Best Places to Travel in November
Didn’t get a chance to vacation this summer but still dying to get away? November is the perfect time to get in those end of the year trips. With two holiday weekends, it is just begging for you to hop on a plane with your friends or family and take advantage. Whether your heart is set on the sand and sun or you’re embracing the cool, crisp wind, Rubinsohn Travel has a destination for all. Check out some of our favorite spots below!
Extend your summer with a trip to the gorgeous island of Bermuda. Everyone loves the feeling of relaxing on the beach with a drink in their hand and sand between their toes. Bermuda beaches are known for their uniquely beautiful pink-sand and with temperatures staying in the mid-70s, its
Canada, O Canada! With one step into Montreal, you’ll think you’ve transported to a European fantasy. From its boutiques and cafes to its cobblestone streets, there’s no denying its Parisian vibes. November is the perfect time to visit the city and all of its unique events like the La grande dégustation de Montréal tasting event that hosts 200 wine producers, distillers, and brewers plus features 1200 great products. That sounds like our kind of event!
When you think of Iceland, you think of the Northern Lights and the breath-taking waves of hues over the icy mountain tops. Instead of thinking and dreaming about them, why not take a trip to witness the one of a kind light show in person? Sure November will be a little chilly, but this is the time of year when the crowds start to die down so you can get a front-row seat of the magic. If you get too cold, you can always take a warm dip in the many heated outdoor pools. The famous Blue Lagoon is Iceland’s best-known geothermal spa with temperatures of 98-104 degrees Fahrenheit. It also contains minerals like silica and sulfur that can easily be applied to the face as a skin-benefiting mask. This is a lagoon worthy of an Instagram selfie.
Buenos Aires, Argentina
While things start to cool down in the northern hemisphere, things are just heating up in Argentina! Buenos Aires is full of regional foods, craft vendors, musicians, and tango dancers. You can explore the city one day and grab a breath of fresh air the next in Tigre. This city is just an hour train ride away and is home to artist markets, parks, and museums. With attractive hotel prices, this is a trip you won’t want to pass