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Best Places to Travel for Christmas

Updated: Jun 4


Rockefeller Center at Christmas

The festive season is a magical time of the year, and nothing amplifies the charm like traveling to a destination that embodies the spirit of Christmas. From snow-covered streets to festive markets and illuminations, these destinations promise an unforgettable Christmas experience.


 

Strasbourg, France

Known as the "Capital of Christmas," Strasbourg is home to one of the oldest Christmas markets in Europe. Wander through the town's cobbled streets, adorned with twinkling lights, while sipping on vin chaud (hot wine) and munching on traditional Alsatian treats.


Lapland, Finland

For an ethereal Christmas experience, head to the Arctic Circle in Lapland. Meet Santa Claus in his village, embark on a husky sleigh ride, and if you're lucky, catch the mesmerizing Northern Lights painting the polar skies.


Nuremberg, Germany

The Christkindlesmarkt in Nuremberg is a centuries-old tradition. With over 200 stalls, this market is a wonderland of handcrafted toys, spicy gingerbread, and the famous Nuremberg sausages. Don't miss the festive opening ceremony led by the angelic Christkind.


New York City, USA

The Big Apple shines brightest during Christmas. From the colossal Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center to the window displays along Fifth Avenue and the Radio City Christmas Spectacular, NYC offers a modern festive fairytale.


Vienna, Austria

Vienna's imperial architecture provides a regal backdrop to its festive markets. Visit the market in front of the City Hall, or Rathaus, and glide across the ice rink while enjoying the Baroque beauty of the city illuminated in festive glory.


Prague, Czech Republic

The fairy-tale city of Prague, with its Gothic and Baroque architecture, becomes a winter dream during Christmas. The Old Town Square is the heart of celebrations with a massive tree, live nativity scenes, and festive concerts.


Reykjavik, Iceland

While it offers a more subdued celebration, the charm of Reykjavik lies in its snow-clad landscapes, geothermal pools, and the possibility of witnessing the Northern Lights during the long winter nights.


Bruges, Belgium

Bruges looks like a scene straight out of a Christmas card during the festive season. The medieval town, with its canals and historic buildings, hosts a delightful Christmas market in its main square. Don't forget to indulge in some Belgian hot chocolate!


Bethlehem, West Bank

For a deeply spiritual experience, visit the birthplace of Jesus. Join the midnight mass at the Church of the Nativity, witness the annual parade, and immerse yourself in the profound religious significance of the place.


Tokyo, Japan

While Christmas isn't a national holiday in Japan, Tokyo embraces the festive spirit with unparalleled zeal. Streets and malls are adorned with lights, with the illumination displays in districts like Roppongi and Shibuya being must-sees.



Christmas Travel:

The world comes alive in unique and magical ways during Christmas. Whether you're seeking traditional festivities, a snowy wonderland, or a modern celebration, there's a corner of the globe ready to make your Christmas truly special. Happy travels and Merry Christmas!

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