Winter break is the perfect time to take a winter holiday and spend some time outside of the country. Protect your bubble not only offers you great travel insurance to ensure your holiday is covered for any unexpected events, we also are here to tell you a bit about the top destinations for your winter holiday. The Independent put together a list of the 50 best places to take your winter break; here’s a bit about our favorite four from the list:

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Pack up and get ready for your winter holiday. Where are you planning to go?

Amsterdam by Sea
If you’re looking for a party atmosphere this holiday season, look no further than the the overnight DFDS ferry from Newcastle. The ferry’s occupants are in a general mood for festivities, including attendees from hen and stag-nights, as soon as you’ve left the docks. This is the perfect venue for a young crowd looking to getaway from the everyday for a while.

Copenhagen
Copenhagen is a beautiful and fun city, perfect for any age to enjoy from a fun night out to taking in the gorgeous architecture around you. The Independent recommends Hotel Axel Guldsmeden, for lodging, with doubles starting from around £95. Most locals speak English, making your trip even more convenient, and you’re sure to always have something new to enjoy while in the city.

Snow-shoeing in Bulgaria
Are you more of the type to enjoy being out of doors? Head outside and explore while snow-shoeing in Bulgaria. It doesn’t require much skill beyond walking, so even beginners can enjoy it, and Bulgaria’s Rila Mountains are a perfect place to try it for the first time. Visit Rila’s Unescolisted Orthodox monastery or just enjoy the beautiful natural scenery.

Snorkeling at Tysfjord
Nature and animal lovers can take advantage of a unique opportunity by heading to the chilly waters at Tysfjord. There you can go snorkeling with Orcas, getting an up-close and personal look at some of the water’s most interesting creatures.

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