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Where to go on holiday at Christmas 2022?

Where to go on holiday at Christmas? This is a question that each of us has asked ourselves at this time of year. There are many factors to consider when deciding where to go on holiday at Christmas, such as expenses, time and exciting destination. We’re here to help you! Here are some ideas that will make you experience the best Christmas ever. Let’s start!

New York: New York is one of the most popular holiday destinations. It will create a wonderful atmosphere for the big lights that adorn streets, shopping malls, shop windows and sparkling department stores, making it a must-see destination if you want to meet a real Santa Claus at work. Ice skating rinks, the romance of Central Park and a visit to the Rockefeller Center help create a truly magical atmosphere in New York City.

Paris: Romanticism in Paris becomes almost palpable during the Christmas period. Between the Christmas markets on the Champs-Elysées, the glamorous boutiques of the Galeries Lafayette, the events, the shows and the giant Christmas tree, it’s hard not to be fascinated by one of the oldest cities in the world. How hard it was not to be moved during the Christmas Eve Mass at Notre Dame.

London: London is the capital of Christmas. The city lights up with a thousand colors, is filled with markets and Christmas trees of all sizes, it lights up with events and shops, and offers one of the best shops in Europe, albeit a bit expensive. One of the things you have to do in London at Christmas is see the famous lights of Carnaby Street and, of course, the giant Christmas tree in Trafalgar Square. For the rest, there is so much to do in London at this particular time of year, just know how to choose and be careful not to turn your holiday into an exhausting ride.

Tromsø: Tromsø lives in total darkness throughout the winter, which makes the Christmas celebrations even more evocative. In December it comes alive with songs echoing from the vaults of the Arctic cathedral, as well as the Christmas market, where you can’t help but try the traditional ingefærnøtter, spherical gingerbread biscuits served with a glass of sour grapes. The best thing about celebrating Christmas in the dark is the chance to see the Northern Lights and the Northern Lights between 18:00 and midnight.

Küssnacht: Santa Claus is loved and waited all over the world: but here. It’s a strange tradition that originated in the Middle Ages and every December more than 20,000 people gather to hunt for Santa Claus. The event is called “Klausjagen”, which literally means “Santa Claus Hunt”, and is one of the weirdest Christmas celebrations in Europe. The parade, which lasted all night, includes over 1000 characters.

Christmas is a great time to travel even for those who don’t celebrate it. We all deserve a break during the holidays, no doubt. Hopefully this article has given you some ideas!