This type of Christmas holiday can be possible in any of these 10 beautiful destinations.
Christmas is that a special time of the year will be the bulk of the world in the spirit of peace, love and togetherness.
1- Christmas in Germany
Yes, a winter holiday in Germany is indeed an unforgettable one only if you let the city of Rothenburg run around and be a part of these 5 events.
While in Rothenburg, Germany, you and your family can find snow-catering and ski lessons.
Participate in an old tradition of Germany, the cracking whip contest.
Member of the Rothenburg Township Community has a wealth of annual Christmas traditions that are believed to make historical beliefs such as the ringing of numerous large bells make a deafening sound to keep away demons.
Visit the Christmas market between late November to December 23 and be even more fascinated by the culture of Germany.
Before closing the year, take a taste of ‘Snow Ball’ pastries or some white mulled wine at each of the Christmas markets in Rothenburg.
2- Christmas in Vienna, Austria
Vienna is one of the best cities in the world for holidays because they take Christmas parties very seriously. If you’re planning a trip to Austria around the holiday season, consider some of the fun things you can do and see.
Enjoy a classical concert in the famous St. Stephens Cathedral every night up to 4 days before Christmas.
Visit the Museums Quarter and view it’s coming to galleries is one of the wonders of the world while you are entertained with free drinks, all that happens to be ‘eve of the eve’.
Visit the Christmas market in Freyung.
Take a moment to see “The Nutcracker” at the Vienna State Opera.
Then bring in the New Year with the annual New Year’s Concert set up by the Vienna Philharmonic.
3- Christmas in Sydney, Australia
One thing Sydney is known for around the holidays is their spectacular way to bring the New Year as they are one of the first countries in the world to do so. Above all, there is still a lot of fun things to do in this exquisite city if you are planning to make a trip for Christmas.
It would be an adventure to climb the Harbor Bridge.
Check out the Santa Fest, which begins in late November and ends on Christmas Eve.
Be part of the Woolworth Song in the Domain, Australia’s largest free concert to be held on 19 December in support of the Salvation Army.
Go on a romantic cruise and enjoy a delicious dinner or breakfast.
Do not forget to be the part of fireworks affair that brings in the New Year.
4- Christmas in New York City, USA
New York is known for being at the top of the list when it comes to Christmas holidays, with all the activities and fun events, it’s no wonder.
While in New York you can go skating in Central Park.
Do not miss the Christmas tree lighting event at the Rockefeller Center, with music celebrity appearances.
Go shopping and enjoy some of the lowest prices for clothing and giftware.
Be sure to check out the Rockette’s annual live Christmas show at Radio City.
Bring in the New Year with more than 1 million other people waiting to see the ball dropping at random.
5- Christmas in London, England
London literally lights up around Christmas time, do not doubt it, just plan a trip to the English Country House next year and become part of the many festivities; You may be aware of some of these:
In addition to going to the church or taking a warm swimming pool bath, go to the South Bank Christmas Market.
Part of the gliding on the skating will be Somerset House.
The Royal Albert Hall has Christmas carols by candlelight, though cocktail bars are not your thing.
Afternoon tea is always around Christmas at Claridge’s.
Other popular Christmas events include the Peter Pan Cup, Great Christmas Pudding Race, Hyde Park’s Winter Wonderland Festival, and New Year’s Fireworks.
6- Christmas in Aspen, Colorado
If you want to experience what it means to celebrate Christmas with a small community that indulges in an array of holiday festivities, Aspen is the city.
Part of the annual Little Nell Tree lighting ceremony and get acquainted with the residents while enjoying free hot chocolate and a live show Santa and Reindeer.
Enjoy a sleigh ride down an aspens highland.
A small Nellie Powder Cat tour and tracks through the snow-capped Moose Mountains.
Join the ugly sweater party on the 22nd of December
It crowns all the amazing fireworks over the Aspen Mountains on the last day of the year.
7- Christmas in Atlanta, Georgia
Georgia is the hometown of many former great music artists, but if you want to experience a kind of magical Christmas then put city in Atlanta, Georgia on the list, and prepare for a fun and lasting holiday.
Experience the many Christmas lights Callaway Gardens and the botanical gardens to see.
Witness Macy’s big tree lighting Lenox Square or become part of the Disney Family Show on December 12th.
Join the whole family for being part of the annual Children’s Christmas Parade or Town Parade on December 3rd in Forsyth.
Take a tour of the Christmas Mansion or the traditional Christmas show at the Earl Smith Beach Theater.
Close the year at the Hyatt Regency or Westin Peachtree Plaza, visit one of the many restaurants or live shows like ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ live radio game that takes place in Buford.
8- Christmas in Istanbul, Turkey
Turkey is a great place to visit any time of the year, but it would be an interesting adventure to experience and be a part of celebrating as they celebrate the holidays.
If you are someone with a sweet tooth, you will firstly love the cupcake workshop with all the different sweet treats available from December 17-27.
Feel the Christmas spirit as you sit through Istanbul’s annual Christmas concert in the Church of St. Antoine.
Visit the biggest event of the holiday in Turkey, the Kurban Bayram Festival on the 20-23 of December.
Get a glimpse of the food in one of the best Turkish restaurants in Istanbul, the Sarnic.
Enjoy bringing Turkey into the new year with fireworks in the Bosphorus.
9- Christmas in Madrid, Spain
A few years ago Madrid would have been a pretty boring place to be around the holidays, but lately it has become so full of excitement and various events, making it quite cozy around this time of the year. There are at least five things you can do in Madrid at Christmas time and you do not have to spend a penny.
The department store Cortylandia puts on a Christmas show for children every year, but there are concerts all over the city like the one set up by Christmas choirs in Palcio DE Cibeles.
Stroll the streets and be seduced by how serious Spain is putting up cribs over popular buildings and museums, not forgetting to stop by Plaza Castilla or other long line stop for the popular tradition of hot chocolate and churros.
Imagine yourself skating at Plaza Callao or go shopping in one of the Christmas markets in the Plaza Mayor.
Be sure to enjoy heavy Christmas Eve, Christmas, New Year and New Year meals, which are a must-have tradition in Spain.
There is always something going on in the Retiro Park especially for this season for the whole family, just remember to bring in the New Year with the natives in Madrid.
10- Christmas in Rome, Italy
If you want to enjoy this year – the Christmas tree lighting in Rome or to remember the true meaning of Christmas with the cribs, then join the large crowd gathering to see the Pope make his appearance on Christmas Eve. All this together with some fun events for a Rome memorabilia.
Visit the museums of the countries and famous sights or go ice skating near Castel ST. Angelo.
Enjoy New Year’s Eve celebrations at Piazza Del Popolo, have a great time shopping for souvenirs and a taste of never before Italian food.
Pray at the Santa Susanna in English before bedtime at the local Christmas market.
Experience classical Christmas music at the annual concert in December.
Walking around Rome and eyes all see beautiful colorful fairy lights.