Are you already wondering about the winter holidays? We know that summer is not over yet, but planning the holidays in advance always helps to save some money. That’s why, together with Radisson Hotel Group, we have created a list of the most unexpected, interesting and affordable destinations for your next winter trip.
Here are the top 4 destinations that will let you live an unusual winter that you will never forget.
Have no intention of shivering with cold? The subtropical climate of Orlando will mild your winter days. While mornings and evenings remain quite chilly and crisp, the afternoon is perfect to visit theme parks, especially during the days leading up to Christmas.
You might not want to miss The Wizarding World of Harry Potter: if you are a fan of the series, Diagon Alley and Gringotts Bank will surely blow your mind. Also, keep in mind that Cape Canaveral is just outside the door. It may seem quite surprising but hanging out at Cocoa Beach will be one of your top activities.
Don’t be discouraged by the unforgiving cold weather: Canada is cold anyway. So, put on an extra sweater and start roaming the city. Toronto is full of museums and art galleries, such as the Royal Ontario Museum to the Bata Shoe Museum: so, art lovers and museum hoppers, just go all in.
And if you call yourself a wine expert or an all-around sommelier, the Niagara Icewine Festival might just be the thing for you: you will taste the most beloved product of Canada, the Ontario Icewine. But if you don’t really feel like driving all the way down to the festival, just go to Chez Nous, an incredibly well-supplied wine bar in close proximity to Lake Ontario.
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Picture this: welcoming locals, impeccably clean streets, and good food. That’s pretty much what you’re going to find in Düsseldorf. If you’re planning to jump from a museum to the other, keep in mind that the K21 Ständehaus houses a collection of modern cutting-edge artworks created after 1980 and the K20 Grabbeplatz tells the story of art in the 20th century featuring artists like Picasso, Matisse, Mondrian, and Paul Klee. On the other hand, if you want to dance the night away with non-mainstream electronic music, Salon des Amateurs is your go-to club.
If you want to stick to Latin America, just know that Bogotà is at its best during December and January. The city hides an incredibly peculiar urban structure that will surprise you with jaw-dropping views. Take your time to wander in the colonial quarter where classical and progressive architecture mix together and make sure you jump into a lively restaurant or in a crazy nightclub to live the experience to the fullest.
Don’t forget to visit The Botero Museum featuring one of the most important art collections worldwide from the renowned artist Fernando.