In the winter, the capital of Austria has an old Christmas market and warm coffee shops that will delight your heart.
This region has a cold and wintry climate, is covered with snowy fir trees, and is home to various festive experiences. It seems it looks like the home of Santa Claus.
Bruges, the capital city of West Flanders in northwest Belgium, is famous for its canals, bridge, and picturesque Old Town. It is one of the most beautiful cities in Belgium.
This place is popular for its 12th-century church-charming restaurants and Market Square, which become more charming during the winter season.
It is known as the most prestigious city in the world, as one of Europe's top Christmas destinations for decades, and for its winter hospitality.
It is famous for Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, the British Museum, and Tower Bridge. Hyde Park is also open for the annual winter wonderland.
This is home to numerous theaters, museums, and galleries; you can also stroll through the charming Old Town.
It is well-known for its UNESCO World Heritage Site and 16th-century buildings that are covered and decorated by snow each winter.
With a cruise on the San Antonio River Walk and the Galaxy Lights at the Space Center in Houston, Texas is a great place to visit in the winter.
December is one of the most enjoyable times in Madrid. The Christmas lights embellish the city.