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4 perfect destinations for January

January Holiday, Vienna, Austria, Ice Dream view

Europe has many cities that can be visited even in January. Countries like France, Croatia and Spain during this period, with milder temperatures, which will allow you to walk freely on the streets full of history and culture for hours. Discover bellow four perfect destinations for a getaway abroad at the beginning of the year!


Austrian capital receives his visitors in January, with temperatures more than acceptable. Towards the end of the month, temperatures may even reach 10 degrees.
Even if you do not scare very high temperatures, is that in January the city is much less crowded. Most tourists visit Vienna in December, when Christmas fairs, or during the summer.


If you want to visit Paris, but fear of exorbitant prices, January is the right time for a mini vacation in the city of lights. At the beginning of the year, Accommodation prices are much lower. As like Vienna, Paris is a city visited at Christmas time and almost devoid of tourists and agitation in January.


Although Madrid is a city much visited and appreciated, it has lower temperatures in January, so it is not just the best option for early. In January, therefore, you can orient the Seville, a Spanish city where temperatures are milder even in early.

Seville will fascinate you with its narrow streets with boulevards, architecture steeped in history, but also with sightseeing during the Moorish occupation.

Here you can visit, among others, the House of Pilar, Seville Cathedral and Real Alcazar (Royal Palace of Seville).


Dubrovnik is one of the most beautiful resorts of the Adriatic Sea. Croatian city will meet with pleasant temperatures for January (approximately 10 degrees Celsius).

Here you will be impressed by historic buildings, narrow streets, chic restaurants hidden among tall walls of the city and the architecture that remains in good condition since centuries ago, although many of the monuments were destroyed by attacks took place in the early 1900s.