Hey Divas,

It’s yet another beautiful Christmas. No doubt about it we all love the holidays that comes with it. All over the world Christmas celebrations are brewing, but if you happen to live in one of these places to celebrate Christmas, then you are probably enjoying the holiday a little bit more than the rest of us.

Even the greatest of grinches has to admit that these 6 cities, with their sparkle and cheer, can make the heart grow three sizes larger. Here, the best places to spend Christmas…

  • Cologne, Germany

Nothing embodies old-world yuletide charm like the Christmas market, and nobody takes Christmas markets more seriously than the Germans. With the Cologne drawing four million visitors each winter, enjoy the serene sight of the lights and the people of the Cologne Cathedral Christmas market.

Cologne Cathedral

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  • Bath, England

Bath offers an 18-day long, Christmas market which has over 170 stalls all selling British handmade items in a beautiful setting. When you’ve done enough shopping, head for the ice rink or take a tour of the Roman Baths, or watch a performance at the Theatre Royal.

Bath English

  • Santa Claus Village Finland

When too much Santa is never enough, rug up and head north to Finland’s Arctic Circle. Still, the deep wintertime snow and reindeer-dotted forests go a long way toward off setting the touristy atmosphere, though there’s an amusement park called Santa Park not far from the village.

Santa Claus Village Finland

  • Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Why not switch up traditions by enjoying an icy caipirinha on one of Rio’s stunning beaches? Also, don’t miss out on festivals which features the world’s largest display of full-sized nativity scenes with views of the world’s largest floating Christmas tree from every angle as you cruise.

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

  •  Calabar Festival, Nigeria

Tagged as Africa’s Biggest Street Party”, Calabar Festival was created as part of the vision of making the Cross River State in Nigeria. It has become the number one tourist destination for Nigerians and tourists all over the world. The carnival begins every 1st December and lasts till the 31st of  December.

Calabar Carnival

  • Copenhagen, Denmark

According to the World Happiness Report, Denmark is one of the world’s happiest countries, making it a great place to spend the holidays. Antique amusement park rides decorated with lights are surrounded by yet another adorable, alpine-village style Christmas market selling gifts and snacks.

Copenhagen, Denmark

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