In seventh place was Bled in Slovenia.
On the banks of a glacial lake, Bled was nominated one of the seven new wonders of the world.
Thermal springs, castles and even a local cream cake await holidaymakers who head to the holiday resort town this winter.
Lofoten and Tromso in Norway were eight and ninth.
Norway has it all for a winter holiday, snow, ice and northern lights.
And the south coast of Iceland came tenth.
The land of ice and fire, Iceland is an incredible country to visit all year round.
In winter, the south coast is the most popular, and the most accessible for holidaymakers who want to experience volcano, waterfall, black sand desert and geysers.