In autumn, nature reaches one of its greatest moments of manifestation. Leaves take the front of the stage: from the explosion of the intense red of maples and wild cherry trees to the brilliant shades of yellow, ochre and orange, mixed with the brown tones of beeches and ancient oaks, tree leaves create colour and light displays, transforming the woods into magical landscapes and the city parks into places to rediscover.
Why nature changes its colours in autumn
Autumn colours bewitch a transversal and heterogeneous audience throughout the world.
The best destinations to see autumn colours
Autumn colours tourism
To aid autumn foliage enthusiasts, interactive maps have also been created to check in real time the state of the tree leaves, which changes from week to week. Foliage bulletins are indispensable for planning excursions. In Italy, the Park of Monza, for example, provides an interactive map - available online - that indicates real guided tours through its trees, divided according to shades and updated as the colours change.