Which states are warm in December?
Don't fancy a white Christmas? We've got you covered. In the US, it's all about the West Coast and the Deep South. From San Fran in California, where the sun beats down all year round, to Orlando in Florida, Texas, New Orleans and Hawaii, we have plenty of trips in the USA that allow you to get some glorious rays over the Christmas break.
Where should I go for winter break?
It depends which hemisphere you're in a whether you're looking for some winter sun or some ski and snowboard adventures or twinkling Christmas markets. Summer gets the limelight, but the truth is, Europe shines all year round, so if you want some off-peak prices, off-piste adventures or all the historical sights without the crowds then a tour of Europe during the winter might be a good idea. If you want some winter sun, you can't be Cali where the rays shine down all year round.
Where should I go for Christmas vacation in USA?
Whether you want a white Christmas or some winter sun, there are plenty of incredible Christmas vacation destinations in the USA. NYC is a magical place to be during the holidays, where the Rockefeller Christmas Tree lights up, artful window displays adorn the department stores and the Big Apple is strewn entirely in glittering lights. In Washington, snowy mountain towns are transformed into winter wonderlands, with lights decking the streets and roasted chestnuts sweetening the air. A trip to Cali or Florida will see much more sun, as well as incredible experiences in Universal Studios and Disney Land.
Where should I go in winter USA?
That depends on whether you're looking for some winter wonderlands or winter sun. Plenty of destinations come alive during the festive months, from New York's Rockefeller Christmas Tree to the mountain towns of Washington and Colorado. If you want some winter sun, head to the west coast where the sun shines all year round in Cali, San Diego and San Fran.