Having Christmas on the way, we give you the 9 most Christmassy towns in America.
Woodstock, Vt.: A Historic Festival in a Picturesque Town
This city is known for this time of year to receive a festival – Wassail Weekend – preceding Christmas, and that brings us to the last century 19 and the Norse culture and traditions.
Wassail Weekend brings to the city a parade of more than 50 horses and riders, wagon and sleigh rides, the wassail feast and tours around the city and monuments.
In the city, it’s possible to start or keep the christmas shopping throughout the destival, because the shops stay open late, with atractive window displays
It’s everything you imagine Christmas to be!
Los Angeles: Fiesta on Olvera Street
Here in Los Angels, is celebrate a version of the celebration “Las Posadas” in Mexico or Guatemala. In this countries, nine days before de Christmas, a traditional celebration depicts a pilgrimage that reenacts the Christmas Eve journey of Mary and Joseph.
The version in Los Angeles, is celebrate on Olvera Street and i followed by , a lot of people and the processions start at Avila Adobe at 7.30 P.M.
Pigeon Forge, Tenn.: There’s a Christmas Place for Us
The Inn at Christmas palace, a four-star hotel in Pigeon Force, Tenn is a place that you can visit in this season. The hotel is know for its Christmas decorations and activities preceding the big holiday.
In addition, you can also visit the largest Christmas store – Christmas place – the American South’s largest Christmas store.
Frankenmuth, Mich.: A Big Store in ‘Little Bavaria’
In Frankenmuth, Mich, a town of fewer than 5,000 residents and nicknamed “The Little Bavaria”, is know for the architecture style – Franconian.
In this city you can visit Bronner’s Christmas Wonderland, the self-billed “world’s largest Christmas store.” Opened in 1945, takes in more than 2 million people each year.
Solvang, Calif.: A Very Scandinavian Christmas
The Solvang city in South of California, is a city that continues to celebrate its Scandinavian roots. Referred to as the Danish capital of America, Solvang observes Julefest every year to mark the Christmas season.
The city is decorated with bright lights , where happens a lot of Danish activities, like Danish folk dancers, music . The festivities get under way with a tree lighting at city hall.
Santa Claus, Ind.: Your Holiday One-Stop Shop
Santa Claus, Ind is a city billed as “America’s Christmas Hometown,”. According to the town’s website, the name´s city have origins in stories . One such story refers to a child who suggested the name of a city hall meeting . The other is that at some point it was discovered that there were two cities known to Santa Fe , and the residents eventually change the name to Santa Claus .
Because of its name, this town is known for receiving letters / emails intended for Father Christmas .
McAdenville, N.C.: Christmas Town, USA
McAdenville , a tiny textile town, is know all years as Christmas Town of USA. During 26 days, the city is lit for more than 375 decorated trees, but not just this that makes the town , the Christmas Town of USA.
More than 200 wreaths are fastened to lampposts throughout town, and in the city we also find a life-size Nativity set, a display of Santa and his reindeer, and the lake’s fountain gleams under a colorful light show.
It’s a complete Christmas experience that attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors every year
New York City: Big City, Even Bigger Christmas Celebration
Rockefeller Center , Bryant park winter wonderland , and the unbeliveble performances of the Radio City Rockettes and the Nutcracker ballet troupe are are some of the attractions of this city , at this time of year.
Beyond all the lighting and decor Christmas gift this city always has a good excuse for the traditional Christmas shopping .
Washington: A Capitol Christmas
Every year since 1923, at this season of the year, christmas lighting of america’s tree brightens the city. Over the years, the tree has been placed in different locations, including the White House. However, since 1954, the decor and Christmas lighting has happened on the Ellipse.