Winter Festivals That’ll Make You Love the Cold

Winter can be a magical time of year, with snow-covered landscapes, cozy evenings by the fire, and the chance to enjoy some of the most popular winter festivals in the world.

Harbin Ice and Snow Festival, Harbin, China: This festival is the largest ice and snow festival in the world, and it features over 100 massive ice sculptures, snowmen, and other wintery creations.

Quebec Winter Carnival, Quebec City, Canada: This carnival is the oldest winter carnival in North America, and it's a celebration of all things winter. The carnival features parades, ice sculptures, snowshoe races, and much more.


Snowbombing, Mayrhofen, Austria: This festival is a combination of music, skiing, and snowboarding, and it's a great way to spend a winter weekend. The festival features a lineup of international DJs and bands,

Sapporo Snow Festival, Sapporo, Japan: This festival is the second-largest ice and snow festival in the world, and it features over 70 massive ice sculptures.

St. Paul Winter Carnival, St. Paul, Minnesota, USA: This carnival is the largest winter carnival in the United States, and it features a variety of events, including parades, ice sculptures, snow sculptures, and competitions.


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