7 European Cities To Enjoy In The Snow

Posted on Mar 13 2015 - 7:02am by Alexandra Ashton

Where are you planning to go on your vacation this year? Vacation is a great time to relax and escape the stress of your usual life, which is why you should definitely make the most of it. Are you waiting for a warm summer days to go on your vacation? This is not as great idea as you might think. With the first signs of spring tourist start pouring into tourist destination reaching unbearable crowds during the mid-season. Do your really want to waste your time pushing through the crowd? Why wouldn’t you change the routine this year and go to your vacation during the winter months? Visit Innsbruck in Austria to have amazing winter vacation. You could spend you days drinking Glühwein in the Hofgarten and your nights skiing at Igls and Mutteralm. You will miss out on amazing experience if you don’t try Glühwein. This red wine with various mulling spices and raisins will surely warm you up.

Winter does not have to be gloomy period if you know how to make the best of it. During the winter months European cities completely change their appearance and become even more unique but also more romantic. Visit Reykjavik in Iceland during February to see The Winter Lights Festival and enjoy amazing and unique experience. Let these amazing light events and celebrations brighten your winter days. There is something you must do in Reykjavik, and that is to go dog-sledding. You will definitely have something to tell to friends when you get back. Well, there is one thing more that will certainly boost your enthusiasm about winter vacation. Winter is the cheapest period to visit Europe when it comes to everything from flights, hotels and shopping. In this amazing infographic you will discover seven amazing European cities you should visit to enjoy in the snow.

7 European Cities to Enjoy in the Snow

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Alexandra Ashton, Communications at Neomam Studios , the UK based Infographic Agency. Alexandra is a content and design enthusiast with a keen eye for detail.