Tag Archives: Christmas

5 Unusual Christmas getaways (destinations you may not have thought about)

We all know how stunning the European Christmas markets are and how lovely Christmas in Canada can be. But how often do we think of less obvious destinations that are just as – if not more – festive as the popular December holiday spots?  If you’re looking for a unique Christmas trip, it may be time […]

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10 Best winter vacations for families (sun, snow, and sand)

Winter vacations are some of the most thrilling travel experiences to share with your family. Jet-setting during the winter will give you a unique way to spend time together. The colder seasons bring us crackling fires, sweet hot chocolate, cosy sweaters and, of course, plenty of snow sports. However, if snowy weather is not your […]

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10 traditional Christmas markets in Belgium, creating the most festive holiday!

If you find yourself in Belgium during Christmas time, you simply have to try the country’s multicultural indoor and outdoor Christmas markets. Although a small-sized country, almost all the cities within it festively celebrate Christmas, attracting droves of visitors.  Due to Belgium being a major holdfast of the Flemish culture, as well as the French, […]

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The 5 best things about Europe at Christmas time

The magic of Christmas in Europe brings about an abundance of fantastic things to do, things to taste and things to see! From white, fluffy snow in the Swiss Alps, to sipping on Belgian hot chocolate at a roadside café or, wandering through a Christmas Market in Germany. Europe is the one continent where you […]

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Exploring Bruges over the festive season

Bruges over the festive season is a sight to behold. As one of the best-preserved medieval cities throughout the world, this popular Belgian destination is one of the best places to enjoy the true fairytale essence of a European Christmas. Known as the ‘Venice of the North’, Bruges boasts a wide array of well-preserved medieval […]

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