That Christmas dream of quaint churches, quaint little houses, and quaint people dusted with quaint snow can actually be a reality this year -- if you're in the right place. And thankfully, quaint Reddit user Haayoaie created this totally quaint map to show you where you need to be. Quaint.
Using meteorological data and, well, a map showing all his work, this guy shows that those dreaming of a simultaneous European vacation/Bing Crosby singalong should focus their attentions on Finland and Sweden, where there's a high chance of a snowy Christmas day. Which makes sense if you've ever been to Scandinavia. On the flip side, popular Christmas destinations in Central and Eastern Europe, like Prague and Vienna, have a 21% and 25% chance respectively. But there's a chance, and that's something.
Oh and somehow there's a 2% chance that it will snow in Madrid. Fingers crossed.
Check out the map below and see a blown up version here.