Shiny decorated Christmas trees are always a big part of the holiday tradition.
Many cities around the world are displaying tall and eye catching Christmas trees.
From NYC, through Rome to Singapore, check out the most amazing Christmas trees to find this holiday.
1. New York City, USA
The tree at Rockefeller Center is one of the most famous trees in the world, decorated with more than 50,000 LED lights.
2. Budapest, Hungary
This mesmerizing winter wonderland at the St. Steven Basilica in Budapest attracts about 700,000 visitors every Christmas.
3. Moscow, Russia
Moscow's 55-foot tree on display at the snowy Manezh square.
4. Orchard Road, Singapore
There is no snow in Singapore, but that doesn’t mean that it can’t turn into a winter wonderland around the holidays. Orchard Road is particularly spectacular - for two miles it boasts majestic arches, millions of glittering lights, and a giant Christmas tree.
5. Brussels, Belgium
This tree outside the Brussels Grande Place, traditionally taken from the Ardennes forest, gives blue Christmas a whole new meaning.
6. Prague, Czech Republic
Prague's Old Town square shines bright during the holidays, thanks to its enormous tree, which was brought in from Pecka, a town northeast of the city.
7. Tallinn, Estonia
The first Christmas tree at the Town Hall Square of Tallinn, was on display at the year of 1441, and is thought be the first Christmas tree ever in Europe.
8. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
This futuristic, 280-foot Christmas tree floating in the middle of the Rodrigo de Freitas lagoon, is illuminated every night during the holiday season. It's also in the Guinness Book of Records as the largest floating tree in the world.
9. Frankfurt, Germany
Frankfurt’s Christmas market is Germany’s most famous, with the magical tree always playing a big part.
10. Rome, Italy
Standing in front of Rome’s famous Colosseum is the city’s biggest Christmas tree.
11. Strasbourg, France
Strasbourg's first Christmas market ever is said to have taken place in 1570, and people have been celebrating the holidays in the square ever since.