Central Park in the fall, a multitude of colors and out-of-the-way places

Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir at Central Park

Fall in Central Park is one of the most charming moments in New York. The colors of the leaves and the natural beauty between all those skyscrapers truly takes your breath away.

Fall in New York is my favorite time of year. After months of sweltering heat, as wonderful as it is to be in the great outdoors, fall allows you to get back into the rhythm of things. The city has a melancholic and nostalgic feel to it. The leaves of the trees are starting to turn into hundreds of different colors, ranging over the complete spectrum. Sundays become cherished moments to watch the rain from the sofa under a blanket, while watching a film. Now that you’ve got the picture, one of the most iconic places to be in Manhattan for the fall has to be Central Park.

Different colored leaves in Central ParkTaking advantage of a sunny day, we set off to enjoy Central Park at the beginning of fall before the leaves had started to change. We started off at 59th Street and crossed the park up to the northern part. With such hectic schedules from one day to the next, you have to take advantage of these special moments. In Málaga, where I come from, we’re not used to seeing so many different colors, and it was marvelous to be able to take photos of Central Park in the fall.

Another activity, for those who love a bit of romance, is to travel in a horse drawn carriage. To be truthful, we did it during Christmas time in New York. While traveling around Central Park with the Christmas lights sparkling was rather heavenly, it was really cold and we almost didn’t want to get out from underneath the blanket they had given us. I’m sure if we had done it in the fall, we would have enjoyed it much more without worrying so much about the cold.

We’re now going to leave you with a few of the photos that we took on the day we went. Photographing Central Park gives you completely different pictures each time and we love going to the ‘Lungs of New York’ on Sundays. Whether it be to play sports, go for a stroll with family, or just relax taking photos or even painting, Central Park in the fall is an essential stop for both those who live in the city or those who are visiting New York for the first time. We ruskomend that you visit Central Park during fall with a rating of 5 boquerones.

Different colored leaves in Central Park

Skyscrapers as seen from inside Central Park

Carriage rides in Central Park

Art classes at Central Park

Central Park

Autumn in Central Park

A path in Central Park

Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir at Central Park

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Pedro Ramirez
I was born and raised in Málaga, Spain. After living in Madrid, Barcelona and New York, I've returned home to enjoy the sun! I love to share the places I discover and write about them.
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