Where are the best places to go away for Christmas?
For some people, Christmas is the perfect time of year for an adventure. Perhaps you’re hoping for a city break to do some shopping and seasonal theatre, or a short break with snow and scenery.
We’ve searched the Trips100 community of UK travel bloggers to come up with some fabulous Christmas get away ideas. So what are you waiting for?
Christmas in Copenhagen
Ladies What Travel have a fabulous write-up of seasonal adventures in Copenhagen. There are loads of museums, picture perfect squares lined with cafes and amusements, and fantastic food. What’s not to love? Check out their full review here.
Christmas in Paris
Over at On the Luce, we loved reading about these nine things to do in Paris at Christmas. It’s the perfect destination for a glamorous city break. The city of lights is extra-sparkly at this time of year. Each of the city’s districts has special festive events, from Christmas markets to outdoor ice rings and vintage fun fairs.
Christmas in the Caribbean
Fancy jetting away to somewhere hot and sunny this Christmas? Zen Baby has a fabulous write-up sharing all the pros and cons of Christmas in the Caribbean resort of Nevis.
Christmas in Colombia
Fancy somewhere really different this December? The Colombian city of Medellin is famous for its festive River of Light, with 37 million lights spread around 100 locations. It’s a true spectacle, and there are some fabulous photos over at Man Vs World.
Christmas in Loch Lomond
A little closer to home, Curious Pixie explored the shores of Loch Lomond in Scotland last Christmas. Check out Sima’s post for some gorgeous photos that are bound to get you feeling festive.
Christmas in London
Monica at The Travel Hack has pulled together this fabulous post giving you tips on all the best things to do in London during the festive season. Think Hogwarts in the Snow, Winter Wonderland and Kew Gardens. And that’s just for starters.
Christmas in Lapland
Spending the festive season in Lapland isn’t just about seeing the big guy in the red suit. The Five Adventurers has a super inspiring post sharing the eight best Lapland activities – none of which include Father Christmas!