@NatGeoTravel Twitter Chat: Best Fall Trips

Savvy travelers know that fall is the best time to hit the road: destinations are less crowded, less expensive, not as muggy. A flurry of autumn festivals and events fill the calendar, and seasonal dishes pile up on harvest tables.

If you’re looking for timely ideas for where to go and what to do—or have your own opinions you want to share on this topic—join me, Traveler features editor Amy Alipio (@amytravels), for @NatGeoTravel‘s next Twitter chat on Wednesday, September 2.

> Here’s how:

  • When: 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. ET on Wednesday, September 2
  • Where: On Twitter via @NatGeoTravel. Follow the hashtag #NatGeoTravelChat to join us!

During the live chat, I will pose a series of questions that will be revealed periodically throughout the hour. But make no mistake: We want to hear from you, too.

The @NatGeoTravel team and I will be retweeting our favorite responses, so be sure to follow along and add your insight to the conversation by using the hashtag #NatGeoTravelChat.

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