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What are the best countries to visit in Europe, month by month? Our vacation period does not always coincide with the best time to visit that wonderful destination on our bucket list.
BUT...Do not worry.
Europe is made up of nearly 44 countries. I’ve been to 25 of them, and in this article, I’ll tell you which one is the best for each month of the year.
Except for one month: February.
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Best Place to Visit in Europe in January:
Why visiting Montenegro in January:
When I visited this young country (it is one of the newest sovereign states in the world, independent since 2006), it was just a place on my road trip across the Balkans, on my way from Croatia to Greece.
It didn’t take long until I realized how wonderful is the natural heritage of Montenegro. Across curvy roads, I witnessed some of the most breathtaking views of my life. Emerald rivers, canyons, untouchable nature.
What to visit in Montenegro this time of the year:
Just hire a driver (or rent a car, if you are used to driving in curvy, single-track roads) and see the natural wonders of Biogradska Gora or the Kolasin region.
If you love winter sports (like I do), don’t miss the lovely and inexpensive ski resort of Kolasin 1450. It is less than 80km far from the capital, Podgorica. The resort has 45 kilometers of well-maintained ski slopes, and a ski pass costs only 20 euros per day. A bargain.
How is the weather in Montenegro during January:
The temperature in Montenegro during January depends on the altitude — it is a mountainous country after all. You may expect heavy snow in the mountains, but not so much in the capital, Podgorica, which has a temperature range between 2°C to 9°C.
Best Place to Visit in Europe in February:
I have no idea. If you have a suggestion, please drop me a comment.
Best Place to Visit in Europe in March:
Why visiting Austria in March:
Visiting Austria in March is a great idea because of the longer days. The average daylight lasts up to 14 hours and you can enjoy more time outdoors. Vienna is full of life during spring, the parks and squares bloom and locals feel more relaxed and friendly. Do not miss a stroll along the promenade by the Danube River or through one of Vienna’s many parks. Numerous events are taking place all over the city in March- be it festivals, art exhibitions, or concerts.