How most Austrians celebrate Christmas

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Interesting facts about Christmas: artificial Christmas trees, Christmas sweaters—on average, Austrians put on just under a kilo—and they are the money savers when it comes to wrapping paper

Seventy percent of Austrians are certain that they will be experiencing a white Christmas. Nevertheless, one in two people dreams of spending the festive season in warmer climates. This was the result of a survey by Marketagent. In addition, fir, blue spruce, and the like are increasingly being replaced by artificial specimens. Whether real or not, tinsel on the Christmas tree is a must for 19 percent. Electric candles are already preferred by 64 percent. Even the Christmas sweater is finding more and more enthusiastic fans.

Nor should contemplation be disregarded. On Christmas Eve, four out of ten Austrians pray. Speaking of cuisine, many people cannot live without cookies. Vanilla crescents are our favorite dessert.

On the culinary side, cookies are a must for many. Our favorite treat is vanilla crescents. And pork is the most popular type of meat at the festive table, whether in the form of cold cuts, roasts, or sausages. This has an impact on the figure. An average weight gain of 981 grams is expected over the holidays. On the other hand, when it comes to wrapping paper, we are the money-savers. Almost every second person saves it for next year. A curious detail: three out of ten respondents give presents to themselves.

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