Fall foliage with a side of neo-Gothic architecture.
Originally Appeared on Condé Nast Traveler
Colors, colors, colors—Edinburgh gives New England a run for its money when it comes to the leaves turning vivid shades of gold, russet, bronze, and crimson against a backdrop of evergreen Scots pine. After crawling through the city's many restaurants and sipping a glass (or three) of whisky, warm yourself up with a walk up to Arthur’s Seat and survey the splendid city below.
Get the shot: One of the best places to take in the autumnal beauty is the Royal Botanic Garden.