As the windy city attached to this city, Chicago has the coldest temperatures in January and February. Standing proudly along the shores of Lake Michigan, Chicago is a city that is unpretentious, friendly and abundant in culture. Don’t let the cold weather stop you from the excitement.
Stockholm is also the city that won the Nobel Prize for its hospitality to Scandinavians. No matter how cold the temperature is outside, you will be welcomed with open arms from this urban city, where the medieval alleys, magnificent gardens and charming Royal Palace will make you excited to explore this city immediately. Starting from December to February, tourists have the opportunity to enjoy snow in the city area.
Iceland is rises with volcanic and geyser, besides that in Reykjavik which is none other than the capital city of Iceland, there are also city life and nature that merge into one. Watch the time when the Hallgrímskirkja church, one of the tallest buildings in Iceland, seemed to rise to the sky like an ice wave, or when you could plunge into the geothermal waters of Nauthólsvík Beach and dry up in an instant, even before you had finished saying “Eyjafjallajöull” ! January is the month with the coldest temperature of the year in the city of Reykjavik.
24.Lake Baikal, Rusia
In winter, Lake Baikal looks like in another world because of the frozen bubbles in the lake, snowy forest and charming mount. In the winter the whole city will be covered in snow. The average temperature in January and February is -6 ° C.
25.Lake District, England
The Lake District is magical whatever month you choose to visit. In the winter months December to February, enjoy the undisturbed wilderness of the hills and lakes in the peaceful and quieter season, the same beauty without the crowds.
26.Torres del Paine National Park, Patagonia
In winter, you can visit this and other attractions at your own pace and with no one around you, except for isolated adventurers. You should, however, keep in mind that not all the park trails will be open. Both the W and O circuits are closed to the general public during the winter unless you come with expert guides.
27.Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia
Plitvice National Park is one of Croatia’s main tourist attractions, almost deserted in the winter months but all the more beautiful when its waterfalls are frozen in time.
Hallstatt is a tiny lakeside village and UNESCO World Heritage Site in Austria, all the more glorious when nearby Salzburg Mountain is blanketed in snow. You can see the pure white snow is stunningly draped over the old wooden houses and the mountains surrounding the glassy lake and icicles hang from the roofs.
29.Lake Bled, Slovenia
Lake Bled is one of the most spectacular tourist attractions in Slovenia. Most visitors choose to visit Lake Bled in the spring and summer months, however, the landscape of Lake Bled in winter is a must see. Photographers will be taken away by the winter landscape and winter sports lovers can choose from skating, skiing and sledding.
30.Yosemite National Park, California
With fewer visitors during the winter, you can find peace in this national park, and also adventure without having to wait in line. You can also stargazing on the Lake Bass, don’t forget to take a guided tour.