5 Best Countries To Stop Celebrating Christmas
Jingle bell already started sounded, a sign Christmas is coming! In addition to as a religious celebration, Christmas is also often used as a moment to take a vacation with the family and the people closest. It is also supported by the Christmas schedule that coincides with school holidays and the new year.
a Variety of the city of can you make the choice on vacation, but there is no harm if you target a country that has the best Christmas celebration. In addition to the can feel the joy of the Christmas celebration, you can be satisfied with the exploration of the country with the closest people. And then countries that have a tradition of celebrating the festive Christmas? Let’s find out more!
New York City, United States
You must be quite familiar with the celebration of Christmas in New York City (NYC) thanks to Hollywood movies such as Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1992) or Elf (2003). Each year, a Christmas celebration in NYC performed at the Rockefeller Center. Since the beginning of December, a giant Christmas tree and ice skating rink will beautify the region.
in addition, you can also visit the Columbus Circle neighborhood became the center of trade in food, beverages, clothing, and various Christmas gifts. For those who like shopping, you can stop by the Fifth Avenue became the shopping center of world-famous brands.
In the Netherlands, there is a cave named Valkenburg which is transformed into a Christmas market and Santa’s house. Here, you can find a lot of gifts and Christmas ornaments, such as dolls, decorative lighting, up reindeer and sleigh belonged to Santa. The Interior of the Valkenburg Caves also decorated with a variety of lamp that emits light which is so beautiful.
In the Valkenburg Caves, there is also a chapel that reportedly has been standing since the 18th century. The walls were decorated with a picture of a mural that has been preserved since Roman times. You will certainly get a unique and memorable experience while spending the Christmas time in the City of Valkenburg.
Is the capital city of Alsace in France, Strasbourg has a number of villages decorated for the festive time of Christmas. A variety of colorful lights installed so as to create festive scenery and make the tourists feel got a friendly welcome.
In one village, there is a field named Alsace that allows you to taste apricots and prunes, fresh straight from the garden. You can also visit the Village of Bridle which offers a selection of biscuits traditional Christmas. Not only that, but you can also witness a variety of cultural events and music concerts which will add to the fun atmosphere.
The city of Nuremberg routinely held a Christmas market which is always successful to get visitors to millions of people. At least, there are 200 sellers peddling his own wares. Each stall will be decorated in such a way in order to win an award for The Most Beautiful Staff Design. Uniquely, the products are sold is handmade, even the toys a child once!
While going through the market, you can taste the typical food of Christmas cake-like jahedan sausage for sale traders. Fun again, there are exciting rides for the kids, like the steam train, the carousel and the Ferris wheel from wood.
Like Nuremberg, the area of Riga, Latvia also regularly hold a Christmas Market entitled the Old Riga Christmas Market. The event was held at the Town Hall Square will be supported with a variety of designs and Christmas ornament. Don’t forget, the decorated Christmas tree colorful lights were also installed for the sake of building the atmosphere typical of Christmas.
In the Old Riga Christmas Market, you’ll find a wide range of merchandise ranging from food typical of Christmas up to Christmas such as hand-made socks and the candle. There are also some special activities of children, such as riding a pony and an animal corner to place a rabbit as well as sheep.
the Fifth country in the top of a Christmas holiday that is right. In addition to watching the celebration of Christmas it is festive, you can know a new culture from each of these countries. Yuk, please prepare a budget and plan a holiday trip this Christmas!