Winter is a magical season in Europe.
From Christmas markets to snow-covered mountains to beautifully lit cobblestone streets, there’s so much to see and experience throughout Europe in wintertime. And, with smaller crowds and cheaper prices, it’s the ideal time to visit.
While choosing to visit Europe in winter is a no brainer, packing for the trip can be challenge. Depending on where you visit, you’ll be dealing with a variety of weather conditions and temperatures: travel by the coast and you’ll experience warmer temperatures than if you stay inland; visit the mountains and you’ll most definitely need to prepare for colder temperatures than if you decide to island hop around Greece.
Regardless of where you travel, if you follow this guide you’ll be guaranteed to look great, stay warm and have an amazing time while exploring southern Europe in winter.
One of the best things about the holiday season in Europe is Christmas Markets.
For several weeks each December, city centers across the continent transform into wonderful outdoor markets filled with unique gifts, sugary treat, savory eats and deliciously boozy beverages.
In Europe, we’re spoiled with some amazing options. From north to south, east to west, there isn’t a country without an unbelievably beautiful and festive Christmas market.
With so many Christmas Markets to choose from it can be hard to narrow down exactly which to visit. Well, lucky for you, I’ve taken on this tough job and today I’m sharing my top ten favorite Christmas markets. Read more about Best Christmas Markets in Europe …
Northern Europe is home to some of the continents most interesting and beautiful cities. While it’s amazing to explore in the summer, there’s something special about the North of Europe in wintertime.
But, dressing for winter in Northern Europe is no easy feat. The days are short, the nights are cold, and snow, rain and wind are the norm.
It can be quite the challenge to find pieces that will stand up to the elements while looking fabulous and chic. But, by following this guide, you’ll learn exactly what you need to wear in northern Europe to look great and stay warm on your next trip.
What to Wear in Northern Europe in Winter
The holidays are upon us again!
It’s that time of year when the streets are being decorated with twinkle lights; when gingerbread and mince pies can be found on almost every corner; and when Mariah Carey’s “All I Want For Christmas Is You” blaring out of every shop (no complaints!).
It’s also the time of year when we start scratching our heads, thinking long and hard, trying to find that oh-so-perfect gift for the travelling fashionista in our lives.
Well, look no further!
This year I’ve rounded up the best, most amazing, useful and luxurious gifts you can wrap up and give to your favourite traveller. Here are the top ten gifts for the travelling fashionista in your life. Read more about Best Gifts For Traveling Fashionistas …