The end of the year is approaching and it’s really starting to feel like Christmas already. Before the actual commencement of the festivities, let us help you in turning your Christmas shopping experience a true magical experience. Forget usual and get ready for an unforgettable holiday, visiting European’s amazing Christmas markets. Make your Christmas vacations memorable, by booking your flights to Europe as you go on exploring the best Christmas destination in Europe for shopping.
Duration: 24 November – 24 December 2017
Located near the famous Cathedral and being organized since 1570, Christkindelsmärik is one of the oldest and the largest Christmas markets in Europe. On your shopping journey, you can walk through the stalls on Place Kléber, buy all the glittery stuff to decorate your own tree or go ice skating on Place du Château and visit La Petite France. The charm of the festivities will surely bring you in the real feel of Christmas holidays.
Duration: 17 November 2017 – 6 January 2018
Bordered by the stalls selling handcrafts, hot wine and amazing souvenirs, Tallinn’s Town Hall Square is a best Christmas destination to visit when you are craving for a big winter shopping. The place is a home to the most important Christmas tree in Estonia that was erect here in the year 1441. The tree was raised by the Brotherhood of Blackheads, making it one of the earliest cities with a custom of decorated trees.
Duration: 27 November – 22 December 2017
Every year between November and December, the aroma of roast chestnuts, mulled wine and grilled sausages fill the air at Roemerberg in Frankfurt. The aroma is exactly when you can easily guess the festivities is all set to begin and time has come Christmas shopping. The market of the Germany are famous for traditional Christmas delicacies, such as Bethmännchen (small almond biscuits) and the delicious Quetschemännchen (edible figurines made of nuts and dried plums) along with other fascinating souvenir that you can buy on your Christmas vacations in Germany.
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Duration: 18 November – 31 December, 2017
Located in Copenhagen and surrounded by the countless of fairy lights, fine leather goods, wooden houses, and snow-covered trees, Tivoli Gardens of Denmark is the most amazing market to buy various stuff and get the feel of perfect Christmas holidays. There you will witness around 60 stalls as well as daily illuminations, a fireworks festival and performances by the Pixie Band along with 27 different rides and a chance to meet and greet Santa.
Duration: 2 December – 23rd December 2017
The city of Stockholm becomes all vibrant in the month of December with fairy lights, Christmas activities, gifts, celebratory song etc. The main markets for Christmas are held in the medieval town of Gamla Stan. These markets are the perfect place to buy all the items required to plan the most amazing Christmas celebrations in Europe. You can book your international flight now and have the best Christmas Trip.
Durations: 2nd December 2017- 6th January 2018
Held daily at the Old Town Square, Prague’s Markets is a complete magical experience with some huge festive bargains. The land becomes a winter wonderland and you can join in by singing along the Christmas carols or by trying various traditional food items. To make your Christmas celebrations, you can get the World’s best klobása (barbequed sausage) and trdelník (a hot sugar coated pastry) from this amazing Christmas market of Europe.
Duration: 10th November 2017- 31st December 2017
br> Vörösmarty Square hosts one exciting Christmas markets, in the heart of the Hungry’s capital. While buying variety of things for your friends and family, you can also enjoy witnessing 3D show lighting up the St. Stephen’s Basilica, charity concerts, folk dances, artisanal products and lots of delicious food items. There are various crafts stalls that offer you best of Christmas shopping experience at affordable prices.
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Nottingham’s winter special Christmas market takes place in two iconic spots in the city, Market Square and Long Row. The region remains surrounded by cozy Victorian cabins, vibrant ambience and some lively bars that serve an epic spiced cider and a hot toddy. There is something about the smell of all the Christmas stalls here offering variety of stuffs, the sugared almonds, the music and the piping-hot Glühwein, makes the feel of festivities all Christmassy.
Duration: 1st December 2018 - 6th January 2019
The land of Zagreb becomes all vibrant during the Christmas celebrations. You get to enjoy the sound of Christmas bells, the scent of gingerbread, mulled wine and various other mouthwatering delicacies. During the Christmas season, Zagreb offers a variety of Christmas markets that will fulfill all your shopping needs along with lot of fun, excellent food, unique events, art, but also a genuine Christmas ambience.