What's Your Favorite Fall Travel Package?

With summer vacations now in the rearview mirror as holiday travel for Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's is on the horizon, we know there's little time to rest for the travel professional. Whether they are based on high-profile sports events such as playoff baseball, NFL or NCAA Football or NASCAR, or traditional journeys such as foliage tours and more, there are plentiful options for agents to pitch to their clients this autumn season. We asked fans of our Facebook page what they have been planning for their clients this fall, and here's what they had to say:

Steve Cousino says he already enjoyed a fantastic time at Oktoberfest in New Glarus, WI, and is already back working similar pitches to his clients. Meanwhile, Heather Christopher has clients in Munich enjoying Oktoberfest as well.

Domestically, Terri King is thinking about the "breathtaking" Blue Ridge Mountains Asheville and the Grand Bohemian Hotel for some hiking and shopping, or horseback riding in Taos, New Mexico on the Pueblo Land Sangre de Cristo Mountains, one of her very favorite U.S. destinations.

For autumn's top holiday, Halloween, Bonnie Marsh Clark is getting pumped for Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party and Food and Wine Festival at Walt Disney World.

Finally, Phyllis R Chambers is planning a few brewing vacations herself.

But that's just a few travel professionals, and we'd like to hear more. So post a comment below. Write us at our Facebook page. Send a tweet to our Twitter page. You can also engage in the conversation in real time at AgentNation, the only social community online for all types of travel agents. We want to hear from you, and will share your feedback with our readers.

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