Top 10 Christmas holidays in the world
And the magical first runner for Christmas is…look Prague getting Christmas okay? Some would say Prague is forever Christmas with its cobbled streets, quaint city buildings and twinkling lights. Do you dream of a white Christmas? Prague might be the place – December temperatures are often below freezing, so snow is always possible! In fact, here’s what you should pack if you’re heading out on a winter trip. Prague’s Christmas markets are exceptional, with the main ones taking place in Wenceslas Square and Old Town Square (just a 5-minute walk from each other). On the Old Town Square, you’ll also find a wonderful Christmas tree – from the forests of the Liberec region of the Czech Republic, of course. The lights turn on at 4.30pm every day and it’s a great sight against the stark gothic skyline, making Prague one of the best places to visit in December as well. With so many attractions and events going on, there is always something to do in Prague for Christmas. December often attracts a huge crowd as many of us head out that the Christmas market in Prague is one of the best Christmas markets in Europe! So, plan ahead and try to stay somewhere near the Old Town Square, so you can easily stroll to the Christmas market.