These stunning and magical cities worth a visit in the winter!
Winter – it’s not always bad weather, and certainly not a reason to hang around the house bored. Why not shake things up and wave to travel to amazing places that are truly magical in winter only? On our planet, there are many places that are good at any time of year. However, some of these places are especially beautiful in the winter. These cozy and quiet towns are just like you wrapped up in their fabulous fluffy blanket. In this article, we have assembled the most picturesque and charming towns of all the snow-covered world. Travel to any of them guarantee you a wonderful winter.
1. Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Germany
It is a perfectly preserved medieval town, which turns every winter into a beautiful fairy tale.
2. Mount Buller, Australia
Mt Buller is one of the few places in Australia that actually see frequent snowfall. This beautifully snow-capped mountain region is popular with bikers, skiers, snowboarders, and hikers.
3. El Chalten, Argentina
Surrounded by mountain paths, El Chaltén is popular at trekkers during the summer. During winter, the town is pretty much deserted – with only the most experienced walkers taking on the cold. Source: Photo by Grant and Gen
4.Queenstown, New Zealand
Queenstown is built around the beautiful Lake Wakatipu, which has spectacular views of surrounding mountains including Walter Peak and The Remarkables.Source: Photo by Sarah and Todd Sisson
5. Naarden, The Netherlands
Naarden is a town built within a star fort, complete with fortified walls and a moat. During winter, the defences that once protected the town freeze over. Source: Photo by Moniek mulder
6. Bled, Slovenia
Sheltered by picturesque mountains, Bled was founded in 1004 and considered so beautiful by the Holy Roman Emperor that it was gifted to the Bishop of Brixen. The castle at Bled sits in the center of the enchanting Lake Bled which borders the town. The town of 5,000 is now notable for having some of the most beautiful health spas in the area.
7. Gris Fjord, Canada
If you’ve ever wanted to escape humanity, this is the place. Grise Fjord is the northernmost community in Canada, during winter they experience 104 consecutive days of darkness and the nearest village is more than 200 miles away. You probably won’t get a broadband connection here. Source: Photo by Nunavut Tunngavik Inc. (by Franco Buscemi)
8. Štramberk, Czech Republic
Štramberk lies on the slope of a forested hill dominated by a magnificent medieval tower that still looks over the town. The beautiful timbered houses keep the lucky residents toasty during the colder months.Source: Jancehlarik.