With Christmas around the corner, the city is all decked up with beautiful lights, gleaming stars, and incredibly unique Christmas trees. Be it pine or fir, each household has its own tradition of decorating its Christmas tree. In case you are looking for some serious Christmas tree decor ideas inspiration this year, here is a list of 5 of the most beautiful Christmas trees that’ll blow your mind.
1. Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree, New York, USA
Visiting a city that never sleeps in itself is a great thing to do this Christmas. But, you have more reasons to visit NY for its amazing Christmas tree exhibit in the Rockefeller Center. The tree is about 70 to 100 feet tall and is decorated with string lights making it one of the most adorable Christmas trees in the world.
Which plaza in Manhattan hosts one of the most beautiful Christmas trees in the world?
- A. Rockefeller Plaza
- B. Flatiron Plaza
- C. Plaza 33
- D. Louise Nevelson Plaza
2. Floating Christmas Tree, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
A Christmas tree that’ll make jaws drop. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, takes pride in hosting the largest floating Christmas tree in the world. With around 200,000 visitors everyday during the holiday season, it is a spectacular sight to look at the tree when it is lit.
3. Sand Christmas Tree, Florida, USA
An innovative sand Christmas tree built beautifully stands like a piece of art in the West Palm beaches of Florida. The 700-ton sand tree is a visual treat to all the visitors to the beach during the holiday season.
4. Mount Ingino Tree, Gubbio, Italy
Unlike every other Christmas tree in the world, Gubbio, Italy’s tree is all about lights illuminated in the shape of a Christmas tree. Mount Ingino is lit up every Christmas season to a distance of 50 kms from the base of the mountain to form a Christmas tree.
5. Lisbon Christmas Tree, Lisbon, Portugal
Considered the largest Christmas tree in Europe, Lisbon erects a magnanimous artificial tree every year during the holiday season. The height of the tree varies each year, being its tallest in 2005 with 249 ft.