15 best places for Christmas

If Salzburg of Austria features a snowy were mountains, Baroque architecture, Honolulu in Hawaii to have Santa’s iconic red shorts and shirt chest brakes.

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1. Honolulu, Hawaii: Honolulu Christmas decorated during a month, with a parade, live music and a 15 m high pines. Especially all is Santa Claus 6 m high, red shorts and shirt chest brake very funny.

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2. Rovaniemi, Lapland, Finland: Legend has it that the Arctic is the hometown of Santa Claus. With the Finns, Rovaniemi is the hometown of Christmas. Children here often make gingerbread cakes, join calligraphy class, or write wishes with traditional brushes. Guests here can experience the Arctic Snow hotel made entirely of ice, but is equipped with a hot tub and sauna to relax.

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3. Salzburg, Austria: Home of the musical genius Mozart and also the context of the film The Sound of Music is the perfect place for this year’s Christmas holiday with snow-capped mountains, Baroque architecture and the exclusive market knife. All over Austria and Bavaria in December, people often disguise the ferocious demon and then wander around the streets to punish the naughty child.

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4. Malta: Each year, people here are open shutters and garage door for Christmas decorations. More unique, decorated with Bethlehem f’Ghajnsielem size as true in an area of ​​20,000 m2 in a fallow field. With more than 150 actors played the cartoon character, the village takes visitors back to the time 2,000 years ago with oil lamps, plants, herbivores, traditional folklore and caves where Jesus was born.

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5. Barcelona, ​​Spain: The city is famous for swimming competition 200 m Copa Nadal through sinh.Cuoc harbor on Christmas Three Kings parade through the streets with models camel, elephant, giraffe and the brilliant costumes is the highlight for the holiday in Barcelona.

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6. New York: Rockefeller Center is the center of Christmas in New York in 79 years, with 84-year-old pine trees. At the corner of Central Park’s Holiday Fair with over 100 stalls selling clothes, souvenirs, food drink.tourism, Christmas Photo: CNN

7. Nuremberg, Germany: Nürnberger Christkindlesmarkt Christmas Market attracts over 2 million visitors each year. The highlight is a wooden Ferris wheel giant carvings, traditional carousel and steam train. The market has also made the traditional craft toys and items for the festival. Market includes 200 stores, with competitions designed booth nicest. Children can delight in exploring the toy museum, the train museum or Germany.

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8. Quebec, Canada: Quebec Christmas tree made ​​of recycled metal, and electric lights is generated by energy from the bike nearby. Guests can enjoy grilled sausages and chestnuts at Christmas markets in Germany. Those who prefer the outdoors can mountaineering and skiing in Sentier des Caps de Charlevoix.

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9. Reykjavik, Iceland: The city has unique characteristics for Christmas, which must mention the Yuletide Lads Santa Claus brought gifts for the baby behaved during 13 nights before Christmas. Yule Market Town in Ingolfstorg brilliant with gifts, colorful decorations. On the snowy streets with the splendid light as fairy.

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10. San Miguel de Allende, Mexico: Before 24/12, locals often played the character in the Bible, and then go from house to house to recreate the journey to Bethlehem.

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11. Strasbourg, France: A series of village decorated Christmas themed as an ideal destination for holiday guests. 300 booths spread across 12 locations, accented with Luxembourg. Vertical Christmas Fair is fair, live music and other forms of street art unique.

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12. Queenstown, New Zealand: 3 grams of blue, red and white Christmas characterized by a completely different meaning in New Zealand. The red color symbolizes the Pohutukawa, a Christmas tree with red flowers in New Zealand. White symbolizes the white sand beaches, and blue is the color of kiwi fruit. Tourists come here to enjoy the summer with activities such as boating, surfing, camping by the lake, with lamb, chicken or a delicious grilled seafood.

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13. Valkenburg, Netherlands: The Dutch small town comes alive for Christmas. Velvet Cave transformed into Christmas markets and the whereabouts of Santa Claus, where visitors can admire the room full of gifts and cute reindeer. The market where visitors can buy gifts, food, even a luxury. This year, the Sand sculpture festival here annually themed “Christmas story”.

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Santa Claus 14, Indiana, USA: Santa Claus is known as Santa Fe Capital, has less than 3,000 people. Each year, Santa Claus received thousands of letters from children.A volunteer group called Santa’s Elves were established in the 1930s to respond to each letter of the children.

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15. Bath, England: Bath Christmas Souk lasted 18 days with more than 170 wooden stalls selling unique handmade products in the context of ancient Britain enabled the Georgian style.

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