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Here's Where You Should Go on Vacation in November

Town and Country Logo By Leena Kim of Town and Country | Slide 1 of 11: The end of the year is almost here and most of us likely haven't traveled nearly as much as we had planned—the pandemic, of course, made sure of that. But there is still time to make use of all the vacation days you've accrued for 2020 and finally peel yourself away from the endless routine of Zoom meetings and Netflix binges. While Europe is still closed to Americans, several destinations in the Caribbean, which are about to come out of hurricane season, are open and beckoning travelers with the promise of perfectly sunny weather, lots of frozen cocktails, and impeccable beaches. (Note: check with each individual destination's travel guidelines. Especially for the Caribbean spots on our list, while quarantines are no longer mandatory, a negative Covid-19 test usually is.) Prefer to stay in the U.S.? Several famous American locales, from Santa Fe to Charleston, are ideal spots this time of year, with pleasant temperatures and much culture to be enjoyed—with fewer crowds. Here is our guide to the ten best destinations for a November trip.

The end of the year is almost here and most of us likely haven't traveled nearly as much as we had planned—the pandemic, of course, made sure of that. But there is still time to make use of all the vacation days you've accrued for 2020 and finally peel yourself away from the endless routine of Zoom meetings and Netflix binges. While Europe is still closed to Americans, several destinations in the Caribbean, which are about to come out of hurricane season, are open and beckoning travelers with the promise of perfectly sunny weather, lots of frozen cocktails, and impeccable beaches. (Note: check with each individual destination's travel guidelines. Especially for the Caribbean spots on our list, while quarantines are no longer mandatory, a negative Covid-19 test usually is.) Prefer to stay in the U.S.? Several famous American locales, from Santa Fe to Charleston, are ideal spots this time of year, with pleasant temperatures and much culture to be enjoyed—with fewer crowds. Here is our guide to the ten best destinations for a November trip.

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