Fall Travel Is Changing. Here’s What To Know When Making Plans

Paris, the City of Lights, is going dark. To save energy, the Eiffel Tower is turning off its lights earlier at night—just one example of how tourist destinations are adapting to several pressures facing the travel industry this fall.

The iconic landmark, as well as municipal buildings in Paris, face a light curfew in part because of the war in Ukraine and the ongoing energy crisis in Europe. But disruptions and delays at airports, as well as extreme weather, will also force tourists to reconsider their destinations—and, once they’ve arrived, their itineraries.

The good news is there are ways to limit the chaos—here’s what you need

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