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10 Reasons Paris Is a Magical Wonderland During the Christmas Season
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From roasted chestnuts to an Hermès Christmas tree, here are 10 reasons we love to visit Paris during the holiday season.

THE DEPARTMENT STORE WINDOW DISPLAYS...

will make you feel like you fell right into a fairytale.

More: The Best Christmas Window Displays Featured in NYC

YOU CAN GET SWEET CHRISTMAS TREATS LIKE THESE...

at an equally magical bakery called the SugarPlum Cake Shop. Trés bon!

AT DISNEYLAND PARIS...


Mickey and Minnie make the holiday spirit feel even more magical.

THE ICE SKATING RINKS...

are surrounded by enchanting holiday lights and decorations.

THERE ARE ACTUAL VENDORS WHO SELL ROASTED CHESTNUTS...


straight out of Mel Torme's "Christmas Song."

THE GLOW OF THE EIFFEL TOWER...

makes all the decorations at the Paris Christmas markets feel romantic.

EVEN THEIR TREES ARE HAUTE COUTURE...

like this one done by Hermès.

THE GALERIES LAFAYETTE'S CHRISTMAS TREE...

is huge and makes for a mind-blowingly spectacular photo op.

THERE ARE MAGICAL NOTRE-DAME CELEBRATIONS...


It's almost like a Disney-themed cathedral.

AND FINALLY... THE CHAMPS-ELYSEES LOOK LIKE THIS.


Words can't describe the magic of Paris at Christmastime.

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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