5 Winter Travel Destinations

Interlaken, Switzerland

It is also known as European sports capital. One can enjoy the vibe this winter with additional discounts from different hotels with activities and can join endless adrenaline-filled activities with action-packed and beautiful nature to soak in.

One can enjoy hiking, paragliding, kayaking on the lake. That’s more something for the warmer months. We even went up the famous Schilthorn, known from a James Bond movie. Others activities would also include Snowboarding, Skiing, Balancer slope glider, Bungee Jumping (even in winter!), Schilthorn, Jungfraujoch etc.

Prague

 

If you want a place more romantic definitely can choose Prague. Its nightlife will amuse you and in winter it was freezing cold, very romantic and less crowded. Romantic outing with extra activities could include : Castle Tour, Ghost Tours with Pub Crawl, Dinner Cruise on the river, Visit the Jewish Quarter, Get lost in the old town, wander the Charles Bridge, Take a selfie with the John Lennon wall.

Budapest

 

Another more romantic city vibes one can get in Budapest. So this could be an ideal destination for couples. Although it’s more likely to be a place of Party and Fiesta! But also perfect for a romantic city break. Budapest is known for its great nightlife, beautiful architecture, and the numerous spa’s across the city. Besides one can visit the Museum of Terror, had a drink at rural bars and got lost in the famous nightlife.

Porto in Portugal

 

Porto is more preferred as a summer destination, but still, in winter you can come here and have a blast. In general, Porto is not an expensive destination, and you can have a great night out for a mere couple of dollars or Euros. What about a Fado concert in a wine cellar? Or maybe you just wanna enjoy the food. Find our secret tips for Porto here! We wrote up a big guide to the fun things to do in Porto.

Berlin

 

Sure, most of the people prefer the summer sitting in a beer garden surrounded by green parks, but a white Berlin is beautiful as well. Snow and winter is, without doubt, a significant part of the German culture. And hey, have you ever heard about German Christmas Markets? The Christmas Markets in Berlin are beautiful, so don’t miss out!

> Alma Siddiqua



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