If you are longing to get away with the family this Christmas, but want to keep things as festive as possible, you are in luck. There are lots of cool wintery options to choose from. Read on to find out more.
So the first place you can take the kiddos this Christmas time is Disneyland Paris. Not only will they have the pleasure of all the usual rides and attractions. But from the 11th of November, the park is decorated to resemble a winter wonderland. That means you can get your Christmas Disney fix early, and still spend the big day at home if you prefer?
Or maybe you’d like to make a change and spend the day itself in the park? That’s possible too. In fact, many of the hotels and restaurants offer a Christmas dinners. The parade every night is also Christmas themed.
If you are thinking of visiting the park more than once in a year period, then it can be cost effective to get a season ticket. But you must check that the dates you want to be there are included in the ticket price before you buy. You can get some more information on their website.
If you are more into wearing the kids out, so you can get a bit of rest, why not take the skiing? There are some amazing ski resorts all over the world including America, Asia, and Canada.
One of the most popular locations around Christmas time is Whistler in Canada. The snowfall is good, and there is a variety of route from baby slopes all the way up to black runs. So it will suit any level of skier.
If you need to brush up on your skiing a bit before attempting any of these runs, you can also get some lessons to help you on your way.
You can also do other winter activities like ice skating or relax in the evening with some apres ski at the ice bar.
If you enjoy skiing but, you want something little a little more luxurious then why not try something like a catered luxury chalet in France? Not only is the accommodation to die for and your meals catered to a high standard. But they also feed the kids their evening meal early. This means you get to enjoy your meal later, with adult conversation while the kids are playing, or if they have had a particularly busy day, gone to bed. Perfect for getting a balance between time with the kids and time with the grown ups.
If what you are looking for is a trip that will get everyone’s a festive mood, then why not visit one of the European Christmas markets. These are particularly popular in Germany and consists of many stalls and rides for the kids.
You can get a head start on your Christmas shopping by looking for gifts. Or, just soak up the holiday atmosphere as you drink gluhwein, and eat bratwurst, while you take in all the Christmas lights.