Amsterdam may be known for its picturesque canals and tulip fields in the spring, but it's also a great destination during winter. With fewer tourists, you can explore the city at your own pace without all the crowds.
January may not be the warmest month in Edinburgh, but it's definitely one of the most charming. The city hosts its annual Hogmanay festival, a three-day celebration of Scottish culture and tradition.
The city is covered in snow and there are fewer tourists, making it a great time to visit. You can go ice skating at the Munich Olympic Park or visit one of the many beer halls for some warm Glühwein (mulled wine).
Vienna is a city that truly comes to life during winter. The Christmas markets may be over, but the festive spirit can still be felt throughout the city with music, lights and decorations.
Iceland's capital city is a winter wonderland in January. The snowy landscapes and Northern Lights make it a perfect destination for nature lovers and adventure seekers. You can go on a snowmobile ride, go whale watching or take a dip in the famous Blue Lagoon.
Known for its Gothic architecture and lively atmosphere, Prague is a must-visit destination in Europe during January. The city is covered in snow, making it even more charming and magical.