Though many people prefer to vacation in summer, there are tons of advantages to winter travel. There’s less tourists, flights are cheaper and hotel accommodations are discounted. And you can spend every night sipping hot cocoa in front of a real fire. What’s not to love?
The only challenge is figuring out where to go. Do you head to your favorite cities for an off-season trip? Do you pick a tropical reprieve? Or do you fly to destinations that thrive in winter weather? Before you decide, consider the following options.
If you’re looking for cold weather at your winter travel destination, Reykjavik is the perfect place. Iceland is known for its astonishing nature. The geothermal baths, whale watching, and the glaciers and volcanos are just a few of the highlights. But the main attraction is The Northern Lights. The best time of year to see them is from September to April. So, winter is prime viewing time.