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10 Of The World’s Most Magical Christmas Destination.

It’s Christmas day and all over the world Christmas celebrations are brewing. But if you happen to live in one of these 10 best places to celebrate Christmas, then you are probably enjoying the holiday a little bit more then the rest of us. Nevertheless, Merry Christmas, and may this day be filled with many well wishes for you and your family.
1.Quebec City, Canada
Lapland in Finland prides in vast expanses of snow, unique wildlife, and breathtaking landscapes. A sled ride pulled by reindeer or huskies gives revelers unforgettable safaris. Lapland is home to the Santa Claus Village which houses the official Santa Claus’s Office, where visitors flock to meet Santa Claus. The Arctic Circle is visible and visitors shop in the themed shops that dot the region. The city’s unique wildlife is exhibited in the Ranua Zoo, and the mystery of the northern lights is revealed in the Arktikum Science Center.quebec-city

 

2.Australia
Let’s kick off our list with where we have spent Christmas for the majority of our lives and that’s in good ol’ Straya. While you’re here why not join us for a traditional Aussie Christmas of a BBQ layered with all the tastiest treats including prawns, beer and pavlova. Once you’re done eating (and waited the recommended 30 minutes) jump in your togs and dive straight into the pool or ocean.australia

 

3.Tokyo, Japan
Christmas in Tokyo is a fairy-lit, religion-free sight to behold. Traditionally, celebrating the New Year is more important in Japan than Christmas, but this is what happens when non-Christians embrace Christmas, and with gusto: spectacularly over-the-top decorations and lights. While the lead-up is dazzling, Christmas Day itself is a fizzer as it’s not a holiday. Christmas Eve is the big deal, resembling Valentine’s Day in activity — a night for couples and romance. Feasting Japanese-style involves fried
chicken followed by sponge cake topped with cream and strawberries.tokyo

 

4.Edinburgh, Scotland
The city of Edinburg has a lot to offer tourists during the Christmas season. Christmas in Edinburg commences with the switching on of Christmas lights. Church services and nativity scenes attract hundreds of church goers while the Christmas markets serve the best of Christmas delights. An array of concerts, shows, street parties and fireworks make Edinburg the ultimate Christmas destination.edinburgh-scotland

 

5. Paris, France
Paris is known for being the ‘City of Lights’ and around this time of year it known as the ‘City of Christmas Lights’. Well we may of lied about the Christmas nickname but what a wonderful and joyous way to spend Christmas than in the city of love. How beautiful does the Eiffel tower look with a blanket of snow covering it.paris-france

 

6.Goa, India
The state of Goa in India prides in beautiful beaches, a favorable climate and a breathtaking environment. Like other parts of the world, it experiences winter during Christmas and boasts a warm and sunny climate, convenient for water sports. Christianity is the dominant religion in Goa, and services are held in important and historic churches including the Basilica of Bom Jesus and
Church of St. Francis of Assisi. The beaches of Goa are a favorite Christmas spot and are lighted by fireworks during the Christmas celebrations.
MIdnight Xmas mass at Saligao

 

7. Zurich, Switzerland
Zurich teems with Christmas markets selling an array of goods, from culinary delights to craftwork. Christmas lighting gives the city a festive ambiance, complete with a glittering 50 ft tall Christmas tree located at Christkindlimarkt at the Main Train Station. Spectacular Christmas traditions in the city include the Lichterschwimmen floating candles and the Circus Conelli on the Bauschänzli.zurich-switzerland

 

8.Lapland, Finland
Lapland in Finland prides in vast expanses of snow, unique wildlife, and breathtaking landscapes. A sled ride pulled by reindeer or huskies gives revelers unforgettable safaris. Lapland is home to the Santa Claus Village which houses the official Santa Claus’s Office, where visitors flock to meet Santa Claus. The Arctic Circle is visible and visitors shop in the themed shops that dot the region. The city’s unique wildlife is exhibited in the Ranua Zoo, and the mystery of the northern lights is revealed in the Arktikum Science Center.lapland-finland

 

9.San Francisco, USA
Do you know what sounds amazing? Thousands of Santa Clauses flocking the city in celebration of Santa Con. This is the annual ‘where’s Wally Santa’ or the annual ‘explain to your kids why there are literal thousands of Santa Clauses outside and not at the North Pole’. This just looks like way to much fun to miss out on.san-francisco-usa

 

10.North Pole, Alaska
The North Pole may be the most obvious Christmas town of all. Here in this community of 2,200 residents, it’s always Christmas with holiday decorations up 365 days of the year. You can drive down streets like Kris Kringle Drive, Mistletoe Lane or Santa Clause Lane and even stay the night at Santaland RV Park. It’s all about Santa here. In December, North Pole really comes alive with its annual North Pole Christmas In Ice Contest attracting ice sculptors from across the globe. National newscasts are frequently broadcast live from the Santa Clause house as well.north-pole-alaska

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