Holiday season is here. If you’re looking for the ultimate experience for Christmas holidays, here’s a list of top 10 destinations for christmas celebrations 2013 with their major attractions to look out for.
San Juan – Porto Rico
Though the place is small, but its in a habit of hosting big and extended Christmas events. Celebrations beginning from early December and proceeding till end of first week of January (till the Three Kings Day) the island attracts visitors from all over the world for a nice sunny Christmas celebration.
The most looked forward event is arranged at the Christmas Eve which is followed by Midnight Mass leading to Paseo de la Princesa.
Tokyo – Japan
Yes, you do see a little eastern flavour while you decide to spend your Christmas holidays in the land of sun. Though the celebrations for Christmas are less entertaining than the ones prepared for New Year’s eve. But all in all, Tokyo does offer a pretty decent show with nice Japanese-style food and a romantic eve for visitors coming from all over the world.
Zurich – Switzerland
To enjoy the most traditional christmas celebrations with proper decor, snow and chocolates, Zurich is the place to head to this Christmas. Not only Zurich offers the conventional Christmas attractions, it also has the most mesmerising markets and shopping spots with amazing Christmas deals and gifts.
Nuremberg – Germany
If Christmas is all about shopping for you, then Nuremberg is place you’d want to be this Christmas. With around 180 and more stalls in Christkindlesmarkt, including stalls for toys, candles, breads, sweets, chocolates and much more definitely tempt you to buy it all. Also, if you visit the market after eve, you’ll be surprised to see the lighting in the entire market.
Dublin – Ireland
It is strongly recommended to spend at least one Christmas holiday stretch in Ireland. It’s a completely different experience as to how Irish celebrate Christmas. With an appreciable sense of humour and nicely decorated markets, Dublin should be on the must visit list during Christmas 2013.
Vatican – Italy
If you’re up for celebrating Christmas in a conventional style, Vatican is the city to head to. According to a recent tourist stats report, Vatican city managed to attract most visitors in 2012 to attend the Christmas proceedings. Probably its the spirit of Catholicism which serves as the most looked forward affair to deal with.
Bondi Beach – Australia
It’s the only place which gives you a feeling of celebrating Christmas like a stranger. Bondi Beach is perfect for those who intend to spend holidays away from home, in sun, sand and water around.
New York City – United States
Lights, music, christmas trees, snow and amazing people. New York sets to be the largest ground for most modern Christmas celebrations. Also to mention here, don’t forget to check out amazing Christmas deals on various shopping stores.
Santa Claus Village – Finland
As the name suggests, probably it is meant to be at during Christmas holidays no matter where ever you are in the world. The community members dressed up Santa clearly add to the flavour of entire Christmas celebrations.
Bethlehem – West Bank
On top of our list is a place we you truly experience the essence of celebrating Christmas. What better could be a place to be at Christmas than the place where Jesus was born. We strongly recommend a visit once in a lifetime to Bethlehem to celebrate Christmas.