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Winter Tours by Firebird

Spending the winter holidays in Scandinavia, Russia, and, without a doubt, in Central Europe is a great idea. For starters, the snowy months adorn the cities in a sparkling white blanket and boast a charming atmosphere of outdoor markets, bustling cozy cafes, not to mention exciting activities from snowmobiling to seeking Northern Lights. In fact, in this time of the year the destinations have much fewer travelers, making for short queues to main points of interest and better availability. What is more, when it comes to southern countries, such as Morocco, Israel or The United Arab Emirates, this part of the year is ideal for sightseeing, avoiding the burning sun. Set off on a getaway of your own with tailor-made winter itineraries by Firebird Tours.

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Winter Vacation Packages

It goes without saying that exploring the world in wintertime has its unique charm. Majestic snow-sprinkled mountains, breathtaking sceneries, seasonal activities, and lively Christmas markets create such an incomparable fairytale atmosphere that is definitely worth to be experienced. Browse our saturated selection of winter travel packages featuring tours to various destinations and choose the one that matches your idea of the dream adventure. All Firebird winter tour programs cover the most remarkable sites of the region and include a wide range of useful services like comfortable accommodation, fast connections, and private transfers making your trip absolutely worry-free.

Winter Tour Highlights

  • Visiting Santa at Santa Claus Village
  • Snowmobile safari in Rovaniemi
  • Reindeer sleigh
  • Overnight at a Glass Igloo Resort
  • Floibanen Funicular round trip
  • Hunting Northern Lights
  • Husky dog sledding in the Arctic
  • Adventure rides on all of the popular winter means of transport

Tips for Traveling in Winter

  • The tours take place in the cold season, so we recommend packing warm clothes, gloves, and a scarf
  • Comfortable water-resistant winter boots and umbrella would also come in very handy
  • If you are planning to spend the winter holidays traveling, make sure to start planning your adventure in advance as Christmas time and New Years are a peak season
  • Make sure to always have your tickets, ID cards, and other valuables on hand
  • As a rule, mobile phones run low pretty fast in winter, so don't forget to pack a portative charger





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