Happy HolidaysChristmas is huge across the globe, but especially in Victoria. This area loves Christmas with all the lights and all the decorations. The Parliament Buildings and many other historic buildings will be decorated for the season. Here is a short weekend itinerary to help you enjoy Christmas in Victoria.

Day 1

Start with a walking tour of the Fairmont Empress Hotel. This part of the city will be decorated perfectly for the season. With the Festival of Trees in this area, you can enjoy all types of Christmas decorations.

After touring the hotel, you may want to stop at the Empress Dining Room for afternoon tea. This is a great place for a break with plenty of small treats to go along with the excellent tea.

Next, head over to the Royal BC Museum and check out the many exhibit found here. The Old Town area will be decorated with Father Christmas and many other beautiful decorations.

Finally, a short walk to the Inn at Laurel Point will provide a holiday treat you won't find anywhere else. This hotel is displaying the Canadian National Gingerbread Showcase, which is an amazing display from both professional chefs and amateurs.

Day 2

Now that you've seen some of the greatest choices in the city for Christmas, it's time to discover a few more. The Parliament Buildings found on Menzies Street await you. This area offers plenty of Christmas fun.

Next, head over to Centennial Square and enjoy the many Christmas lights, giant sequoia trees and the huge Ferris wheel. Chinatown is another great choice for your second day, along with Butchart Gardens.

Check out all of these attractions for the holiday season and you will be very happy you spent your time in the city of Victoria.

Posted by Serena Kolida on
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