Rick Steves shares 'Travel Tips' for your Autumn plans

An oak tree with new leaf growth also shows pollen and a drop of water hanging among the branches at a park in Richardson, Texas, Thursday, March 21, 2024. The 2024 allergy season in the U.S. is starting sooner than experts expected. There are three main types of pollen that cause seasonal allergies. Earlier in the spring, tree pollen is the main culprit. After that grasses pollinate, followed by weeds in the late summer and early fall. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)

Interested in traveling for the upcoming fall season? Let Rick Steves and host Lois Reitzes help you prepare for your next adventure with the recurring “City Lights” series “ATL Up and Away: Travel Tips with Rick Steves.”

Rick Steves is a very popular public television and radio host, bestselling guidebook author, and activist who encourages people to broaden their perspectives through travel.

Each month, Steves joins “City Lights” as our travel contributor and shares his advice on making the most of your time away from Atlanta.

This month’s tip concerns planning for your Autumn getaways!