1You always get 2 Gifts

Christmas in Italy is traditionally celebrated from Dec 24 – Jan 6, or Christmas Eve through Epiphany, which is often referred to as the Twelve Days of Christmas.

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If you’re traveling to Italy during this festive season, you’re certain to run into a variety of special events, celebrations, and holiday markets throughout the country.
Babbo Natale (Santa Claus) brings you gifts on 24 Dec and La Befana (the witch) brings you more on 6 Jan. Regardless of when they open their presents, many Italians keep their wrapped gifts on display on the pyramid-shaped ceppo, along with candles and other decorations.