With the holidays around the corner, it’s important for all of you Italophiles to know how to say Merry Christmas in Italian.
Perhaps you’re planning to send a few Christmas cards to friends in Italy, or you want to impress your Christmas dinner guests with a few Italian phrases…
@hatever the reason, Italian is a beautiful language (to hear and to speak) and that reason alone should suffice 🙂
So take pen and paper and write down the following holiday-related phrases in Italian to practice before Natale. Happy learning!
The most common and direct way to say Merry Christmas in Italian is Buon Natale.
Ti auguro Buon Natale, I wish you a Merry Christmas.
However, there are other expressions that are used as well.
Buone Feste corresponds to the English Happy Holidays and implies best wishes for a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. You could also say, tanti auguri di buone feste, best wishes for a happy holiday season.

SHARE