We invite you to immerse yourself in destinations that offer the beauty of bright and colorful lights, charming markets and the warmth of the Christmas season. These destinations transform the trip into an unforgettable experience and reconnect you with the magical feeling of Christmas. Each getaway is a unique option on these dates, with its own charm and traditions, but they share common characteristics, such as festive lights, traditional gastronomy markets full of flavors and smells, especially sweets, hot drinks and a cozy, friendly and familiar atmosphere.

Here we leave you a selection of destinations for this festive season. ;)

The Alsace region is known for its traditional Christmas markets. Cities like Strasbourg, Colmar and Riquewihr are filled with lights and decorations. The markets offer artisan products, Christmas decorations and Alsatian gastronomic delights, such as gingerbread and mulled wine known as "vin chaud."

It is illuminated during the Christmas season with festive lights and decorations. Canals and main streets, such as Dam Square, are adorned with lights, and Christmas markets offer artisanal goods and culinary delights.

The picturesque villages of the Cotswolds take on a special charm during the Christmas season. Traditional stone houses are decorated with festive lights and decorations. Christmas markets and local shops offer unique gifts and artisan products. Bourton-on-the-Water and Chipping Campden are especially lovely at this time of year.

Key locations, such as Richmond Bridge and the area around the train station, often shine with festive lighting that transforms the city.
Richmond Park is another of the charms of this neighborhood that offers a beautiful backdrop for the Christmas season. You can enjoy winter walks among the deer and appreciate nature in a calm and serene environment.

It transforms into a fairy tale during Christmas. Tivoli Gardens amusement park is illuminated with thousands of lights, creating a magical experience. Christmas markets in the city center offer unique gifts and Danish specialties. You can also enjoy the traditional hot drink called "gløgg".

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