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2020 Travel Guide to Winter Holidays

2020 Travel Guide to Winter Holidays

Posted by Kinga Vagany on 16th Jan 2020

Our Top 6 Winter Holiday Destinations for a Long Weekend

Thinking of a snowy break this winter? Get ready and grab your  Lisa Kay comfort boots because we have compiled the top 6 winter holiday destinations. The most beautiful winter holiday destinations to embrace are:

1. Quebec City, Canada

Quebec City can be the perfect destination for those who desire a romantic snowy old town vibe and for those who are looking for an adventurous winter break. There’s plenty of activities to keep yourself busy from the Old Quebec treasures and adventure parks to waterfalls and taking a relaxing break enjoying the sight of Jacques-Cartier National Park.

2. Salzburg, Austria

There’s more to  Salzburg than being Mozart’s Birthplace. A rich history and countless of places to visit from museums to breath taking palaces. It is the dream destination for ski holidays as the city is surrounded by the famous Hohensalzburg Fortress hills- easily accessible from all accommodations and hotels.

3. Tromsø, Norway

The northern lights tend to be a popular bucket list destination.  Tromso is one of the largest cities in North Norway and it is the perfect location to visit if you’re chasing the Northern Lights. The best time to visit Tromso is from mid-September to mid-April, when you have a greater chance to catch auroras.

4. Reykjavik, Iceland

We would suggest  Reykjavik for those who love to do activities during holidays. There’s a huge list of activities available for tourists including whale watching, glacier hiking, waterfalls and the Black Sand Beach. Reykjavik has a wide range of tour companies operating ensuring everyone can find the right holiday package for them.

5. Estonia, Tallinn

Tallinn has many hidden gems. Estonia usually experience a fair amount of snow during winter but don’t let it stop you from a long weekend visit. Its magical landscape will make up for the cold weather. The town offers activities such as skiing, ice skating, sled ride with huskies or visiting the frozen Jagala waterfall.

6. Scotland, The Highlands

The Scottish Highlands offers a range of different activities regardless of snow conditions that are a must see/do. Try to spot the Loch Ness Monster in Loch Ness or if you’re feeling brave, climb up the Scottish mountains or visit historic castles.

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