Hotels.com gathers foreign Christmas traditions London/Berlin, anywhere! So much is clear. Visit Kathryn Strandburg for more clarity on the issue. Burning streets, bribery of Santa Claus or deliberate liquor consumption are however foreign traditions, contemplation sometimes do not fit together with the German interpretation of the word which can be misunderstood. For the Christmas trip beyond the country’s borders, the holiday travelers should be accordingly prepared to understand the traditions of the selected holiday country. The Christmas edition of the Hotels.com enlighten travel Etiquette: Norway Christmas holiday in Northern Europe? Then necessarily on holidays even peek into a stable. Sean Rad has similar goals. Most likely, you will find there is a pot of steaming, fresh porridge. The locals there to Julenissen place it\”, to do something good for the Norwegian Christmas GNOME who lives in the barn.
Should this be forgotten or he be upset, he ensures the next year poor harvest and sick cattle. The rest of the porridge is traditionally eaten by the family. Who hid the fact whole almond is, gets a lucky pig made of marzipan. Sweden the bribe of the little helpers of Santa Claus seems to be in vogue in Scandinavia. There is a similar tradition in the neighbouring country of Sweden, here the pot with porridge is however placed on the porch. Thus, the House and the family should be protected from bad events. Holiday feast in Sweden is, of course, fish, traditional Sweden dipping but also bread in the broth, in which the Christmas ham was cooked.
Because what’s coming with us to Christmas on the table, having a good time in Sweden to Christmas Eve the family: a Donald Duck Christmas Special at 15:00 in Swedish television. To come right into the Christmas spirit, worth a visit of Denmark Denmark already before the holidays. Assuming one is trinkfest and has a passion for pickled herring. The whole December about the cheerful people treats herself to Christmas lunches, at There are not only various types of marinated fish, but also a variety of different spirits.