Christmas travel: The 3 best markets in Europe!
Winter … The season of comfort, with a good hot chocolate, gifts under the Christmas tree and a truly unique atmosphere…
There is nothing more magical than Christmas and all the decoration that goes with it. But there is one special place where you can dive into the spirit and truly enjoy: the market.
It’s a real parade of small cottages that offer the cutest objects, the finest delicacies and the most typical shows, the Christmas markets are dreamy place.
From the first days of December, Europe is adorned with these little magical places, full of happiness for the whole family. We listed 3 of them, that are really worth getting around.
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The market of Prague remains one of the most famous in Europe and it is taking place in the Old city. There are numerous wooden houses covered in decorations, souvenirs, but also there are plenty of delicious Czech pastries – a real treat for the senses!
In Vienna, Christmas markets are many. There are no less than a dozen! The most important one, however, is the one taking place at the Town Hall, with its magnificent 130 chalets. Dedicated to Central European crafts and popular culture, there are concerts, workshops and many performances…
Created in 1891, the Skansen Christmas Market in Stockholm is a real open-air museum. Many local craft products are to be discovered in 150 small traditional Swedish houses. And as tradition dictates, we could easily find ourselves dancing around the tree, while wishing each other a merry Christmas!
With the Charlottenburg Palace as its backdrop Berlin was always going to be in our top best Christmas markets. The festive atmosphere is everywhere thanks to the marquees and wooden huts selling a variety of festive treats. Hot chestnuts, crepes, as well as an impressive selection of culinary options are available.