Most Romantic Christmas Holiday Places in Europe

Christmas is the most awaited holiday season in the world. It will be celebrated by the millions of Christians as well as non-Christians around the world. Christmas Holiday in Europe is synonym with snow, time-honored traditions, Gothic churches with fabulous choirs, and charming medieval squares brought to life by colorful Christmas holiday stalls. Some cities celebrate Christmas in grand style, others with peculiar customs and yuletide nostalgia aplenty, and some of them are simply at their finest during this time of the year.

Nuremberg, Germany

There’s no better time to visit Nuremberg than during the Christmas  holiday season, when the city turns into a genuine winter fairytale. Home to one of the oldest and most spectacular Christmas markets in Germany, hence the world, the picturesque medieval town in Bavaria welcomes its visitors with an extravaganza of Christmas goods, traditions, and activities.                                                
Christmas Holiday Places

Krakow, Poland

If you want to make a white Christmas  and be surrounded by cultural treasures, you can draw an X on the map near Krakow. Beside the old customs we all know that when it comes to spending Christmas holiday, Poland has a specific tradition, unique and maybe a little bizarre.

Amsterdam, Netherlands

The best part about spending Christmas holiday in Amsterdam is that museums and other tourist attractions are open and ready to share Dutch culture and history with you. Here are some ideas on what you can do if you plan your Christmas in Amsterdam. The list includes witnessing the Amsterdam Light Festival, Classical music performances and ice skating throughout the city.

Strasbourg, France

Home to the oldest Christmas holiday market in France, a magnificent Gothic cathedral, and a charming UNESCO-listed Old Town, the quaint Alsatian city near the border with Germany is a fantastic destination for your winter trip.

Moskow, Russia

Moskow is a great opportunity for you to spend Christmas holiday two times a year. You might consider attending the Russian Winter Festival that takes place in Izmailovo Park right before Christmas (celebrated on 6 and 7 January, after the Julian calendar). Then you can literally break the ice with a boat cruise down the Moskow River.

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