Five best places to spend Christmas
TD Team | 05 May 2021
Take the stress away and let us take care of organising Christmas this year! Make Christmas 2021 memorable and experience the festive season in a new destination. Check out our selection of Christmas getaways and discover the best places to celebrate Christmas, the most wonderful time of the year.
1. Christmas in Ireland
Take a festive break in Ireland and spend Christmas in either Galway, Cork, or Belfast on a relaxing 3-night break. We’ll see the main highlights of each city with a panoramic tour. Explore the Connemara region in Galway, visit Blarney Castle on the Cork tour and visit the Botanic Garden in Belfast on Saint Stephen’s Day.
2. Christmas in Lake Garda
While Lake Garda is renowned for its magnificent landscape, it also has a rich culture and intriguing history. History enthusiasts will enjoy exploring the quaint medieval villages that dot the lake. One of highlights of our Lake Garda holiday is there are many attractions of both historical and cultural significance to visit in the region, such as Venice and Verona. Enjoy Christmas in Italy’s largest lake and experience Italian hospitality.
3. Christmas in Austria
Experience a magical Christmas in Austria surrounded by the stunning Austrian Alps. Take a horse drawn sleigh ride through Walchsee and explore the scenic mountain region of “Kaisergebirge”. Visit the scenic city of Salzburg, famous for being the birthplace of Mozart and the setting for the ‘Sound of Music'. It has a stunning Alpine backdrop and you’ll see some of Salzburg’s best attractions, like the Hohensalzburg Fortress or traditional coffee houses.
4. Christmas in Tuscany
Tuscany is regarded as the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance and you can celebrate Christmas in the pretty spa town of Montecatini with its picturesque winter scenery. Highlights of our holiday in Tuscany also include guided excursions to Siena, Florence and Pisa.
5. Christmas in Tenerife
With pleasant weather all year round a break in Tenerife is the perfect escape for this Christmas ; it combines sun, scenery and fantastic beaches. Visitors can either hike or take a cable car to Mount Teide, the third biggest volcano in the whole world. The volcano is located in Teide National Park, which was named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2007.
Now you have some inspiration for some Christmas holiday destinations, you can start dreaming of your next festive getaway. If you want to stay close to home for Christmas, then why not check out our Christmas Market Breaks, it’s perfect for a short getaway to discover a new city and buy some gifts for your loved ones.
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