5 Must-See European Cities In Winter

5 Must-See European Cities In Winter

Winter is coming! So does the travel plans. There is a call for you to get out of a cozy blanket and put on some winter wear and travel to the must-see European cities with LPO Holidays

Vacations promise a well-needed escape, from all the hectic routine life. There something about the winter season that awakens a person’s travel enthusiasm, as it wants you to ski on wintery and snowy slopes or to get you on a warm-weather beach!

Europe is a marvelous destination. There simply is no way to tour Europe and not be awestruck by its natural beauty, epic history, and dazzling artistic and awesome weather. Winter in Europe is really a magical experience, you can take advantage of affordable prices, less crowd, and stroll around the winter wonders!


Let’s take a tour to this must-see European cities in winter:

Vienna, AustriaEuropean city Vienna

Vienna is a blend of aromatic traditions and cultures. This city is famous for its Christmas markets, but you can enjoy its imperial traditions, history, culture and modern architecture without the crowds. Sip a coffee at a local cafe to experience Viennese coffee house culture and enjoy it with a toasty beverage after strolling around the city.

If you’re in Vienna for the New Year, the city organizes the Silvesterpfad (the New Year’s Eve Trail), with delicious food, a mug full of wine or champagne and entertainment around the city center. 


London, EnglandEuropean City London

London is one of the most famous cities in the world and is the capital of the United Kingdom Britain and the largest and the political and economic center and one of the tourist destinations of Europe. Roam in this historic city in winter and skip the holiday crowds.

You can amble on quiet streets and visit museums like the Tate Modern which features modern art or the National Gallery, which features the works of some famous artists like da Vinci, Van Gogh, Rembrandt, and Michelangelo. During the day, visit historic sites and then end it in an awesome pub with a pint and some fish and chips.

Amsterdam, NetherlandsEuropean City Amsterdam

Amsterdam is famous for its canals, beautiful houses, ‘coffee’ shops and Red Light District, but there’s plenty more to in here in winter. If you are visiting in the new year in the party city of Amsterdam. You can visit fascinating museums during the day and enjoy the city’s cozy nightlife in the evenings. 

Each January, Amsterdam is full of fun as it is indulged with art installations for the Amsterdam Light Festival, until January 19th. Then, you can go for ice skating at Ice Amsterdam at Museumplein, or you can visit Tulip gardens on National Tulip Day and pick up a Tulip in Dam Square.


The Canary IslandsEuropean City The Canary Islands

From cycling to scuba diving Canary islands are a complete package of adventure. Its an ultimate destination of sea, sun, and sand! If you want to skip on all wintery fun and go for a warm island vacation in Europe go to the Canary Islands, which have complete opposite weather but are actually part of Spain. While on the islands, you can go on endless adventures such as hike on volcanos, like the famous Mount Teide on Tenerife.

While it might not only enjoy the beaches, there are plenty of other activities on the islands. Spare some time to go off-roading on sand dunes and taste the local Canarian cuisine. Las Palmas de Gran Canaria has a tradition of A New Year’s swim on the first day of the year. Also if you have an interest in music then Canary Islands International Music Festival is for you, which happens in January and February.


Bavaria, Germany

European City Bavaria

Bavaria is home to castles. Germany is amazing throughout the year, but it turns into a white wonderland during the snowy days. Visit Salzburg, Austria or  Munich Residenz, it is the former home of the royal family and the largest city palace in Germany.

January may be the best time of year to visit the famous Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria which the inspiration for Cinderella’s castle at Walt Disney World, and it looks wonderful covered in.

So you have to dress up in warm jackets, hats, scarves, and mittens and enjoy snowy adventures including skiing and ice castle tours in some of Europe’s fascinating destinations. And end up your sightseeing and warm up in cozy restaurants and interesting museums. Go get book your winter getaways at this beautiful destinations with LPO Holidays.

 “How many lessons of faith and beauty we should lose, if there were no winter in our year!”



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