10 Towns That Do Christmas Better Than Yours

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The gingerbread houses of this old German town give Leavenworth the old world Weihnachtsmarkt feel—but with the breathtaking backdrop of snow-covered Cascades. To really make it shine, the town goes all out with half a million lights, which get turned on at the annual Christmas Lighting Ceremony.






With a “HoliDazzle” event, lights and a Polar Express train ride, this high mountain Christmas town in the Old West invites skiers and holiday revelers to celebrate all month long.







What this Southern California town lacks in snow caps and icicles it makes up for with lights: light boats traveling around Balboa Island’s canals, lights on the fancy homes on the island, lights on its expansive boat house. Put on your flip-flops, and take it all in!







With a name like Bethlehem, you’d better pull out all the stops for Christmas. Located thousands of miles from the deserts of the Holy Land, this snowy town dubbed “Christmas City, U.S.A.” goes all out to keep Christ in Christmas and big business out.







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