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The Christmas season is when everyone starts to plan their winter holiday travels. People are eager to get away from the cold Canadian winter for a few days and enjoy the time spent with family and friends. Traveling is a great way to spend time with those you love and can be the perfect icebreaker with a new person you are interested in dating. The holiday season is the perfect time to take a break from your routine, relax and enjoy the sights, sounds, and tastes of a new place. Whether you plan to travel to a foreign country or simply travel closer to home, the best time to do so is over Christmas.

  • Rome

The Christmas season has begun in Rome, one of the world’s most spectacular cities. The Piazza Venezia’s Christmas trees, in proximity to St. Peter’s Square and the Colosseum, are magnificent. The majestic Christmas trees in Piazza Navona’s expansive Christmas market are even more spectacular. It is the oldest permanent nativity scene in the world. These will be enough to make your Christmas trip to Rome a success, the Vatican and St. Peter’s Basilica experience included.

  • Maldives

The Maldives is a group of coral atolls located in the Indian Ocean. In many ways, it’s like a tropical paradise, but this paradise is anything but simple. It is a magical place, a place that you can’t possibly get enough of, and a place that would make any holiday perfect. The Maldives is a famous destination for winter vacations. The climate there is ideal for the winter months. This year, with the festive season looming over us all, it’s time to plan our trip to the Maldives. 

  • Tromso

The northern lights (aurora borealis) are probably one of the most beautiful phenomena in nature. People all over the world are fascinated by the colors and patterns of the lights in the sky, which can be spotted over the Arctic and Antarctic. The amazing colors and patterns are created by light reflecting off particles in the upper atmosphere. Tromso is a small but very diverse city in Norway’s North and North East. It’s home to the Institute of The Arctic and the University of Tromso. It’s also the best place to view the Northern Lights.

  • Honolulu

December is the busiest month of the year for tourists, yet some of the best Hawaii has to offer can be experienced at any time of the year. If you want to spot humpback whales or view spectacular light shows, you can do so in the spring. Then, if you want to experience the best Honolulu has to offer, consider a trip during the winter, when the city is at its most beautiful. If you prefer the calm of autumn, then you’ll be able to appreciate a trip to Honolulu then too.

  • Salzburg

Christmas is a time of celebration and joy, but it also means time off from work. It is a time to spend with family and friends, have a fun and relaxing time, but also a time to take a break and disconnect from the world. The City of Salzburg is truly a beautiful one to visit in December, as the snow-covered city looks even more delightful if you get to see it in its best possible light. The city is fairly traditional, and as such, it is best to keep your clothing simple. You’ll want to make sure not to wear bright red, bright green, or bright yellow clothes, so you can avoid possibly getting the wrong attention from the locals, who seem to be a bit more sensitive about their city’s appearance. The Christmas market during the holiday still is a delight, with its sights and sounds, along with the traditional foods that seem to be popular during the time of year.

It’s no secret that Christmas is a time of year when most of us want to unwind from our daily grinds and eat lots of chocolate. But if you’re looking to get in a little exercise, there’s no better place than Salzburg, Austria. Many people choose to visit during the Christmas season for more reasons than one. According to Lonely Planet, “Every December, locals in this picturesque town dress up in horned masks, pelts, and bells, and chase spectators along the street while they sing carols. This tradition dates back to the Middle Ages when Krampus was depicted as a horned devil who would punish disobedient children by dropping them over the edge of a cliff.

Ben Williams

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