If you miss snow during winter, you should visit Europe. Christmas decorations and a white coat make European cities a place to be during holidays.
5. Moscow, Russia
Moscow could be a real challenge in winter. The freezing temperatures and snowbanks might be quite severe. Nevertheless, the heart of Eastern Europe never sleeps. Look at the St. Basil’s Cathedral – it is definitely one of the most beautiful spots in the city.
4. Milan, Italy
Although Milan is best known as the fashion capital, it is also a very picturesque city. Old architecture is even more appealing during Christmas. Milan Cathedral looks like a pretty snow globe in winter.
3. Copenhage, Denmark
Copenhagen citizens and guests celebrate Christmas in Tivoli gardens. In November and December Tivoli becomes a favorite attraction. You should not miss the confectionery, lights, entertainment and decorations. A Scandinavian winter fairytale is found there.
2. London, UK
London is really fun in winter. The biggest ice rink in UK opens in Hyde Park. You can also visit the ice and snow sculpture exhibition. Try many rides and attractions, as well as the famous Observation Wheel. Christmas market offers unique gifts and Christmas specialties.
1. Frankfurt, Germany
If once in Germany during the Christmas season, you should visit Frankfurt. Frankfurt Christmas market owns the oldest tradition in Germany. It is open from November 30 to December 23. Christmas candies, cookies, pies, bread, decorations – high quality here is guaranteed, prices are sound. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe – Frankfurt-born famous author and poet – was a huge fan of Frankfurt Christmas confectionery.