Merry Merry Christmas! This is just the beginning of the festive season, and I want you to know how you can add some arty spirit to your celebrations. This is a list of most outstanding, festive, winter Christmas events across the globe. I covered your favourite destinations and most-visited places for a festive season. So, here we go..
Christmas events across the globe
I’ve mentioned already this magic place last year, and still insisting on visiting the Royal Botanic Garden, Kew Gardens in London. You will spend your Christmas days in a beautiful garden full of lightings, and the largest Victorian glasshouse in the world Temperate House and a Victorian glasshouse Palm House.
2. Schonbrunn Palace Concert – Vienna, Austria
Vienna is one of the most beloved destinations for celebrating Christmas. If you are in Vienna, add some music notes to your trip. Listen to Mozart and Strauss in the Schonbrunn Palace Orangery! According to TripAdvisor, this is one of the most ‘sold out’ concerts in Vienna.
3. Momentum Ski Festival, Verbier, Switzerland
Why I still don’t know about this event? Winter, Switzerland, Alps, the City Ski Championships, the Alpine Business Forum, and lots of skis entertainment activities – everything in Momentum Ski Festival.
4. Amsterdam Light Festival Cruise – Netherlands
More than 50 light installations are spread across beautiful Amsterdam, which you can observe from the comfort of a cruise.
5.Budapest Outdoor Ice Rink in the City Park – Budapest, Hungary
We all love Budapest, especially on Christmas. So, what you need to visit is ice rink near the marvellous Vajdahunyad Castle in the City Park.
6. Gramado Natal Luz – Gramado, Brazil
What can be cooler than New Year in Rio? But, apart from New Years Carnaval, have a look at this Christmas parade where the Christmas tree is surrounded by light installations. Gramado is a Christmas capital of Brazil!
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