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Gorgeous Winter Destinations In Europe

sibiu romania europe1. Sibiu, Romania

Nestled in the heart of Transylvania in Romania, not far away from the tourist hotspots of Brasov and Cluj-Napoca, Sibiu is a small city shrouded in mystique with a History spanning dating back nearly a millennia — and one that is incredibly affordable by European standards. On average, a one-month stint will cost USD $497 without rent.

Famous for the eyebrow-shaped dormers that adorn several of the houses within the old walled town, and that has inspired its nickname ‘City with Eyes’ over the years, it is an important cultural center for the Transylvanian Saxons, an ethnic minority originating from Saxony, in Germany, that have lived in the area since the Middle Ages.

Aerial View Of Old Town Sibiu And The Bridge Of Lies Blanketed By Snow, Transylvania, Romania
Exploring its winding alleyways with a ciocolată caldă in hand, admiring the baroque architecture, the city’s well-preserved watchtowers, and the open-air markets selling local produce amid an early-morning snow flurry certainly feels like stepping into the pages of a children’s fairytale book, except the colors in real life are much more vibrant.


bansko bulgaria2. Bansko, Bulgaria

Bordering Romania to the South, Bulgaria is yet another budget-friendly haven for those looking to stretch their dollars further and access quality services without being charged revoltingly high fees. In fact, digital nomads are heading en masse to this small town in Bulgaria this winter, and the high affordability may be (part of) the reason why.

In Bansko, a ski resort town surrounded by the snow-capped Pirin Mountains, nomads can get by on USD $745 a month, and you can certainly benefit from the low fares as a visitor yourself. Couples on a six-night sejour at a 3-star hotel will pay, on average, $333; on top of that, $26 for expenses each time they have dinner at a local restaurant.

Affordable rates are not the only thing that makes Bansko a great late winter getaway deal, though: the Pirin mountain range, where it is located, is an area of outstanding natural beauty. Think densely-forested ridges, glacial lakes that completely freeze over in the dead of winter, snowboard slopes, cozy wooden chalets, and sweeping mountain views.Bansko, Bulgaria’s Leading Ski Resort Town
Bordering Romania to the South, Bulgaria is yet another budget-friendly haven for those looking to stretch their dollars further and access quality services without being charged revoltingly high fees. In fact, digital nomads are heading en masse to this small town in Bulgaria this winter, and the high affordability may be (part of) the reason why.


tallin estonia3. Tallinn, Estonia

Capital to the Easternmost Baltic state, Tallinn does not get half as much credit as it should for simply being the most magical winter wonderland in Europe. Often overlooked when paired with Prague or Budapest, this compact medieval gem has enough points of interest to keep you busy for days, and when it sees snow, it’s like a scene straight out of a movie.

Tallinn’s beauty lies in a complex maze of cobblestone streets, encircled by defensive towers and packed with antique shops and stone taverns that have stood there for centuries, probably passed down through generations of Estonian families, historical stone churches and 13th-century piazzas where medieval-themed fairs are still held.

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