Twitter Chat: Best Winter Trips

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and that means one thing: planning your holiday and winter travels.

Whether it’s someplace sunny or snowy, nearby or across the world, @NatGeoTravel will be sharing seasonal trip ideas during our next Twitter chat on Thursday, December 3, hosted by Traveler features editor Amy Alipio (@amytravels).

Join the conversation by weighing in with your own plans and tips.

> Here’s how:

  • When: 2-3 p.m. ET on Thursday, December 3
  • Where: On Twitter via @NatGeoTravel. Follow hashtag #NatGeoTravelChat to join us!

During the live chat, @NatGeoTravel will pose six questions over the course of an hour. Amy and other members of the Nat Geo family will be chiming in about their favorite places to visit during the season—whether they’re all about embracing or escaping the cold.

But we want to hear what destinations are at the top of your winter travel wish-list on Thursday, too. So be sure to jump in with your own recommendations and road lessons and we’ll retweet our favorite responses. Use #NatGeoTravelChat to participate.

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