This medieval town is a picture-perfect scene at Christmastime, with its half-timbered houses, cobblestone streets, and festive decorations. Be sure to visit the Käthe Wohlfahrt Christmas Shop, the world's largest Christmas store!
This Alsatian town is known for its charming canals and Christmas markets, among the most famous in Europe. Sample a traditional slice of "Bredele" (Christmas cookies) and sip on a warm cup of "vin chaud" (mulled wine) as you soak up the festive atmosphere.
This Bavarian-themed village in the Cascade Mountains transforms into a winter wonderland at Christmastime. Enjoy traditional German food, listen to carolers, and browse the shops for unique Christmas ornaments and gifts.
This UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to traditional gassho-style farmhouses, which are illuminated with thousands of lights during the Christmas season. Take a walk through the snow-covered village and experience the magic of a Japanese Christmas.
This ski resort village is nestled in the heart of the Swiss Alps and offers stunning views of the Matterhorn. Enjoy a romantic sleigh ride through the snow-covered landscape or relax in a cozy chalet with a mug of hot chocolate.