This region in France is famous for its unique and tasty wines, and travelers heading here in October will be in luck because there are a lot of wineries around. Check out the Hôtel-Dieu Museum, which Nicholas Rolin founded in 1443. It's the perfect place to see what the Burgundian architecture was like in the 15th century. Also, consider Canal de Bourgogne for fun boating and cycling sessions.
A fantastic destination for your October travel, and while you are here, visit Crete, its largest island. Enjoy walks at its exquisite beaches at Elafonisi before exploring Heraklion, its capital, to see the prestigious Heraklion Archaeological Museum. Here, you will have a great time viewing a variety of Minoan art pieces. Before you leave, visit the Ideon Cave, which the Greek Mythology says was the birthplace of Zeus, the Greek god of lightning, sky, and thunder.
Make your way to Sicily in Italy, which is famous for being the largest Mediterranean Island. October is the harvesting time in the region, and it is usually colorful. Explore delicious culinary offerings by visiting the various restaurants around. Afterward, head to Catania at the foot of Mt. Etna to buy different fish on market day. Consider the Villa Comunale Di Taormina, where you can enjoy the scenic views of the city and sea. Travelers who want to shop visit Corso Umberto where vendors sell a wide variety of items ranging from clothes and artifacts to accessories and delicious treats.
This ancient city, which was once Japan's capital, has a lot to offer to travelers in October. There are historic temples and artwork from the 8th century on sight. At the foot of Mount Wakakusa, you will find Nara Park, which dates back to 1880, making it one of the oldest Japanese parks. Watch deer wander about, and if you go to the Tamukeyama shrine, you get to enjoy picturesque views of the entire park. Before your vacation ends, visit Tōdai-Ji, the great temple that has a massive statue of Buddha.