We have rounded up some of our favorite Christmas Trees of Instagram from across the world. From New York to Taipei – marvel at the festive beauty and really get into the Christmas spirit.

The Main Square in Prague makes for an impressive setting for a traditional European Christmas Market. At the centre of the festivities, this beautiful Christmas tree is lit up against the winter darkness.

A photo posted by 🎀 (@m.kapounova) on

 

Possibly one of the most recognisable trees at this time of year, it couldn’t be missed from this list. The pathway of angels leads the way to the famous Rockefeller Centre Tree in New York City.

A photo posted by kathisarah (@kathisarah) on

 

Once again the setting makes the tree! This stunning Christmas tree is situated in the majestic Piazza del Duomo in Florence, Italy.

 

British brand Burberry is quickly becoming famous for their creative Christmas trees. This striking tree covered in mini footguards (like you might see outside Buckingham Palace) is inside their store in the Taipei 101 mall!

A photo posted by 🎀Wenjie (@gu.ww) on

 

A creative use of lights on this tree in Osaka, Japan, shows that sometimes simplicity is best. If you look carefully you can see the outline of the jaw-dropping Umeda Sky building behind the tree (Google it!).

A photo posted by Sohyun Park (@yuugao_84) on

 

There is so much going on in this Christmas display from the Galleries Lafayette in Paris! Like the city and its people, this Christmas tree is luxurious and very chic.

A photo posted by tessie93 (@tessie93) on

 

It may have taken the whole year to build this tree made from Lego at Federation Square, Melbourne, but it was definitely worth the effort!

 

Last but certainly not least, the most beautifully different Christmas tree this year has to be from Byblos, Lebanon. Made from a gold coloured metal that shimmers in the day as much as at night, this Christmas tree is more like a piece of modern sculpture than a festive decoration!

A photo posted by Houssam Sidani (@houssam84) on



Back to Blog main page