal baths, sweet pastries and great coffees in the Hungarian capital.



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