If you are not planning to visit your family on Christmas or you just want to change the routine and find new gateways on this holiday. Here’s just what you were looking for. These are our top 5 recommendations for spending Christmas outside the city.
A Huge Christmas Tree
That’s right, our list couldn’t start more dynamic. Since NY is the city that never sleeps is not a surprise that this place would always have something for you and everyone during the Christmas season. For example, the 80th anniversary of the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree, located at Wollman Rink, a public ice rink in the southern part of Central Park, Manhattan. Other events include: the Rockettes’ Radio City Music Spectacular and the Columbus Circle Holiday Market.
London, England, is always a good idea. Especially in Holidays this place offers you beautiful landscapes on winter which positively glows during the holidays. Sprawling Hyde Park features a Winter Wonderland featuring rides, an ice rink, and a circus.
If this isn’t your cup of tea and you are more of a “Potterhead”, we have good news! As you already know London has a Christmas-themed Harry Potter Studio Tour, complete with a Hogwarts Great Hall decked with trees. How does that sound, huh?
Loud Country Christmas
We all know what Nashville Tennessee sounds like, right? If you’re looking for a more creative festivity, Music City won’t disappoint. Groove to Christmas songs at the wide diversity of honky tonks on Broadway and if music is not a priority but nightlife is, you can always choose Pearl Diver, a tropical spot that’ll make you forget that outside is freezing. There is even, an affordable option, because you can get an inexpensive meal of hot chicken at Haddie B’s. One thing’s for sure: Nashville won’t let you down.
Highlights from the Horse Park
Horses reign supreme in Lexington, Kentucky. Horse Park features Kentucky’s largest light festival with four miles of animated holiday-themed scenes. Other highlights include Buffalo Trace Distillery’s annual Lights of the Trace with the Kentucky State University Choir, plus a candlelit distillery tour and Santa visit, as well as Henry Clay’s decoration festooned Ashland estate. Lexington, Kentucky means just one thing in Christmas and that is the Horse Park. A set of the largest light festival of Kentucky featuring animated holiday-themed scenes including Santa. If you want more options there’s Buffalo Trace Distillery’s, a annual Lights of the Trace with the Kentucky State University Choir. Also a candlelit distillery tour along Santa’s visit, and Henry Clay’s decoration festooned Ashland estate.
Beach Brightness of Mexico
Enjoy the charms of Christmas in Cabo, México. This may come as a surprise. But believe when we say it is an amazing opportunity to enjoy both the beauty of paradise and the seasonal festivities. Such as the traditional 12-day Virgin of Guadalupe, the day of the Three Wise Men, as well as the lighted parties at the beach for New Year’s Eve. The beaches light up with bright fireworks, and the streets are full of festivities to celebrate this special day. It doesn’t matter if you see the fireworks from the balcony of the hotel or from the seashore, you will surely feel the joy coming with the tro