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Top 5 Travel Articles in December 2008

Monday, January 19th, 2009

1. Celebrating Christmas in Italy

A blog post for travelers curious about how Italy celebrates Christmas and planning a trip to Rome or Naples during the festive season. Check out what are the most beautiful Christmas native scenes to see, the greatest Christmas markets to visit and the best traditional Christmas food to sample in Italy during the winter holidays season.

2. Swedish Christmas Recipes

A blog post on Swedish Christmas food for cooking fans who want to celebrate the holiday season in traditional Scandinavian style: three Swedish Christmas recipes to try during winter holidays in Sweden, including Potatis Korv (Sweden Christmas Sausage), Ham a la cajsa warg (Swedish Ham) and Swedish Cabbage Pudding.

3. New Year’s Eve in London

A blog post on how to celebrate the new year in London. For a romantic gateway with your loved one, have dinner at one of London’s finest restaurants and enjoy a Medieval banquet at the Ivory House. And if you are on a family stay in London, go ice skating and shopping at the London Christmas Fair, take a river cruise down the Thames and see London fireworks.

4. New Year’s Eve in Paris

A blog post on the best things to do when celebrating the New Year in Paris.  Recommended attractions include the Moulin Rouge – one the most famous cabaret shows in Paris, partying, playing with firecrackers and seeing fireworks displays in the streets, and having a festive dinner with foie gras and champagne at a Paris brasserie.

5. Christmas in Spain

A blog post on the best Christmas markets in Spain for travelers planning to celebrate the festive season in the Iberian peninsula.  The Spanish Christmas markets reviewed in this article include Plaza Mayor Christmas Fair in Madrid, the Feria de Santa Lucia in Barcelona, and more family-friendly attractions and Christmas shopping spots in Andalusia.

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