Travel Tips by: Lifestyle Traveler
If you’re looking for the perfect winter wonderland, these beautiful places are fantastic choices. From northern lights to mulled wine and snow-covered castles, there is something for everyone.
Hallstatt is best known for its picturesque mountain vistas, small-town charm, and of course, its stunning lake.
Lapland is often said to be the home of Santa Clause, so what better place to visit around Christmas time than beautiful Finland? If there is one area that is guaranteed to have snow during most of the winter, then it’s Lapland.
Experience snow like you’ve never seen it before, go on glacier hikes and of course, admire the incredible northern lights, which can be seen from almost anywhere on the island.
The city of Prague is one of Europe’s worst-kept tourist secrets. The cost of living in the Czech Republic’s capital is much lower than in other famous European cities like Paris, London or Rome.
Tallinn is a stunning medieval city that looks even more impressive when covered in snow. A trip here is affordable and fun, although adding some extra layers is highly recommended.
New York City is the home of countless Christmas movies and can be considered a winter wonderland even without snow. Luckily, the city usually sees heavy snowfall from December to February and even as late as March.
With incredible historic architecture and lots of little side streets to explore, this city is a great place to spend a few days drinking mulled wine or craft beer and shopping for souvenirs.