The Big Apple is positively delightful in the winter, despite the often sub-freezing temperatures. New York is at its best immediately after Thanksgiving and before Christmas, when the entire city gets into the holiday spirit.
If you have never been to Key West, Florida then you are in for a treat especially if you are looking to escape the winter chill and in need of some sunshine. This southernmost city of the United States, that is closer to Cuba than it is to Miami, is not like any other part of Florida. Half the fun of visiting Key West is the journey
During the wintertime in Yosemite National Park, you can go snowshoeing, ice skating, and even skiing at Badger Pass Ski Area. During Christmas time Yosemite Valley Lodge and Big Trees Lodge hold Christmas festivities.
New Orleans is the perfect city to visit in the US in winter if you prefer sunshine to snow and fun cities with a fascinating history.
Lake Tahoe in California makes for an amazing winter weekend escape from cities like San Francisco. Home to over 10 ski resorts in both Lake Tahoe South and North, it is a haven for winter sport lovers.
The Twin Cities is home to historic neighborhoods and landmarks, and of course cold snowy winters. And that’s why the St. Paul Annual Winter Carnival is the biggest cold-weather festival in the USA.