Christmas in the Czech Republic is full of many unique traditions and customs and one of the most popular involves single women throwing their shoes out the door.
Christmas in Ukraine might leave most tourists baffled with all the spiders and webs used to adorn Christmas trees.
Christmas in Catalonia involves a unique display of humor with nativity scenes being spiked with funny caganers.
Krampus being jolly old St. Nicholas’ "happy" helper is one story that will keep you in the nice list all year long.
A bucket of chicken, a slice of cake, and some wine are all it takes to celebrate Christmas in Japan.
Christmas in Slovakia is one of the most colorful celebrations in the world with traditions that include throwing loksa at the ceiling.
Christmas Day Swim in Ireland, a holiday tradition of swimming through icy waters, is one to dive for.
One of the many traditions all over the world that revolve around Christmas is "burning the devil" in Guatemala but what could "burning the devil" mean?