12 meters high, illuminated by 36,000 lights and decorated with 1,000 Swarovski stars: Milan's Christmas tree in Galleria Vittorio Emanuele is among the most elegant.
Gubbio's Chrismas tree is a record-breaking one, the largest in the world, built on the slopes of Mount Ingino, right above town. It's 750 meters high and made of 700 light sources, occupying an area of 130,000 square meters.
Firenze Light Festival lights up Florence at Christmas, and its highlight is the Christmas tree in front of Santa Maria Novella: no branches, but rather colorful lights forming circles that resemble the windows of cathedrals.
A modern, bright tree in San Vito al Tagliamento (province of Pordenone), where the theme color is a beautiful balance of white and red balls, arranged to form a cone. Quite the 'fir tree'.
Minimal and modern, the Christmas tree in Cefalù's Piazza Duomo (Sicily) features yellow lights on a black background, large stars and bright snowflakes, and was even rated Italy's most beautiful tree in 2016.
This newly-installed Christmas tree in Trivento (Campobasso, in Molise) has been elected the most beautiful in Italy: it's seven-meter high and was made with 1,300 crochet wool tiles, handmade by a group of local women.
Check the photo gallery below for a look at some of Italy's most original Christmas trees.