Traveling in winter time is definitely way more struggling than in summer. You have to pack more clothes, the right shoes for the right weather, creams, balms and such to keep your skin from cracking, and so many other things to keep you safe and alive. It is that time of the year when fashion becomes less important and you use clothes for their main purpose- to keep you warm.
Although it sounds quite difficult to have fun on this trip unless you’re in a nice place enjoying the snowy mountain view from the comfort of your cozy and warm place, there are still some advantages to it.
Firstly, the low rates in winter are a joke compared to what you pay for a crowded summer trip. Since there are less people traveling during these times, you will get a more personalized service, and you get to experience better the native culture of the place you’re visiting since there will be less tourists around.
If you’re looking to beat the winter blues, you can always travel to a nice warm place. But if you’re up for a full winterish experience, you can soak it up with a nice hot chocolate, as you roam through the Christmas markets seeing the city covered in lights, music and joy.