Tailor-made winter holidays
Whether it's a trip to see the Northern Lights in Norway, a stay at Sweden's ICEHOTEL or a family adventure to meet Santa in Finnish Lapland, our curated range of winter holidays is certain to inspire you.
Discover winter trip ideas and itineraries showcasing some of the most beautiful destinations alongside stays in hotels tried and tested by our destination specialists. To make the most of your winter adventure, many of our holidays include a host of excursions, from husky sledding to snowmobiling. Or, why not create your own winter break from scratch? Book with Wexas for award-winning service and 50 years' experience creating bespoke holidays.
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With its mesmerising sculptures and thrilling excursions, a stay at Sweden's original ICEHOTEL is a truly unique experience. This classic short break includes a night in an Ice Room with two nights in warm accommodation.
Just 90 miles from the Arctic Circle and close to the border of Syöte National Park and two excellent ski resorts, Iso-Syöte is Finland's southernmost fell and sees more snow in a year than anywhere else in the country.
Our most popular Northern Lights break, this city stay in Tromso, which includes an aurora safari, is the ideal introduction to Norway's Arctic delights. Expect wonderful restaurants and bars and easy access to a host of winter adventures.
This winter break includes a memorable stay in a glass igloo in the heart of Finnish Lapland. Watch as the Northern Lights swirl above your heated, glass-domed roof before swapping over to the cosy and characterful Hotel Ylläshumina for three days of Arctic-circle adventure.
From a secluded, luxury stay to visiting a geothermal spa and spotting the Northern Lights from an outdoor hot tub, this Iceland escape is full of romance. You'll also explore the natural wonders of the Golden Circle before ending with Reykjavik's historic charm.