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Spending Christmas and New Year’s holiday weeks with friends and especially with family is some sort of old tradition in most of the Western countries. As most of them, have or living in the colder northern climates so, they look for the change. Here is the list of best places to spend Christmas.

There are many beautiful places in the world where you can visit this Christmas but the budget is also a factor that can not be ignored. Most people just cancel the trip because of the budget. Such people start searching for a place within their budget. In this article, you will find a list of a few beautiful places that you can visit and also they will be in your budget.

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Those with resources have been going to Hawaii to enjoy this Christmas for a long time. Well, there are actually various other countries and islands that have the same tropical climates around the world, and also most of them are far cheaper.

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5 Best Places to Spend Christmas

Below is a list of most major tourist destinations that, over the week around Christmas and New Year, combine hot weather with low prices.

1- Barcelona, Spain

Someone in Barcelona who can manage and afford to stretch their Christmas holiday to Three King’s Day (Monday, January 6, 2021) will be able to catch up with Gaspar, Melchior, and Balthazar. On the evening of January 5th, they arrived at the port of Santa Eulalia. The cannons are fired, the fireworks are set off, and as the mayor’s hands, the keys to the city, the magic of the Magi officially begins. In a splendid cavalcade of floats, including camels, giraffes, lions  and beautiful costumes, they Parade through the streets

2- Dublin, Ireland

The staunchly Catholic Irish have some innovative ways to celebrate Christmas with a fun sense of humor. A morning swim on the 25th at the Forty-Foot Sea-water pool is the most eyebrow-raising.

There’s a lot of life on the Dublin streets and the craic flows in the lead-up on the big day. In the Docklands, there are 12 Christmas Days Market, cheesy pantos, Christmas lights, ice skating, and festive cheers. And remember that Don’t miss the carols in St. Patrick’s Cathedral.

3- Copenhagen, Denmark

Copenhagen is the most vibrant and affordable capital in Scandinavia. Small and welcoming, it’s a place where people set the pace rather than cars, making its pre-Christmas activity a lot easier to navigate. Every year, half a million lights and hundreds of Christmas trees transform the streets of the city, forming a magnificent backdrop to your festive meandering.

4- Nuremberg, Germany

The Christmas market in Nuremberg is a German tradition that every year receives over 2 million tourists. Highlights include an old-fashioned carousel, a giant sculpted wooden Ferris wheel, and a steam train.

The Nuremberg Christmas Market Council is committed to ensuring that only traditional handmade toys and holiday products are sold. There are no synthetic garlands created by mass here. The 200 selected market vendors also set up fantastic displays in competition for the stall that looks most beautiful with awards. The top three are walking away with “Plum People” prizes in gold, silver or bronze.

5- Honolulu, Hawaii

Santa Claus is wearing his beach for the Christmas celebrations in Hawaii. What the Aloha State lacks in the snow more than it does in a festive atmosphere of peace and goodwill.
Celebration center around Honolulu City Lights, a month-long Christmas display with an opening parade, live music, and a 15-meter Christmas tree.

Shaka Santa Mr. Claus, nearly 20 feet high, dressed in red shorts and an open shirt, takes pride in place downtown, sitting next to his girlfriend, Tutu Mele, who is wearing mu’umu’u.


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