From every corner of the globe, here are the cities that do Christmas the best!
Galeries Lafayette Christmas tree, Paris, France
Seven weeks before the big day, American actress Jessica Chastain was given the honour of lighting the 35-metre tree that lies in the heart of Galeries Lafayette’s central court. This year's theme is green and gold glitter and is sponsored by luxury watchmaker Piaget. Millions have already gathered to admire its beauty, along with the imaginary creatures that hang from the ceiling.
Last year's theme was 'Spectacular, Spectacular,' like the movie, and the tree was created from inflatable candy and doughnuts.
Old Town Square Christmas tree, Prague, Czech Republic
Towering more than 22 metres above Prague's old city, this year's Christmas tree— which was transported from the forests of the Liberec region— is arguably the most beautiful yet. Dressed with red and silver baubles, the tree's lights are switched on every afternoon from 4:30 pm.
Sitting in the centre of the Old Town Square, hundreds of brightly decorated markets are stocked with traditional holiday treats, wooden toys, puppets, embroidered lace and Christmas tree ornaments. Holiday music is played in the evenings to get locals and visitors into the Christmas spirit.
Monte Ingino Christmas tree, Gubbio, Italy
Rockefeller Center Christmas tree, New York, USA
Celebrating the holidays in the snowy Big Apple is at the top of most people's bucket list. Each year, 125 million people gather from far and wide to watch the lighting of the world-famous Rockefeller Christmas Tree.
This year's tree is 22 metres high and weighs in at a whopping 12 tons. And that's not including the 400-kilogram Swarovski crystal star that sits on top! Bursting with 50,000 multicoloured LED lights, the 72-year-old tree was donated by a generous NYC family and will remain lit and on display until January 7.
For wintertime visitors, ice skating below the tree is a must, as is checking out the jaw-dropping window displays in the cities largest department stores.
Universal Studios Christmas tree, Osaka, Japan
The popular amusement park, Universal Studios Japan takes the holiday season very seriously. For three months of the year, as part of 'Wonder Christmas,' the park is filled with festive entertainment, decorations and holiday-themed food trucks that are stocked with local delicacies. This year's highlights include the Hogwarts Magical Night projection show, the daytime Minions Christmas party parade and the award-winning Christmas show "The Gift of Angels III: The Voice of an Angel."
But perhaps, the main attraction is the spectacular tree. For the past seven years, the Universal Illusion Tree has held the Guinness World Record for the "World's Most Illuminated Tree." This year, the tree has 580, 806 lights which change colour every few days.