Top 5 Winter City Breaks With its long nights, cold weather and the stresses and strains of the party season, winter is the perfect time to plan a getaway, with city breaks proving popular at this time of year. If you are thinking of heading off to explore a new urban environment this winter then why not consider one of the following five top winter city break destinations. Vienna Its stunning setting makes Vienna a great choice of break if you are looking for the ultimate in chocolate box winter experiences. With a range of Christmas markets offering traditional seasonal fare such as mulled wine and roast chestnuts, this is a great place to go to get in the mood for the festive season. If you fancy shopping head for the markets of the Biedermeier Quarter and pick up some great artisanal pieces, or if you are looking for a little culture tour the offerings in the museum quarter before heading to a traditional tea room for a winter warmer. New York New York is wonderful in winter.
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