Winter vacation comes in many forms in Europe. In the polar north there is serious snow and sunless week while you will find the sun lingering in the mild Mediterranean, and cozy cafe culture and the spirit of Christmas in the middle. It’s an inspiring time to visit great metropolis and charming villages: with fewer queues you can fit more into your itinerary, and low-priced off-season accommodations make wallet-friendly travel. Through Europe’s rail network, you can explore the countries in your free time, getting to know the locals who deal with their daily business away from the hectic summer tourist season.
1. Rovaniemi, Finland
The handfuls of Christmas clichés characterize Rovaniemi, the “official” residence of Santa Claus. Everyone’s favorite bearded man hangs in an atmospheric grotto of the Arctic Circle, and it’s free to visit (but the photos are another story). Snow and reindeer provide a festive spirit, while the Arktikum museum gives an idea of life in these latitudes. It is a nice place to be for winter vacation Continue reading “Winter Break The Top 10 Places To Visit”