11 Cities You Have to See in The Snow
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Discover The Best Cities you Should Visit and Enjoy in the Snow!
Prague is at its best in winter. The snow falling on the 13th-century buildings is as photogenic as can be, and the Christmas markets in Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square are unreal. In the markets, try the traditional Christmas dish Český kapr (fried carp); svařák, Czechs prefer mulled wine; and becherovka, a herbal liqueur that tastes amazing mixed with coffee. And since you're in the right place for a beer, head to the Zlý Časy bar, where you'll find a fine selection of local craft beers.
New York City, USA
New York City in winter doesn't just mean ice skating under the tree at Rockefeller Center; it also means Winter Jazzfest, Brooklyn Flea + Smorgasburg, watching a Knicks game, and taking a dip in the Atlantic with the Coney Island Polar Bear Club. You're in the game?
Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen's 19th-century fairgrounds in the heart of the city, couldn't be more charming in winter. But to really experience the city, you must try smørrebrød in Schønnemann, one of the oldest and most venerable restaurants in the city, or go to the alternative Christmas market in the self-proclaimed autonomous neighborhood of Christiania. When you're ready for a glass of mulled wine, visit the Hviids Vinstue Tavern.
A medieval gem nestled on the Baltic coast, Tallinn is one of the most underrated, but most beautiful capitals in Europe. Warm-up and you will see an even more special side of this city in winter when the beautiful roofs and streets of the old town are covered in snow.
There is something a bit magical about snow.
The way to spray trees, rooftops, leaves, and streets with a sparkling icing of icing sugar. The way it softens the air, enveloping you in a cloud of sparkling silence, cut with crisp freshness underfoot. The way it transforms the skyline and ceilings enhances the details and brings the lamplight to life.
Riga, the capital of Latvia, is located on the Baltic Sea, at the mouth of the Daugava River. It is considered a cultural center and houses numerous museums and concert halls. The city is also known for its wooden buildings, art nouveau architecture, and medieval historic center. The pedestrian-only old town has many shops and restaurants and is home to the lively Praça Livu, with bars and nightclubs.
The city of Bergen hosts a host of free events during the Christmas season, including the Lysfest Bergen festival of lights. Less than two hours from the city, there are epic slopes worth skiing at the Voss Resort. Closer to the city, Mount Fløyen is where the locals go sledding.
Days can be dark during winter in Reykjavik, but that just means more opportunities to see the Northern Lights. The city has a special Advent calendar during the month of December, with different events every day, and in February, the Icelandic capital hosts the Festival of Winter Lights and the Festival of Food and Fun.
Chicago is very cold during the winter months (the winds from Lake Michigan really influence them), but the city still knows how to play a good game. We're talking Donut Fest, Chicago Sketch Comedy Festival, BrewLights (a combination of tasting seasonal beers and strolling through the Lincoln Park Zoo while everything is decorated for the holidays), and the Winter WonderFest, complete with a 4-inch snow tube. inches, 5 meters Hill.
Quebec City, Canada
Quebec City really brings out its best game during the winter. There's Le Carnaval de Québec, which can get pretty wild (imagine a snow bathing event in bikinis), and Red Bull Crashed Ice, an extreme ice skating competition that takes place on the steepest streets of the city. . fresh air. Back in town, you can ice skate for free at Place D'Youville or the Plains of Abraham and then take a food tour of St. Roch
The classic winter experience in Vienna is the Christmas markets, but there is also a month of musical events during the month of December. Discover the Viennese folk music scene at places like Tanzcafe Jenseits, Konzertcafé Schmid Hansl, and Palais Kabelwerk. Visit the alternative market at MuseumsQuartier Wien, where installations include live street art, remote-controlled car racing, curling competitions, and light projections. But to really understand the city, join the conversations at the Vienna Coffeehouse, where you can dine with the locals.
Start your trip in Tokyo with a 5 a.m. tuna auction at Tsukiji Market - bid on your fish, then receive it for breakfast. Then visit the huge eastern gardens of the Imperial Palace, surrounded by moats and stone walls, it is even more beautiful covered with snow. To stay warm, go to a public spa (called a sento). If it's raining, you can go to a pachinko room. Pachinkos are a cross between an arcade game and a slot machine. The object of the game is to catch as many balls as possible from the machine. Easy!
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