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Ice covered roads, sharp cold winds, drifting snow and wet sleet. These are just some of the things associated to winter by most people. Well, winter in Europe comes in many forms. In the north, you’ll have countries that get foot upon foot of snow and nearly sunless days, and in the southern parts, you’ll find countries that are mild and comfortable, even in January.
Want to know some of the better reasons to travel to Europe during the winter months?
Off season prices and gorgeous, picturesque landscapes.
Not only is travelling to Europe in the winter cheaper on your wallet, but there are some towns and cities in Europe that look absolutely cozy with a fresh blanket of snow over the rooftop peaks.
Grab a cup of hot chocolate and wrap yourself in a warm blanket. These photos are sure to spark a sense of winter wanderlust within you!
Reine, Lofoten Islands, Norway
Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Germany
Neushwanstein Castle, Füssen, Bavaria, Germany
Funes, Dolomites, Italy
Český Krumlov, Czech Republic