The countdown for Christmas has started! Christmas is a global festival and celebrated by the whole world and it is one festival where the religion doesn’t really matter. People love Christmasbecause it is about spending time with the ones you love. There are many which get a special Christmas look with twinkling lights, pretty Christmas décor and are worth visiting:
New York City, USA
New York is the best place to celebrate Christmas as it hosts the tallest Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center. Many people make it a point to see this marvel when it lights up. The Bryant Park Winter Village is also a tourist attraction, with a 17,000-square-foot huge ice-skating rink and more than 150 shopping kiosks it is a Christmas delight.
Bondi beach in Australia is famous for its Christmas celebrations. Many backpackers visit this place as Australia is known for its bands and DJs who have special performances in this season. During Christmas, there are special light shows, parades, Christmas parties etc. which tourists love exploring.
Zurich has every element required to make Christmas the best ever! Zurich is famous for its lip-smacking doughnuts and chocolates. Mountains and snow attract many people to visit Zurich. More than 10,000 Swarovski crystals are used to decorate the Christmas tree in Zurich. It has also the largest Christmas market in the world! The unique singing tree at Werdmuhleplatz that sings carols is a must visit.
Dublin has its own unique Christmas tradition, people go for swimming in morning in a Forty-Foot sea-water pool on 25th December. Leopardstown Christmas Festival is one of the most famous festivals and is celebrated for four days straight. Another attention-grabbing point of Dublin is Horse Racing events.
Santa Claus Village, Finland
Santa Claus Village has always been the first choice of the people who want to visit Santa on Christmas! People here celebrate Christmas with different activities like going to elves workshop, checking out the sleight etc. Singing, dancing, drinking add to the happy festive feels.
Which place would you like to celebrate Christmas Eve?