It’s Christmas time…and the Christmas fever season is officially opened! It’s time for the gift-wrapping madness, flashy streets, Christmas and New Year’s resolutions, loud music, ginger- cinnamon cakes, family and friends gatherings. But also, we all sum up the ups and downs, successes and failures, tears and smiles. It`s time for new promises, new ideas and the well-known optimistic approach ‘Everything will be much better’ dances in the air as one of rare snow flakes.
For this reason, I think the best possible idea is to travel somewhere – anywhere at all in order to spend quality time together with your loved ones. It feels good to do something different, changes are always welcomed and an ocean of amazing Christmas getaways awaits. Pick any of them, let yourself into the charms of Christmas fever and, as one of my favourite songs says – Everywhere you go, always take the weather with you…
There are loads of fantastic Christmas breaks. One of my favourites is surely the Christmas Market breaks. What do you get? Memories for a lifetime, traditional presents, maybe a few new friends. Overall, it’s a great opportunity to immerse into the holiday magic and spirit in other countries, explore Europe’s traditional holiday markets, or even buy a last minute gift!
If you ask my husband, skiing is the perfect recipe for an idyllic Christmas family holiday. I agree, there are fabulous ski resorts and centres settled in picturesque scenery. On the other hand, skiing is good for your health. But,…there’s always a but…I hate skiing, and all those ski freaks. I feel more comfortable in warm-weather destinations, in sunbathed hideaways, with an exotic tropical drink in one hand and a relaxing book in other. Aloha!
If you take a look at our Christmas travel prospects, you can spot one interesting offer – Instagenic travels. In brief, if you are both an Instagram and travel fan, there are loads of places around the world to travel and take awesome Christmas inspired selfies for your Instagram profile.
A famous quote says – ‘There’s no place like home for holidays…”. True, but, why don’t you try something different. We all need a break and Christmas time can be the very best time for a quick and relaxing vacation.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!