Love them or hate them, Christmas markets are slowly coming back and you’ll be up to your ears in alcohol, food and presents before you know it. This year why not venture out a bit further and see what a foreign Santa looks like and if you can add some extra special presents under your tree
When you think about Christmas markets you don’t think about going to Croatia. Well, surprise! Maybe you won’t find snow in Zagreb, but instead you can enjoy live music, dance floors and amazing Croatian food! All of it happens in Jelacic Square and the streets around it.
Your chances of experiencing snow while in Kraków are quite high, but if you want a guarantee then you can take a trip to Zakopane – the capital of the Polish mountains!
The whole city basically changes into one big Christmas village with 20 different markets all over the city, but the most famous market is called ” Vienna Magic of Advent” in City Hall Square. You can enjoy typical Austrian food, buy some handmade gifts and decorations or go ice skating, the choice is yours!
Christmas market, music, 2 fireworks shows and the annual St. Lucia procession – that’s what is waiting for you in Copenhagen at Christmas.
The biggest market is located around Alexanderplatz, but you can find many others all over the city. You can find literally everything there – from food to paintings and handmade wooden decorations. Don’t forget to try famous mulled wine and gingerbread!
After dark you can enjoy the light show on Grand-Place.
One of the unique thing about Prague Christmas market is the stable with live animals. If you have kids, they will love it.
The most popular one is the Christmas market in Piazza Navona. You can also have a peek at the Christmas tree next to the Colosseum and a huge one in St.Peter’s Square.
When: Each market starts on different days, all of them are open on the 8th of Decemeber
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