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The holiday season is right around the corner, which means now is the perfect time to start looking for a festive place to celebrate it. So, in order to help you get in the mood, and even give you a few ideas of where you could go, Gaab Travel International has a list of some of the most jaw-dropping Christmas trees from around the world!

Christmas Trees from Around the World 

Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree, New York City, USA

Easily the most famous Christmas tree in the world, this approx. 80 foot beauty adorns Rockefeller Plaza and provides tourists and locals alike with one of the most iconic spectacles of the season.

Cathedral Square Christmas Tree, Vilnius, Lithuania

This metal figure stands tall above this gorgeous Lithuanian city. It lights up Cathedral Square and is the centerpiece of a cheerful Christmas celebration, filled with fireworks, shows, sweet treats and more!

Floating Christmas Tree, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil

Rio knows how to put a show together, and this tree is no exception! Located over lake Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas, this Christmas tree utilizes lights, water and fire to produce a spectacular display like no other.

Mount Ingino Christmas Tree, Gubbio, Italy

This is no ordinary tree! The small town of Gubbio in Italy goes all out each year during the holidays and creates the world’s largest Christmas tree by shaping festive lights on Mount Ingino, which overlooks the city.

Galeries Lafayette Christmas Tree, Paris, France

Paris does it again! The city of lights, love and glamour has a spot in this list because of the marvelous Christmas tree, located inside Galeries Lafayette. At 65 feet tall, it is the highest in-store Christmas tree. 

Tis the Season to Be Traveling!

Do you want to travel during the holiday season? Make sure to come to Gaab Travel International to find out about our discount travel packages to make your dream holiday vacation come true. Contact us at 1-800-279-7478 so we can help you start planning your trip today!

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