Winters are a special time of the year when temperatures dip and snowfall blankets the beautiful cities, towns and villages of Northern Hemisphere. European cities look even more charming in the winter season as snow covers the city’s key landmarks while Christmas decorations, colourful lightings and wonderful Christmas markets further add to the charm.
This is the perfect time of the year to plan a winter vacation to European cities and experience the warm and cosy cafes while sipping hot chocolate or simply roam the Christmas markets for delicious European delicacies, desserts and wonderful Christmas decorations. Ample snowfall also allows plenty of winter sports if you are looking for some exhilarating adventure sports. In case, you are looking for a winter vacation and are wondering where to travel, take a look at this list of 15 cities that are even more beautiful in winters!
Snow covered Prague and its Gothic architecture looks like a scene straight out of fairy tale books.
Red-tiled roof houses of Vienna seem magical in snowfall.
New York’s heart and soul – Central Park gets covered in all-white.
Relieve the medieval era charm and romance in the Estonian capital city of Tallinn.
Salzburg in winters seems transported to a magical realm, thanks to “Silent Night”, the famous Christmas carol whose origin lies in a small town of this province, gala dinners and Christmas concert at the 900-year-old Hohensalzburg Fortress.
The colourful and vibrant Amsterdam looks photogenic, snow-kissed and glowing in the soft sunlight.
Mount Fuji, the spiritual hub of Japan looks enchanting in winters.
The neoclassical architecture of Washington D.C. looks all the more mystic in winters.
Wintry grey skies and snowfall adds a unique perspective to London’s period architecture.
Paris’ elegant cityscape looks beautiful in the soft winter sun and snowfall.
Bern’s cosy and medieval houses and Old Town looks like a fairy tale town in the winters.
Edinburgh, the Scottish capital seems to be trapped in a time loop of the early industrial age in the winters.
The colourful houses of Reykjavik covered in white snow and blue mountains look picturesque.
Tromso, “Paris of the North” is the perfect gateway to Norwegian wilderness, Midnight Sun and mystical Northern Lights.
Queenstown, New Zealand is the adventure capital of the country and seems even more prettier during winters.