Christmas Destinations To Travel This December 2022

1. Sometimes the best place to be is nowhere to be found, at Alpine Dream, Slovenia

Europe’s most stunning caves, There are more than 10,000 caves in Slovenia. The best known, Postojna, runs for around 20 kilometres and World Heritage-listed Krizna Jama Cave has a reputation as one of Europe’s underground natural wonders

From @piet_flosse

2. Come to France & Explore Mont Saint-Michel

Mont Saint-Michel inspired Joan of Arc to victory, When news of the island’s stand against the English reached a young peasant girl in Orléans, south-west of Paris, the tide would turn against England in the Hundred Years’ War. That girl was Joan of Arc, and so inspired was she at the story of resistance at Mont St Michel, she would help recapture France from the English

From @hobopeeba

3. Who else is looking forward to spending Christmas in Disneyland Hong Kong?

Did you know that Hong Kong Disneyland was the first Disneyland ever in Asia?

From @c.t.h_hk

4. We are capturing dancing aurora by the iconic Kirkjufell

Grundarfjordur‘s beautiful Kirkjufell (Church Mountain) is said to be the most photographed mountain in Iceland. Its isolated position, 463 meters (1.519 feet) above sea level and jutting out into the sea, makes it a focal point for visitors and locals alike. The colors of the mountain change every season, from summer greens to winter whites. Thus, you’ll always get a new perspective on this majestic mountain

From @gianluigi.palomba

5. One the most photogenic city in the world; Bruges, Belgium

It has more CASTLES than any other country, There are more castles per square inch than any other country in the world. About 50 of the 470 castles in the Flanders region are based around Bruges

From @jusanders23

6. The world is Sparkling and Shining for Christmas, at Julmarknad in Gamla Stan

The Christmas market in Gamla Stan is Sweden's oldest Christmas market, dating back to the Middle Ages, and has been organized since 1915 by Stockholms-Gillet, which is a non-profit association whose tasks are, for example, to keep the city's traditions alive

From @jithu_m_baiju

7. Where have you ben all my life

Do you know that big Ben is the nickname for the Great Bell of the Great Clock of Westminster at the north end of the Palace of Westminster in London, England,and the name is frequently extended to refer also to the clock and the clock tower

From @constantinamoi

8. Mont Saint-Michel at morning with friends. Tag your traveling partner

From @hobopeeba

9. She showing us this wonderful view! At Dubai

From @kasialukaszczuk

10. On a night like this

From @jens.birkeland

11. We are showing you guys the Christmas lights in Barcelona

Barcelona in December is an unbeatable destination to escape the winter cold. It might not be beach weather in Barcelona in December, but it's warm enough to walk around without boots and a parka

From @monica_marsal

12. She taking us on a day exploring the city of Lisbon

Lisbon is the oldest city in Western Europe. In fact, only Athens is estimated older if you look at Europe as a whole


Praça do Comércio

Arcadas do Arco da Rua Augusta

Arco da Rua Augusta

Estação do Rossio

Elevador de Santa Justa

Ponte 25 de Abril (coordinates of the exact place: 38,69810° N, 9,17930° W)

From @saraveigaa

13. Today we showing you guys autumn this Sunday morning at Vancouver B.C

From @tampss

14. Always and forever our favorite restaurant

Ai Barbacani is a historic place in Venice. It was once an ancient coal depot. Its exposed beams testify to this, which today leads the guest to a romantic experience

From @niiginaomari

15. Casa Batlló magnificent show

Casa Batlló is a building in the center of Barcelona. It was designed by Antoni Gaudí, and is considered one of his masterpieces. A remodel of a previously built house, it was redesigned in 1904 by Gaudí and has been refurbished several times after that

From @barcelonainspira

16. Christmas decorations and markets

Copenhagen is very classical in some ways, when it comes to Christmas and traditions. Is it really Christmas in Copenhagen without a skate on the ice rinks by Frederiksberg Gardens? Or a wintery stroll around Tivoli with some homemade æbleskiver and a gløgg? During December in in the city you'll see copenhageners towing Christmas trees on their bikes, light-clad kayaks paddling about the canals and packs of people waiting in line at specialty shops to bring home the tastiest of Christmas treats

From @denmarkbyriham

17. Christmas preparation in NYC is the best

The Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lives On After the Holidays, It’s always sad to see the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree being taken down, but its purpose goes beyond the holidays. The tree was first recycled in 1971, providing roughly 30 bags of mulch that was spread across nature trails around the city. Over the years, it has also provided resources for several projects: in 2005, for example, Habitat for Humanity used the wood to make door frames for houses for the needy, and two years later, the tree was used to build houses in New Orleans for those affected by Hurricane Katrina


18. Christmas season has begun in Sydney, Australia

Christmas Starts Early in Australia, The Christmas season starts quite early in Australia! Usually, the decorations start going up in shops around late-October. This is partially because there are no other major holidays or events in Australia in the lead-up to Christmas, such as Thanksgiving in the USA

From @matt.lambley

19. Come and eat, drink, and find the best Christmas gifts at the cosy Christmas market located right next to the ice rink, at Museumplein, 1071 DJ Amsterdam, Netherlands

A 3-min walk from the Van Gogh Museum

From @amsterdamrehber

20. Meanwhile in Sicily, Italy

Sicily, the largest Mediterranean island, is just off the "toe" of Italy's "boot." Its rich history is reflected in sites like the Valley of the Temples, the well-preserved ruins of 7 monumental, Doric-style Greek temples, and in the Byzantine mosaics at the Cappella Palatina, a former royal chapel in capital city Palermo. On Sicily’s eastern edge is Mount Etna, one of Europe’s highest active volcanoes

From @lasmaplone

21. Nature is my happy place, at North Cascades National Park

Located only about 2-3 hour drive from Seattle and Vancouver, North Cascades National Park is the perfect day trip if you want a family friendly getaway in nature

There are many short and paved walks, view points and boating activities in North Cascades that make a visit enjoyable for people of all activity levels and interest. There are also short moderate hikes if you do feel like hiking in North Cascades especially to see beautiful lakes with mountain drops

From @silvia_benabe

22. Never met a canal I didn’t like

Amsterdam has the highest museum density in the world, There are over 90 museums in Amsterdam, giving it the highest museum density of any city in the world. If you’re unsure what museums you might want to visit in Amsterdam with so much choice, there are some that are generally considered the best museums in Amsterdam, such as the Van Gogh Museum and The Rijksmuseum of art and artefacts. There are also some quirky museums such as the Moco Museum of subversive art. One of the quirkiest is The Cat Cabinet – a museum all about cats, complete with cat art, cat sculptures, and even resident cats

From @simon_amste

23. The Most Magical Christmas Markets in Hamburg, Germany

Hamburg has a lot to offer, with its many art museums and vibrant neighborhoods showcasing 19th-century architecture

From @daynightphotography

24. This is your sign to go play in the rain in Milford Sound

Milford Sound is home to some of the most impressive waterfalls on earth. On a boat trip you can even get up close and personal with them. Visit on a rainy day to see the steep mountain faces covered in literally hundreds of temporary waterfalls, it's a truly magnificent sight

From @joe.canham

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