3 Things You Need to Bring to Make Your European Winter Magical
- By Outdoortravelgirl Nov ‘18
There is a touch of frost in the air in Europe as winter begins to descend, and the smell of warm croissants envelope you as you walk past the local boulangerie (bakery).
I am currently in Belgium and the Christmas lights are already beginning to appear in windows on the quaint cobbled streets.
Winter in Europe is a magical place, filled with snow-capped mountains, mulled wine (hot wine - no it's not as gross as it sounds), and petite Christmas markets with real pine Christmas trees in a lot of the towns and villages.
For many of us Australians who have never experienced a white Christmas, it's an exciting time, and an experience you will never forget.
Although it really is a magical season, it's always important that when you come across to Europe you are prepared.
Here are three things that I recommend for any Aussies who are traveling across to Europe this winter.