Editors' Picks: Coziest Winter Getaways
Are you dreaming of a white Christmas, hitting the slopes or staying warm by a fireplace ... preferably with a view? Check out our top picks for snowy winter destinations.Filed under:
"It may seem counterintuitive to consider Iceland in winter, but hear us out. It's the off season and therefore surprisingly affordable. The mere 6 hours of daylight only up your chances of witnessing the majestic Northern Lights. And the 40-degree temps shouldn't stop you from taking a dip outside -- it's famous geothermal spa, the Blue Lagoon, offers mineral-rich waters averaging 100 degrees." -- Sara Gilliam, Senior Interactive Producer
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