The cooler days and holiday music has us feeling all cozy inside. While we may be stuck indoors for the next few months, that doesn’t mean we can’t dream of living in an actual winter wonderland. From snowy pines to twinkling lights, we’ve rounded up the most spectacular winter spots that you won’t believe actually exist.
Grab a blanket and grab a cup of hot cocoa because these stunning snowy scenes are sure to make you feel all the snuggly winter feels.
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12 Spectacular Winter Wonderlands That You Won’t Believe Are Real
How stunning is this snowy day in the Netherlands?
If this photo doesn’t convince you to visit Finland one day, we don’t know what will.
This perfect wildlife moment looks like a movie scene.
Treasures of Turkey
Can we Airbnb this one or what?
Bring on the blizzard if it means cozying up in this cabin.
Mornings in the French Alps
We’re pretty sure we could go for a luxurious morning in the French Alps right about now.
Doesn’t this look like a painting?
The holiday cheer cannot be contained in Vancouver.
It’s time for a trip to Banff everyone!
This snow-covered Japanese village is more winter magic than we can handle.
The lights in Vienna are definitely bringing us joy.
Room For Two
How about a cozy stay in Iceland?
Katie Nave is a freelance writer, producer, and mama living in Brooklyn, New York. Driven by her passion for storytelling, she is always seeking opportunities to elevate people who are working to better the world around them.
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