Christmas markets are a surefire way to kickstart the holiday spirit.
Forget the milk and cookies. Croatia’s far-flung island, Vis, sets fire to a ship for the jolly saint of sailors.
Having been on hiatus due to COVID, Germany’s Christmas markets are back and more festive than ever.
These U.S. cities take the holidays above and beyond with spectacular displays, decorations, and celebrations.
Americans like to joke about fruitcake at Christmastime. But in Dresden, Germans celebrate their stollen with an annual festival, a parade, and the crowning of a Fruitcake Princess.
From travel-inspired presents to culinary-themed gifts that take your taste buds far away—these items will inspire, excite, and delight any recipient.
Europe’s most unique and untraditional Christmas markets give the definition of holiday spirit a new meaning.
One civilian has herself a merry little Christmas in Antarctica with the Coast Guard.
How the Colonel’s secret KFC recipe turned into a nationwide tradition in Japan is as enchanting as any traditional Christmas tale.
Its creation 20 years ago is rooted in a love story–and then history happens.