5 Must Visit European Cities This Winter

Europe has some of the must visit best places this winter right from the Swiss countryside’s sleigh rides, skiing the tremendous Alps, ranging in ice festival etc. There are lots of places to explore this winter in Europe doesn’t matter if you have a week or weekends only. To provide you a quick guide of these places here’s the list of top 5 cities to visit during this winter for you.



  1. Abisko, Sweden

Abisko, a must visit place for the winter lovers without fail. Travelling in a train in Europe to the far north side this Swedish township is world’s one of the best place to experience the Northern Lights. Ahead of planning your visit to Abisko, you must be warned that during the month of December and January sun doesn’t rise here. Tourists would love to go for the dog sledging, ski, ice skate, exploring national parks along with gazing at aurora borealis. Tourist must visit to the most popular Ice-Hotel close to Kiruna, world’s first hotel made of ice.



  1. Copenhagen, Denmark

Being a home of Hans Christian Andersen, Copenhagen is a sort of fairytale cities of Europe, particularly during winters. During the time of winters, Danish concept of “Hygge” is in demand for locals being relaxing, enjoying their hot chocolates and pleasant surroundings. Tivoli Amusement Park, Rosenborg Castle, Christiansborg Slot etc. are must visit especially they are being covered in snow. A tourist would definitely like to attend the Copenhagen’s winter culture month without fail, “Wondercool” that happens during the month of February where it will have concerts, art shows, culinary events etc.



  1. Transylvania, Romania

Transylvania a home of, Draculas. There are various medieval towns overwhelming with cathedrals, castles and famous histories which are waiting to be explored. Transylvania would be a best experience to visit during the freezing and snowy winters. There are some exciting ski resorts and happening national parks for adventurous winter activities.



  1. Venice, Italy

The Carnival of Venice, a famous winter attractions of European tourists. One must not miss out the stunning, thrilling and exceptionally bizarre celebration of the Venice’s February month. Though the costumed events are extremely expensive, one can explore the free events of festive with full swing simply purchasing mask on the streets. A visit to Venice during the winters enables visitors to explore the city at slow pace and get into its culture. Venice becomes extremely magical during the winters especially due to it tremendous architectures, popular old fashioned atmosphere and canals.



  1. Prague, Czech Republic

Prague is absolutely out of the fairytale due to its snow capped spires, cobblestone streets, extremely romantic shades of gas lit street lamps. Prague is somewhat tourist free during the winters. However, it’s very surprising as the city’s natural beauty is unveiled when it turns into the pure blanket of snow. It would be a great experience for the visitors to stroll throughout Prague castle at their own pace. Ultimately visitors may escape the cold by visiting local café in particular the “Choco Café” that offers various kinds of hot chocolates. A day trip to “Cesky Krumlov” knows as “Pearl of Bohemia” would be good experience click here for more information.