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5 European Cities to Visit in Winter with Kids!

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Berlin in winter with kids

Looking for the best European cities to visit in winter with kids? Here are our top picks for this year!

Winter in Europe has plenty of different guises! From the snow-capped mountains of the Alps to the bright and beautiful coasts of the Mediterranean, you can have a huge variety of experiences in this majestic continent.

 

5 European Cities to Visit in Winter with Kids

So in case you're planning on a grand winter trip to Europe with your family, we have prepared a list of five of the best cities to visit in Europe in winter.

So here it goes!

 

1. Prague, Czech Republic

Prague is undeniably one of the most amazing cities to pay a visit in winter!

European cities to visit in winter with kids

Every winter, a blanket of snow transforms this city into a winter wonderland with its beautiful cobblestone alleys and snow-capped spires. The snow coated St. Charles Bridge and the incandescent hue of the old-fashioned street lamps makes this city seem like one pulled straight out of a fairytale!

Prague is fairly tourist-free during the winter months so you can enjoy exploring this romantic city without too much hassle!

Tip: Don't worry about driving here. Taxi is the best way to check out Prague. Book your Prague taxi here!

 

2. Zurich, Switzerland

Winter in Zurich can be a magical experience for you and your kids, thanks to a ton of different activities and places to explore in this city!

Zurich in winter with kids

Pay a visit to the all of the Christmas Markets hosted all around the city, especially the one located by the Opera House in Weinachtsdorf. Or go on a little tour through the quaint streets of the town and bask in the beauty of its old architecture.

If you're more adventurous, there's plenty of options for winter sports enthusiast all around the city as well!

Tip: Best way to get around Zurich is with the locals. You can book your Zurich Taxi here!

 

3. Berlin, Germany

Berlin has always been famous for its grand Christmas markets, and the city claims to host nearly 60 of them every holiday season!

Berlin in winter with kids

Make sure you pay a visit to the stunning WeihnachtsZauber, which is surrounded by some of Berlin's most prominent landmarks such as the Französischer Dom and the Konzerthaus.

Besides the winter markets, there's plenty of fascinating museums and Michelin-starred restaurants that you can take your family to have a great time!

Tip: Check out Berlin with ease, using the local taxi service. You can pre-book online before you go.

 

4. Athens, Greece

While most people think of Athens as a summer get-away, it's actually just as vibrant and charming in the winter months!

Athens in winter with kids

With the weather being much milder than most of Europe, winter in Athens is a bliss! You can take your family on an astonishing tour of the majestic architectural wonders that this city has to offer or go on a walk along the serene beaches, all without having to deal with large crowds.

Tip: Book your Athens taxi before you go and save yourself a headache trying to find the way yourself.

 

5. Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh simply looks magical in winter as you walk around the winding streets, going past the old castles and the beautiful Princes Street Gardens as the snow slowly falls, coating the entire city in a dusting of snow!

Edinburgh in winter with kids

Go ice skating with your kids in the middle of one of the oldest cities in Europe, or go exploring the legendary Scottish highlands – there's plenty of things to do in Edinburgh in winter.

Ready to head out?

 

Winter in Europe can be an absolutely blissful experience as long as you know which places to visit and what to do. We hope you enjoyed reading our article, and we wish you a safe and happy journey!

 

Over to you:

Which cities of our list European cities to visit in winter with kids will make to your wintery bucket list?

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