Orthodox Christmas is one of the most important holidays for many people in Eastern Europe, Africa, and Asia. Here's a guide on the history and traditions.
What is the Christmas tree history? Where did this now ubiquitous and synonymous symbol of Christmas originate? We answer these questions in this post.
One of the greatest things about the cold winter season is attending a festive holiday market. Here is our list of the best Christmas markets in the world.
Bulgarians have some great traditions, and the pre-Christmas Koleduvane is certainly one of them, a mix of pagan rituals and Christian symbols.
Here are 12 alternative Christmas markets that should satisfy the tastes of even the most jaded Scrooge, from Dubai to the United Kingdom and farther.
Nikulden is the Bulgarian version of St. Nick's Day. Read more about the legends, traditions, and customs of this holiday in this post!
Bethan takes a look at five very different places to enjoy the Christmas and holiday season from all around the world, including Paris & NYC.
This handy infographic gives some interesting numbers and facts about the history and progression of the Christmas market tradition in Europe.
This handy infographic illustrates a chosen 12 markets of Christmas, six with a traditional slant and six more quirky options.
A traditional Swedish Christmas is not complete without julbord, a holiday variation of the quintessential Smörgåsbord buffet-style meal in Sweden.