Winter in Europe is a bustling season, festive season and also the season when tourists focus on European countries the most. Lapland skiing or exploring the ice caves in Iceland will become new experiences. The European Travel Channel will suggest 5 ideal European destinations for the winter.

1. Tallinn, Estonia

Tallinn is the capital or largest city in Estonia, located on the Baltic coast. It is an important economic, political and cultural center of Estonia. Tallinn attracts visitors with its cobblestone streets and many ancient buildings.

When you come to Tallinn, Estonia in winter you will feel like stepping into a fairy world. Visitors can visit more than 20 ancient towers and Song Festival Grounds, the annual music festival. Visit Tallinn, Estonia from mid-November to early January, you will have the opportunity to explore the Christmas market at Town Hall Square.

2. Copenhagen, Denmark

Copenhagen is Denmark's capital and largest city, and the second largest city in the Nordic region. The colorful buildings and the typical canal system will bring you an exciting and new winter.

Winter festivals take place in a bustling and varied manner, interesting activities such as building a snow castle, setting fire to a camp, playing volleyball, golf, softball, etc. also contribute to stimulating people's desire for exercise. people. Especially in the winter in Copenhagen, Denmark is usually long and fast, so everyone needs some motivation to step out.

3. Saariselka, Lapland, Finland

Lapland is considered the home of Santa Claus and always an attractive destination in the winter. At Saariselkä, a small village in the heart of Lapland, you can experience sled dog sleds running through frozen lakes or visiting wildlife and watching animals. In addition, on some special journeys, tourists also have the opportunity to experience ice fishing.

4. Bruges, Belgium

Bruges is famous for its beautiful canal system and paved streets. As expected of a Chocolate Country, you can come across more than 40 Chocolate shops along the way. In Bruges, you can also visit the ancient bell tower located in the city center and climb 366 steps of the tower to see the misty skyline and pastel-white buildings. Besides, the city also hosts a stone sculpture festival with a large stone palace along with spectacular works of favorite Disney characters.

5. Amsterdam, Netherlands

The canal system in Amsterdam in December also shows off the colorful costumes of the annual Light Festival. At this time, you can sit on the boat and watch the sculptures and bright LED lights everywhere, then stop at a street stall and explore the food here. In addition, tourists can visit the castle and admire the giant Christmas tree.