Autumn and its colors amaze many travelers around the world. We have some tips for a trip.
Humpback bridge, Virginia, USA
If you love the famous romantic film The Bridges of Madison County, you have to go to Virginia. Only a few of the wooden bridges like Humpback bridge remain in the United States. The one near Covington was built in 1857 and is the oldest in Virginia. Inside, there are many "Love you"messages and greetings from visitors. Walking around the park surrounding the bridge is a pleasant and a popular spot for a picnic.
Sandia Peak Tramway, New Mexico, USA
Sandia Mountains got its name from Spanish and it means watermelon. At sunset, the mountain range gets a color of melon and when you are looking from the west, the top has greenish hue thanks to coniferous trees. Well, the more likely story is that locals mistaken gourds for watermelon.
Public transport doesn´t go to the station. You can get there by taxi or car. There´s a spacious parking lot with spaces for handicapped near the entrance. Handicapped person pays full prize for ticket, there´s discount for seniors or veterans.
Disabled person goes into the cabin first, where 50 passengers can fit in. It takes about 15 minutes to to get to the top. On the way up you pass the gullies and sandstone rocks. The disabled passenger goes out of the cabin first as well. Inside the station up at the top, you can look at an exhibition of local fauna and flora. Cibola National Park is part of the mountain range. You can enjoy amazing views of Albuquergue and surrounding area thanks to great wooden ramps.
Rikugien Gardens, Tokyo, Japan
Located in Bunkyō-ku district in nothern part of Tokio. This place is considered as one of the most beautiful parks you can visit. In the Spring time and during the Autumn the park is illuminated. There are many accessible routes. You can find the garden in front of the Komagomi station.
Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany, Europe
Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria is literally fabulous. It inspired Cinderella's castle in Walt Disney's famous kingdom.
The original and magnificent chateau was built in the 19th century by the not very important ruler Louis II. Wittelsbach, for whom culture had an important place in life. That is why the opera scene of the composer Richard Wagner had its place here. The monarch himself did not live long enough to see the completion of the construction.
Access for people with disabilities is provided by a low-floor bus. The problem may be that it stops above the castle and visitor has to descend about 500 m down . More information at https://www.neuschwanstein.de/englisch/service/contact.htm.
The castle is equipped with an elevator. The width is bit less than one meter. You can access it through another entrance.