30 Things to Do in November
Last month was busy! Good busy. A trip to Niagara Falls, lots of fall family outings, my son’s 9th birthday, family visiting from the North Carolina and an awesome Halloween.
While October is one of my favourite months, so is November!
November is my birthday month and it’s also the month I get ready for the holidays. Honestly, I’m not sure how long I can wait before I put up all the Christmas decorations and start making gingerbread houses. Any other Christmas fans out there?
To me, November is such an exciting month and it usually goes by pretty fast. But, I am going to try to slow it down if I can and enjoy watching the last leaves fall on this beautiful autumn we’ve had.
In keeping with my “things to do this month” series, today I am sharing some simple things and fun activities you can do in November, including a few local Ottawa events you should check out.
1. Start your holiday shopping – I’ve already got a jumpstart on my Christmas gift list, and I am happy about that, because by the time the holidays roll around things can get a bit crazy. Slow it down and start your shopping earlier so you have time to browse and find thoughtful presents. It also means more time sipping eggnog and chilling by a yule log come Christmastime.
2. Attend the Tea and Chocolate Festival – at the Nepean Sportsplex, on November 2nd to 3rd, tea and chocolate lovers can enjoy a delightful time discovering new brands of their favourite treats.
3. Change your clocks – While not a super “fun activity”, this is a friendly reminder that daylight savings time ends November 3rd at 2 am, so you fall back an hour. It does mean an extra hour of the weekend!
4. Take a serene walk in the woods – we’re having an awesome autumn here in Ontario, but now the leaves are falling down. Take advantage of walking on a tapestry of leaves before it snows and get lost in the woods for a while.
5. Pick up some throw blankets – I may have a throw blanket obsession; I love them so much and so do the rest of the family. As we are moving into the colder months, get out your favourite throw blankets and maybe get a new one or two, they will come in handy!
6. Take deep breaths – the first Wednesday of November is National Stress Awareness Day, and it is a great opportunity to take a step back and do anything that is stress-free!
7. Binge watch a new show – there are so many great things to do on the weekend, but every now and then you need to chill out in your jammies, on the couch, watching a new or favourite show.
8. Make your own homemade jam or chutney – not only is jam and chutney perfect for so many holiday meals, they make great gifts too.
9. Attend the Pet Expo – if you’re a pet lover (or know someone who is) this is the event for you! November 9th – 10th at the EY Centre here in Ottawa get together with thousands of pets and pet owners for an event that is sure to be fun!
10. Bake cookies – the whole month of December is like gameday for baking cookies, but right now is the best time to try out a whole bunch of recipes for the holiday season! Even better if you can freeze them for the holidays.
11. Observe Remembrance Day– it is important to remember those who came before us to make this nation the amazing country it is today! We’ll be taking the time to remember today. In the United States, it is Veterans Day and a wonderful time to say thank you to veterans who have served. I am going to give my husband a big hug, he served in the US Navy!
12. Take family photos – whether you hire a photographer or DIY a photoshoot, family photos are a blast for Christmas cards and sharing on social media, now is a great time to start planning for a session.
13. Be extra kind – November 13th is World Kindness Day and the perfect day to be extra kind to everyone you meet. If you are looking for an excuse to bring something tasty into the office, today is the day!
14. Get into your pyjamas early – November 14th is National Family Pajama Day and I think it should be a day of having the whole family in their PJs with a good movie and a bowl of popcorn!
15. Start watching holiday movies – let’s be honest, one month is not nearly long enough to watch all the awesome holiday movies. You have to start early! Right now is the perfect time to begin a marathon of the best holiday movies (and movies you watch around the holidays. My husband watches Lord of The Rings around this time, for some reason).
16. Visit a handmade market – I love all things crafty and if you are looking for great decorations and gift ideas, visit the Mistletoe & Ivy Handmade Market here in Ottawa, at Allsaints event space on November 16th, hosted by Grow Studios. Last year I had the awesome privilege of visiting the studios and the wonderful craft-makers!
17. Donate to your local food bank – recently I had the opportunity to drop by our local food bank warehouse and felt humbled and thankful for all the amazing work they do. Now is a great time to make a donation and give them a helping hand!
18. Host a bake exchange – baking is such a fun way to celebrate the approaching holiday season. It’s also a great excuse to host a party. A bake exchange is an awesome way to hang out with friends and share tasty treats!
19. Play a game of Monopoly – November 19th is National Monopoly Day and it’s the perfect excuse to bust out that beloved board game. But to be honest, my husband and I get super competitive playing Monopoly, thankfully we have two little cuties that keep us grounded as we play.
20. Make your favourite fall crockpot meal – if there is ever a time to pull out the crockpot it is now, this season is perfect for soups, stews, and chilis. A quick Pinterest search will land you tons of inspiration.
21. Eat gingerbread cookies – too early, you say… not yet Christmas, you say…well let me tell you, November 21st is National Gingerbread Cookie Day! It’s THE day to snack on some tasty gingerbread cookies, and of course later on during the holidays too!
22. Get your winter accessories in order – we will be jumping into some considerable cold here in Ontario very soon. Now is the time to make sure all those boots, scarves, mittens, hats, and so on are ready to go.
23. Listen to live jazz – Ottawa has a few hot spots where you can listen to live jazz, including The Rainbow and Brookstreet Hotel.
24. Create your own chicken soup recipe – nothing like a hot bowl of chicken soup when you’re feeling under-the-weather or it’s getting cold outside. Having your own go-to chicken soup recipe will come in handy for the next few months!
25. Make a Christmas card list – Christmas cards are a wonderful tradition, especially in a day and age when a lot of our communication is online. Receiving and giving Christmas cards is a memorable way to celebrate the holidays. Take some time to update addresses and make a list of those you want to reach out to!
26. Bake a sweet potato pie – I always grew up with pumpkin pie around the holidays, but for Canadian Thanksgiving, I surprised my husband with a sweet potato pie. It’s similar to pumpkin pie but totally different. Give it a try and expand your pie palette.
27. Make a cup of homemade hot cocoa – I drink coffee and hot teas throughout the year, but hot cocoa is something I reserve for when it starts to get really cold. This is a perfect drink to mix up your hot beverage routine!
28. Celebrate American Thanksgiving – it took my husband years to get used to having Thanksgiving in October, but we still celebrate Thanksgiving again in November with the rest of America!
29. Do some Black Friday shopping – it might be crazy (I remember the madness of going to the mall last year) but Black Friday can also be a time to save and get some deals. Just get out there with a positive attitude and go for it! On the flip side, many small businesses host Black Friday alternative sales which is a great opportunity to support them.
30. Decorate for Christmas – if you’ve made it this far without decorating, go for it! Christmas is a time for joy and happiness, and if decorating the whole house makes you feel happy, why not?
There you have it, a list of random things to add to you November calendar page! I hope you have a great month ahead friends and enjoy the final days of fall and the beginning of the holiday season.
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10 Great Things to Do in Pennsylvania in November
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While the month is a time of transition, that doesn’t mean that there aren’t a lot of great things to do in Pennsylvania in November.
Whether you want to enjoy the beautiful fall weather or are already looking for Christmasy things to do in PA, there’s something for everyone to do this month.
Check out my 10 handpicked things to do in PA in November, and then start planning your travels around the state.
(Article Updated October 12, 2022, for Pennsylvania events in November 2022.)
Autos and Ales in Hershey – November 4
Try many great new beers at the AACA Museum this November.
Step inside the Antique Automobile Club of America Museum, one of PA’s best car museums, for their annual Autos and Ales event in Hershey.
This beer festival is held amongst the museum’s amazing collection of antique automobiles. During the event, sample beers from 50 different breweries from both the local area and further afield.
For more information, visit the event’s website.
Lake Erie Wine Country Harvest Festival – November 4-6 and 11-13
There are many great wines to try in the Lake Erie Wine Country (Photo used courtesy of Visit Erie)
Love wine? Head to the northwestern corner of Pennsylvania for the fantastic Lake Erie Wine Country Harvest Festival during the first two weekends of November.
During the event, visitors can head to each of the wine country’s 20+ wineries (of which 12 are in Pennsylvania) and sample delicious wines, each of which is paired with food. Along the way, you’ll get to explore this beautiful corner of the state and see why it’s such a great wine region.
For more information, visit LakeErieWineCountry.org.
Koziar’s Christmas Village in Bernville – Opens November 5
Koziar’s Christmas Village opens for the season in early November.
Koziar’s Christmas Village in Berks County is one of Pennsylvania’s best destinations for holiday cheer. If you want to start your holiday season off right, Koziar’s opens for the season on Saturday, November 5, and will be open through January 1, 2023.
Walk through their Christmas wonderland, which features more than one million lights, and get ready for this festive season. You might even see Santa during your visit.
For more information, head over to their website.
PA Bacon Fest in Easton – November 5-6
If you love bacon, you won’t want to miss the 11th annual PA Bacon Fest in Easton. Over two days, 80,000 bacon lovers descend on this beautiful Lehigh Valley city to celebrate this delicious product.
Come enjoy live music, a bacon-eating competition, a hog-calling contest, over 150 vendors, and, of course, some delicious food.
For more information visit the festival’s website.
Slovak Heritage Festival in Pittsburgh – November 6
Billed as one of the largest Slovak cultural events of the year in the United States, the Slovak Heritage Festival will be returning for its 32nd year this November.
Held at the fabulous Cathedral of Learning on the University of Pittsburgh campus, this festival celebrates many different aspects of Slovak culture. Visitors will be able to try traditional food, watch cultural dances, listen to lectures, shop from vendors, and much more.
Find out more about the event on its Facebook page.
Dedication Day in Gettysburg – November 19
The Gettysburg National Cemetery is the focal point of the Dedication Day events.
Every year, the town of Gettysburg holds a celebration honoring the anniversary of the day the Gettysburg National Cemetery was dedicated in 1863, an event best known for President Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address.
This year’s event will once again be held in person on the spot where Lincoln gave his famous speech 158 years ago. The event will feature live music, tours of the David Willis House, a wreath-laying ceremony, and speakers.
Find out more information about this year’s events here.
A Longwood Christmas in Kennett Square – Begins November 18
Visiting Longwood Gardens during the holiday season should be on everyone’s list.
Every year, Longwood Gardens in southeastern Pennsylvania decks itself out for the holiday season. One of the best holiday attractions in all of Pennsylvania, A Longwood Christmas should be on every PA traveler’s list.
In 2022, their display will pay homage to the Art of Christmas and visitors will be able to stroll through their large conservatory and the surrounding gardens to see their magnificent holiday displays. The display will run from late November through early January.
For more information, visit Longwood Garden’s website.
Light Up Night in Pittsburgh – November 19
Light Up Night is one of the premier events in Pittsburgh.
Celebrate the start of the holiday season at Light Up Night in Pittsburgh. Now in its 61st year, this festival features live music, the opening of the German-inspired Holiday Market in Market Square, and the lighting of the Christmas lights in downtown Pittsburgh.
The night ends with a fantastic fireworks display that shouldn’t be missed.
For more information, check out the event’s website.
The National Dog Show in Oaks – November 19-20
While it’s not shown on TV until Thanksgiving Day, The National Dog Show takes place before the holiday in the Philadelphia suburbs. Come out and see some of the best show dogs in the world compete for the title of Best in Show.
In addition to watching dogs get judged, visitors can see demonstration events, meet some of the show dogs, browse vendors, and much more.
For more information, visit NationalDogShow.com.
Philadelphia Thanksgiving Day Parade in Philly – November 24
Philadelphia’s Thanksgiving Day Parade is the oldest in America and returns to the city this November. (Photo by M. Kennedy for Visit Philadelphia™)
The nation’s oldest Thanksgiving Day Parade will return to downtown Philadelphia this November. The parade travels 1.5 miles through the city on the morning of Thursday, November 24, and will feature marching bands, floats, balloons, and much, much more.
Come see this slice of history that’s been an annual tradition in the city since 1920. For more information, click here.
Looking for other things to do in Pennsylvania? Check out our list of things to do in October and things to do in December.
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Where to relax in November – 10 interesting destinations
The last month of autumn can safely be called the most dreary of the year. The summer heat has already ended, the weather is not encouraging, and it will take almost two months to wait for the New Year holidays. The best way to combat discouragement is to rest, because there are so many wonderful places in the world where you can go in November. And there are also enough ways to deal with autumn depression: sunbathing and swimming in the warm sea, having fun at European fairs, admiring the northern lights, conquering the snow-covered slopes of ski slopes or studying ancient monuments built at the dawn of civilization.
The Nordic beauty of this country is especially good in late autumn. At this time, it is relatively warm in Iceland, and the majority of tourists have already gone home. The main reason to come here to rest in November is the beginning of the northern lights season. During trips to the indescribably beautiful regions of the country, you will surely be able to see this amazing natural phenomenon more than once. Don’t forget to stop by for a few days in Reykjavik – the famous Airwaves music festival is taking place here, and the city is worth it to walk along its streets.
GOOD TO KNOW: From September to May, Reykjavik offers free walking tours of the city every Saturday.
What to see: Reykjavik, Thingvellir park, Dettifoss waterfall, Ausbirgi canyon, Cape Dirhoulaey, Geysir geyser, Hvitserkur troll rock.
Iceland’s Kirkjufell Mountains © Guitar photographer / Shutterstock
If you can’t decide where to ski in November, Switzerland is the place to go. At this time, a large number of outdoor enthusiasts come here to spend time among the famous mountain landscapes of the Alps. Switzerland is famous not only for the best ski slopes in Europe, but also for the availability of the most modern sports equipment and equipment.
GOOD TO KNOW: In the unique ski resort of Leukerbad, you can not only ski, but also improve your health – there are about 30 thermal springs with healthy mineral water.
The best ski resorts: Zermatt, Champousin, Verbier, Saas-Fee, Les Diablerets.
Tourist train with waterfall and bridge. Zermatt, Switzerland. © emperorcosar / Shutterstock
In Central Europe, the tourist season ends in late autumn, but Germany is a country worth visiting in November. More precisely, in the second half of the month, even though the weather may not be very friendly at this time. It is just the time of the opening of the winter fairs and the preparations for the celebration of Christmas and New Year are in full swing. Be sure to take your kids on a trip – they will love the festively decorated German cities and the fun that reigns in the streets. And if you like outdoor activities and winter sports, go to the best ski resorts of the Bavarian Alps – cozy Garmisch-Partenkirchen, the picturesque village of Schönau, the quiet family resort of Oberstdorf are waiting for you. In November, the season is just beginning here, but in a month everything will be filled with tourists.
GOOD TO KNOW: At the end of November, more than 50 fairs and bazaars start operating in Berlin, with different themes and programs.
Cities with the best programs: Berlin, Munich, Cologne, Dresden, Nuremberg.
Medieval town of Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Germany © Mapics / Shutterstock
This is the time when the beach season is in full swing – the sizzling heat gives way to quite comfortable temperatures, and the Red Sea continues to remain warm. But most importantly, in November you can go to Cairo to admire its famous pyramids and other attractions without fear of getting a heat stroke. Strong winds can blow in November, but if you are relaxing in Sharm el-Sheikh, you are unlikely to notice this – the Sinai Mountains reliably cover the resort from bad weather. Therefore, as in summer, here you can go diving and snorkeling, go on boat trips to the coral reefs.
GOOD TO KNOW: In the last third of November, it can be windy and cool in the morning and evening – take a light jacket and closed shoes for the trip.
Attractions: Great Pyramids of Giza, Great Sphinx, Valley of the Kings, Cairo Egyptian Museum, Abu Simbel.
Great Hall Hypostyle in the temple of Karnak (ancient Thebes). Luxor © ktksrh / Shutterstock
In November, the air temperature in Israel is comfortable – it is very warm here, but not hot. The flow of tourists is noticeably reduced. This means that a beach holiday in the luxury resorts of Eilat, Tel Aviv, Haifa or the Dead Sea can be successfully combined with trips and excursions. After all, Israel occupies a small area – a “round the world” trip across the country can be completed in just 4-5 hours. Arriving for just a week, you can not only lie on the beach, but see the most interesting cities and sights of the Promised Land.
GOOD TO KNOW: When walking in any city, especially in Jerusalem, try to avoid the Orthodox and Arab quarters. Local residents do not like strangers and can be aggressive. The first ones will most likely not let you in by the police, and the second ones are easily recognizable by the black tanks of water heaters on the roofs of houses.
Worth visiting: Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Jaffa, Eilat, Haifa.
Comfortable temperatures in Israel in November © LALS STOCK / Shutterstock
The end of autumn on Liberty Island is considered the beginning of the dry season, although there are often heavy but very short rains at night. In November, you can enjoy a beach holiday to your heart’s content, go on excursions and visit nature reserves – the weather is just perfect for this. You will also find a lot of sports entertainment and vibrant nightlife – Cubans love and know how to have fun, as well as arrange incendiary parties.
GOOD TO KNOW: All resorts in Cuba, except for Varadero, will have to be reached from Havana by local flights.
Best resorts: Varadero, Cayo Coco, Cayo Guillermo, Cayo Largo, Havana.
November is the perfect time to enjoy the beach © possohh / Shutterstock
This exotic, expressive and bustling country is one of the best places to visit in the Caribbean in November. It’s getting less and less rainy, the weather is getting better, and prices will rise closer to the beginning of December, when the high season begins and a stream of vacationers pours into the Dominican Republic. There are more than enough activities for tourists here: beach holidays, diving, water sports, walks in nature reserves and botanical gardens, historical excursions to Santo Domingo, nightclubs, shopping and just trips through the picturesque surroundings.
GOOD TO KNOW: It’s always a little cooler on the Atlantic coast of the Dominican Republic than in the Caribbean resorts.
Best resorts: Cap Cana, Punta Cana, Boca Chica, Puerto Plata, Cabarete.
The Atlantic coast of the Dominican Republic is always slightly cooler than the Caribbean resorts © Anna Jedynak / Shutterstock
Like many other countries in Southeast Asia, the best time to visit Vietnam is between November and April. In the southern part of the country, the rainy season is already ending, the sea is warm, prices are just starting to rise – just ideal conditions for a beach holiday, excursions and travel. True, in the northern and central regions it will be a little cooler, heavy showers and thunderstorms often occur. In Vietnam, you can not only lie under an umbrella on the beach and swim – there are many cities where you should go on excursions to admire the historical monuments, beautiful architecture and bright holidays of this country.
GOOD TO KNOW: Autumn in Vietnam is quite high humidity, about 96%, but it takes only 1-2 days to get used to it.
Worth visiting: Mui Ne, Phan Rang, Phu Quoc, Vung Tau, Phan Thiet, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) Hoi An, Ha Long Bay.
The best time to visit Vietnam is from November to April © Blue-Planet-Studio / Shutterstock
The most popular holiday regions are located on the southwest coast of Sri Lanka. In the last weeks of autumn, the air here warms up to + 25-30 ºС, and the water temperature is kept at +27 ºС. The ocean begins to calm down after storms – there are waves, but they do not interfere with swimming, and humidity drops to a record low of 75%. Such weather is favorable for travel – be sure to visit tea plantations, visit remote villages and admire the colonial architecture of Sri Lanka’s big cities.
In the north-east of the country, on the contrary, the high season ends – from the Bay of Bengal monsoons come, bringing tropical downpours and strong waves. At this time, fans of extreme sports and surfers mainly come here.
GOOD TO KNOW: Take a quadcopter on a trip – the amazing landscapes and beautiful beaches of Sri Lanka look incomparable in a bird’s eye video.
Best resorts: Bentota, Negombo, Hikkaduwa, Marawila, Arugam Bay.
Bridge in Ella, Sri Lanka © Anton Petrus / Shutterstock
The island is often referred to as heaven on earth, and it’s true. In November, the low season begins in Bali and it often rains. But do not be afraid – it almost always happens at night. And in the morning, tourists are greeted by the bright sun, the warm waves of the Indian Ocean and the unusually colorful, fresh greenery of the island. There are so many interesting things here that you will have to plan your vacation as carefully as possible in order to get the most positive impressions about the trip. An unforgettable vacation on the beaches, trips to the jungle, visits to ancient temples and exciting hikes on the slopes of volcanoes await you.
GOOD TO KNOW: According to local etiquette, you should avoid touching the head of adults and children – it is believed that this is the container of the soul, which can be disturbed. You need to say hello, take food, change and other items with your right hand, since the left, in the view of local residents, is unclean.
Best resorts: Seminyak, Kuta, Sanur, Nusa Dua, Canggu.
Balangan Beach, Bali © Marius Dobilas / Shutterstock
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Where to to go in November? – Svyaznoy Travel blog
November. It’s getting colder outside, slushier. And how you want to run away from this somewhere in a beautiful warm place. But where is nice and warm in November? We answered this question for you and collected the top places both abroad and in Russia, where you can go in November for a comfortable stay.
Where to relax in November abroad?
The United Arab Emirates in November is one of the most attractive holiday destinations. The heat has already subsided, there are still 2 months before the rainy season. The weather in the UAE at this time contributes not only to relaxing on the beach, but also to visiting the many attractions of this beautiful country. In November, we advise everyone to visit the desert and take part in a real safari. There are many cities for recreation in the UAE. But of course, Dubai remains the most popular destination. Be sure to visit the Burj Khalifa – the main attraction of the country, go skiing in a huge indoor ski resort, go to the Palm Islands.
What’s wrong with the weather: The water temperature in November is quite comfortable – it stays stable at +25°C. The air temperature in Dubai ranges from +30°C to +32°C during the day and from +17°C to +19°C at night. You will find the best climate in Ras Al Khaimah and Fujairah.
Not the most obvious option for a holiday in November, is it? Usually in Turkey the swimming season ends in the first week of November. And yet, in November it is still warm in Turkey, and it is November that is the best month for independent study of the country. For many, the absence of a large number of tourists speaks in favor of such a late vacation. Take a walk through the markets of Istanbul, visit Side, visit the Blue Mosque and Hagia Sophia, take a hot air balloon ride over Cappadocia. We are sure that everyone will find something to do here, except for swimming in the sea. And do not forget – the season is low, which means that the cost of air travel will be lower than in previous months! You can get good prices.
What’s with the weather: Water in November warms up to +22°С. We recommend giving preference to the Mediterranean Sea. Air temperature – +20°- 25°C. The day is quite short – it gets dark already at 18:00.
November Egypt is a great place for a beach holiday. The sea is warm, the sun does not burn out, but pleasantly warms. It is November that is the last month of a comfortable rest before the arrival of evil winds. So if you like to explore the enchanting underwater world of the Red Sea and dream of touching the ancient Pyramids, hurry up, there is only a month left. Yes, and visa-free travel greatly simplifies our difficult times – a stamp is placed when passing through passport control at the airport in Egypt. The cost is $25.
What’s with the weather: Water warms up to +26°C, air temperature stays at +30°C. In Sharm el-Sheikh in November there is a chance of precipitation, at night it can be quite cool – + 18 ° C.
Maldives is the best place to take an avatar photo. But not only for this, thousands of tourists fly here every year. In November, the weather in the Maldives is gorgeous. And November is the very beginning of the flowering period of exotic plants – just a tropical paradise. Great place for surfers and divers. Also, fishing fans can rent a boat with tackle for relatively little money and fish out a huge barracuda or black marlin.
What about the weather: The air temperature in November is kept at +30°C, the water in the sea is warmed up to +29°C.
Israel is beautiful at any time of the year, November is no exception. The most comfortable weather will be waiting for you on the Mediterranean coast – in Tel Aviv. Many people visit Israel in November for pilgrimage purposes – to spend a few days in Jerusalem and Bethlehem. You can also take a ride to the Dead Sea and enjoy the healing mud baths with sea salt.
What’s with the weather: The water temperature in the Mediterranean in November drops to +16°C, in the Red Sea – +25°C, in the Dead Sea – up to +28°C. The air temperature fluctuates between +23 – 25°C.
In Thailand, tourists are just starting to flock to the beaches in November. So you can still have time to buy tickets and rent a hotel at a good price. In addition to the warm sea and interesting tropical nature, travelers are attracted by low prices for national dishes, the freshest fruits, and a large number of viewing platforms with a gorgeous view. And most importantly – Thailand is a country for everyone. Everyone will find entertainment according to their character and wallet. And what is important for residents of the Russian Federation – visa-free and the possibility of staying in the country is up to 45 days until March 31, 2023. Take advantage of it.
What’s wrong with the weather: The water temperature in the sea in November is +30°С, the daytime air temperature does not drop below +27°С.
If you are not afraid of many hours of flight and you are a fan of “all inclusive”, then Cuba in November is for you. Despite the fact that it is still raining, the weather is quite dry for most of the month. It is most profitable to purchase a ticket in early November, since prices rise sharply from the middle of the month and remain at a relatively high level until February.
What about the weather: Air temperature +27°C…+28°C, ocean water +25°C…+26°C.
Mexico in November is the best place in Latin America for a vacation. The best beaches can be found in Cancun, a city with a rich nightlife and hundreds of cultures. It is here that tens of thousands of tourists from all over the world flock every year. And most importantly, everyone will find something to their liking: some can lie on the beach, sipping something refreshing, others can party in chic clubs and bars, and still others can rent a car and visit the ancient ruins of the Mayan pyramids.
What about the weather: In November, the ocean is warmed up to +27°C. The average air temperature is around +30°C.
Sri Lanka is an introvert’s paradise. It is here that you can immerse yourself in yourself, take a break from the bustle of the city and enjoy the beauty of pristine nature. Tourists can expect outdoor picnics, diving, cool fishing and much more. Also, the waves are very cool! So if you are an advanced surfer or just want to learn, then this is the perfect place for you. Many tourists write that November is the best time to visit this beautiful country. The best resorts you will find in Bentota and Unawatuna, steep waves in Weligama.
What about the weather: The air temperature in November is quite comfortable – it reaches +32°C, and the water in the ocean warms up to +28°C.
Vietnam is a place where European service and beauty and flavor of Southeast Asia are combined. Travelers will appreciate the low prices and friendly locals, as well as a large number of tourists from all over the world. An excellent beach holiday awaits you in Phu Quoc, Mui Ne, Nha Trang. And not only the beach – there are many restaurants and clubs, world-famous stars often come.
What about the weather: In November there is no rain, the weather is quite hot – up to +31°C. The sea is also warm, the water temperature reaches +30°C.
Where to go on vacation in Russia?
This is the safest place in Russia where you can spend a weekend and even a whole vacation even in November. If you have been here many times, you will still find something new for yourself. If you are lucky with the weather, then take a walk around VDNKh, Sparrow Hills, climb to the observation deck of the Ostankino Tower. But the rain should not be a hindrance to a good rest. In Moscow, there are a huge number of museums at your service, headed by the Tretyakov Gallery, the State Historical Museum, the Museum of Cosmonautics, etc. And there are many exhibitions, interactive activities, amusement parks, bars and restaurants.
A lot of words have already been said and written about the northern capital of Russia – everyone has heard about the unique atmosphere of this city. The richest European culture, architectural ensembles of the city will delight true connoisseurs. Party-goers will not get bored either – St. Petersburg is famous for its bar life. Almost until the end of November, you can catch the drawing of bridges. Walk along Nevsky Prospekt, visit St. Isaac’s Cathedral, the Hermitage, go up to the observation deck of the “Etazhi” loft project and enjoy the panorama of the city. We won’t even talk about the temperature in November – what difference does it make what the weather is like when there is such beauty around?
The capital of Tatarstan is a place where people are proud of their culture and try to preserve and preserve the traditions of indigenous peoples. Moreover, the tourist infrastructure is well developed here. You can come here both for the weekend and for a long vacation. Be sure to visit the Kazan Kremlin, the Kul Sharif Mosque and don’t forget to visit the Chak-Chak Museum! It is not for nothing that tourists from all over Russia flock here all year round.
The capital of North Ossetia is a beautiful mountainous region with rich culture and history. In recent years, this city has become increasingly popular among Russian tourists. Travelers are met here by majestic temples, ruins of forts and fortresses, noble estates that have survived to this day. It is also worth mentioning the rich nature of the region, the hospitality of the locals and the colorful local cuisine. Be sure to visit the Fiagdon Monastery, the Arkhon Pass, as well as the City of the Dead and the Georgian Military Highway. In November, the flow of tourists is significantly reduced, so you can safely explore all these attractions.