Tuesday, 31 March 2009

Only 269 shopping days left 'til Christmas 2009!

It may seem a little early to be planning for Christmas when we haven't even had Easter yet, but now could be just the time, if you want to combine your Christmas shopping with a pre-Christmas break abroad.

If that idea appeals to you, you could do a lot worse than check out the following.

Prague Christmas markets ~ 28 November 2009-01 January 2010
Prague Christmas markets run daily throughout December. A 'winter wonderland' awaits, as visitors come to soak up the atmosphere, browse the stalls and enjoy Christmas carols, warm food and hot wine.

Christmas in New York City
Holiday Lights ... Fabulous Broadway Theatre ... World-Famous Restaurants. Enjoy New York City featuring accommodations at the core of the Big Apple's holiday celebration ... and at special prices!

New York City Sightseeing, Attractions and Tours: NYC Holiday LightsThe Rockefeller Centre Christmas Tree ... fabulous store window displays ... Radio City Music Hall Christmas Spectacular ... the Lighting of the World's Largest Menorah ... Grand Central Terminal's Holiday Laser Light Show ... New York City Vacation Packages will plan your special Christmas holiday vacation ... with superb accommodations, perhaps a Broadway show or tickets to the Radio City Christmas Spectacular, dining reservations, sightseeing ... everything you need to experience the most wonderful time of the year.

German Christmas Markets

The magic of traditional German Christmas Markets is casting more visitors under its spell every year. Historic Christmas Markets, held in cities, towns and villages throughout the country, are becoming increasingly more popular, due, no doubt, to the enchanting Festive Season atmosphere they evoke.

The Christmas fairs and markets of Germany are unique. If you're tired of commercialism taking over this holiday period and would like to get right away for a real traditional and romantic Christmas Market you might want to consider heading to Germany where gifts are not mass-produced but craftwork of real quality.

Lapland 2009

Doesn’t Lapland sound like a festive fairytale?

Away back during the Middle Ages Lapland was better known as No-Man’s Land, but should you venture to Lapland for the holidays, it boasts several national parks worth visiting. Abisko, Muddus, Sarek and Stora Sjofallet are among many of the gorgeous parks in this unique country.

Vacationers can expect to visit Santa Claus and families get to visit Santa in his log cabin home, rather than in a busy shopping centre. Rides in wooden sleighs, hot drinks made of Arctic berries, scavenger hunts for reindeer tracks and sumptuous Lapland cuisine are among many of the treats in store for your family in Lapland this Christmas.


Mataeus said...

Just for a moment I thought it said PLAGUE Christmas markets.... Doh!

Anonymous said...

As many of Musicals lovers I LOVE the Radio City Christmas Spectacular! It is my favourite ever... Last year I’ve been in NY & I tried to get my ticket …guess what everything was sold out that show how great the show is. Anyhow I end up getting it from a site through Ticketsinventory.com. I’m planning to see it again this so I will just get tickets from the same place

So I'll be analyzing as well as enjoying the show.