Whether you love or hate Christmas there’s no escaping it.
Sometimes you need to travel somewhere far away to make yourself fall in love with Christmas all over again.
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New York, America
New York is known as the city that never sleeps, but it is also known to be the city that is covered in a blanket of snow when it’s winter time.
As you roam around this bustling city, you will most definitely get those winter vibes.
New York can be known for the huge shops having Christmas decorations up, the bakeries making some Christmas themed treats and annual the ice skating ring at the Rockefeller Center.
Interlaken Photographer: Pixabay/enriquelopezgarre
Interlaken is a popular destination for summer. However, it is even more beautiful in the winter.
With the alps covered in icy snow, a wide turquoise lake and natural greenery, you will find yourself being in a winter wonderland.
Interlaken is known for paragliding, snow sports and a Swiss food and culture tour.
Budapest Photographer: Pixabay/akos147
Budapest is always on the map as a popular location all year round. However, in the winter time it is absolutely stunning.
It is like a winter fairytale that takes you back in time, since the city is filled with Baroque-style architecture and historic buildings.
Budapest is the perfect winter destination for someone who enjoys theatre, art, history and would want to experience the Szechenyi thermal baths.
Reykjavik takes you back to the Viking history in Iceland and is known for the Blue Lagoon Spa in the nearby village Grindavik.
The capital itself is cute by itself with the colourful houses and the Perlan glass dome that overlooks the coast and hilltops.
You can also enjoy the Northern Lights tour and three winter lights festival.
Helsinki is definitely a winter destination that will make you feel like it’s Christmas.
Here you will find cute old taverns, forests with hiking trails that’s sprinkled in snow and historic monuments.
Enjoy what the Finnish cuisine has to offer, take a stroll through the Old Market Hall, explore Seurasaari Island and Suomenlinna.