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Fall is upon us and, yes, there is more to the season than pumpkin spice everything! No matter where you wander, the best way to experience the places you travel to this season is through each of your five senses. So, grab a scarf and a pair of comfortable shoes and get ready to live this fall to the fullest. These are some of our top fall travel picks.

Fall Travel Ventana Canyon | Window Walk Trail


Arizona’s nature on show along the Window Walk Trail

By far, one of the highlights of a visit to Tucson is the chance to see the unique Southwestern landscape up close and personal. For guests at Loews Ventana Canyon Resort, the easiest way to immerse yourself in the sights of the surrounding is to hit the half-mile walking path behind the hotel. Signs along the path created in collaboration with the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum will introduce you to the native plants and animals you’ll spy as you stroll, and stops along the way include the Butterfly Garden, where you can see dozens of Monarchs fluttering amid the flowers, and a tortoise habitat. You also have the chance to get a front-row view of the area’s magnificent 80-foot waterfall from the vantage point of its base.

Fall Travel | Music in Nashville | Loews Vanderbilt


The world’s biggest stars live on stage in Nashville

Music City offers exciting performances every day and night of the year, thanks to its line-up of honky-tonks, historic concert halls and headliner-ready arenas. This fall, the action is even hotter, with stars like Ed Sheeran, Bruno Mars and Elton John all taking to the stage at Bridgestone Arena in the coming days and weeks. Visiting Nashville from out of town? Loews Vanderbilt’s Music City Concerts package includes your hotel room for the night, along with free self-parking, a $35 food and beverage credit for your stay and a $20 Lyft credit to make it easy to get to the show.

Fall Travel | Central Park NYC


The crisp fall air in Central Park

With its 843 acres of grass, trees and multi-use outdoor space, it’s easy to see why Central Park is often called New York City’s playground. Beautiful in every season, it’s especially striking in fall, when you can catch the leaves turning into cozy, golden shades of red, yellow and orange. After time spent exploring the streets of the city, there’s nothing quite as rejuvenating as a break in the park. Whether you opt for a jog around the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir, a stroll through the leafy Ramble, or time spent exploring the Mall and Literary Walk, the crisp, cool air in Central Park will leave you feeling inspired and invigorated.

Fall Travel | Stone Crabs at Lure Fishbar Miami


The sweetness of local stone crabs in Miami

Visiting a coastal location like Miami Beach demands that you sample the local seafood. Good news for anyone heading to Loews Miami Beach Hotel in South Beach this fall—mid-October marks the opening of stone crab season and you can experience their deliciously sweet flavor right on-site at the hotel’s Lure Fishbar. Stone crabs are only available in South Florida from this part of the fall to the spring, and the limited season contributes to the dish’s status as one of Miami’s most beloved culinary treats. If you love seafood, don’t miss this chance to try a platter of fresh stone crab claws, paired with your favorite beverage.

Fall Travel | Hollywood Sign view from Hollywood Reservoir


The refreshing beauty of the Hollywood Reservoir

Fitness is more than just a pastime in Los Angeles, so there are plenty of ways to work up a sweat across the city. But when you’ve already hiked Runyon Canyon and tried the latest spin class du jour, it’s time for something a bit further off the beaten path. Fall is the perfect time to hit “refresh” on your walking route, with a morning or afternoon at the Hollywood Reservoir, located between the 101 freeway and the western side of Griffith Park. You’ll get to savor the feel-good endorphins that come with exercise and feel the calming benefits of water views in one of the quietest pockets of the city. Views of the Hollywood Sign are the icing on the cake.


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