It doesn't matter if you enjoy spending your winter #Holidays at home, someplace warm, or at a favorite destination spot. One thing that is clear, you want to experience Christmas under the bright lights with all the traditions and festivities that the holiday season encompasses without having to spend a lot of money. Consider these three locations for your next Christmas vacation.

Charleston, South Carolina

There certainly is a great deal more to this charming southern city than just its colorful history. Over the years, Charleston has grown to become a major contender in the culinary arts. For anyone who is planning to visit the city should look into the historic Elliott House Inn for accommodations.

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This beautiful 1861 bed & breakfast inn is situated beneath centuries-old oaks, offering guests elegance within an old-world setting. Charleston is home to a number of outstanding restaurants and cafes serving traditional as well as unique dishes which include caviar on fried green tomatoes.

Santa Fe, New Mexico

Set within the foothills of New Mexico's famed Sangre de Cristo Mountains lies the city of Santa Fe. The city is known for its culture and history. Possibly the most visited area in the city is the historic Guadalupe District. A variety of hotels, restaurants and shops are located within the plaza. Among the most well-known hotels is the Hotel Santa Fe, owned by Native Americans. The plaza is just a brief stroll from the hotel where Native American art and handcrafted jewelry can be purchased.

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The community boasts a vibrant art scene along with several art galleries as well as museums showcasing Hispanic art, culture, and history.

Barnstable, Massachusetts

Visitors can experience the magic of the holiday season in the town of Barnstable, Massachusetts. Located on Cape Cod, tourists can witness the spirit of Christmas come to life. It is a magical place where the present and past exist together, presenting a unique charm all of its own. People can stroll along the seashore, explore the area around the harbor, observe the lighthouses or possibly enjoy a magnificent sunset over Cape Cod. The town comes alive during the Christmas season with ongoing celebrations and carolers singing their hearts out. The harbor lights can be seen decorated in all their glory while fairs and parades entertain the crowd. It truly is a fun celebration in which the whole family can participate in. #Fall #Travel