Here, you'll find 5 cities you should travel to in winter! Traveling in winter is amazing, especially when you're going to one of these cities!
Whether it is spring, summer, autumn, or winter, the city of love is always wonderful.
However, during winter, Paris has something that makes it even more magical.
During winter, the Eiffel Tower is so romantic! You can even go ice-skating beneath and upon the Eiffel Tower!
London is the place to be in winter! From November London will start decorating for Christmas and believe me, the Christmas decorations in London are truly magical!
Below, you'll see a photo of a lovely decorated place in London.
Besides that, there are many great sights to visit in this city. For example, Tower Bridge is incredible to see.
Looking for some free things to do during your trip to London? In this article, you'll find 8 free things to do in London!
Amsterdam is a beautiful city to visit during winter.
The canals look very romantic and if you are very lucky (because it doesn't happen often) you can even go ice skating in the canals!
If it isn't cold enough to go ice skating in the canals, don't worry, because there are many other fun things to do in Amsterdam during winter!
Amsterdam has some amazing museums, such as the van Gogh Museum and Rijksmuseum, to warm up and enjoy beautiful art.
Furthermore, you can also taste some amazing Dutch treats, such as 'poffertjes' (Dutch mini pancakes) and 'stroopwafels'.
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If you're looking for a place to escape winter, during winter, you should go to Menton! Menton is a place in France and it is really beautiful.
The colorful houses in combination with the blue water are just magical.
The average temperature is 8.8 °C (47.84 °F) in winter. The photo below was taken in January, and it was really sunny and warm!
Milan is also a great place to visit during winter.
The Christmas decorations are really beautiful, such as the huge Christmas tree in front of the Milan Cathedral.
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