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  • Trocadero Christmas Market, Paris, France. Author Dalbera. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution

    Paris Christmas Markets

    The city of Paris welcomes – during Christmas – tourists and visitors superbly with thou...

  • Leadenhall Market, London, United Kingdom. Author Herry Lawford. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution

    London Christmas Markets

    London is a city rich in all types of markets in all periods of the year, of course during Christmas...

  • Dublin, Ireland. Author Trevah. No Copyright

    Dublin Christmas Markets

    Dublin, Ireland’s capital, is located along the island’s east coast, at the mouth of the...

  • Christmas Market of the Basilica of St. Stephen.

    Budapest Christmas Markets

    Hungary’s capital and most important city of the country, Budapest was founded at the end of t...

  • Zagreb Christmas markets. Copyright Tourist Information Center Zagreb

    Zagreb Christmas markets

    Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, is only 200 km from Trieste and the border with Italy, and just over...

Paris Christmas Markets

Trocadero Christmas Market, Paris, France. Author Dalbera. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution

The city of Paris welcomes – during Christmas – tourists and visitors superbly with thousands of lights and ornaments, more than 125 squares and streets are lit up and decorated with streamers, garlands, lights of all kinds, Christmas trees and multi-colored Christmas balls. Among the most beautiful lighting there are those of the Champs Elysees, Montmartre, Boulevard Saint-Germain, rue de Richelieu, Place Vendome, Forum des ...

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London Christmas Markets

Leadenhall Market, London, United Kingdom. Author Herry Lawford. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution

London is a city rich in all types of markets in all periods of the year, of course during Christmas there are plenty of classic Christmas markets, among the most popular are the  traditional German Christmas Market in Southbank and Hyde Park. LONDON CHRISTMAS MARKETS Dates of Christmas Markets 2017: 17 November 2017 – 1st January 2018 (Hyde Park Winter ...

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Dublin Christmas Markets

Dublin, Ireland. Author Trevah. No Copyright

Dublin, Ireland’s capital, is located along the island’s east coast, at the mouth of the River Liffey. The city was founded around the tenth century by the Vikings and Celts. Its location was strategically situated as a good natural port to Britain. Since the Middle Ages the town became the political, economic and cultural center of Ireland. Dublin does not have ...

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Budapest Christmas Markets

Christmas Market of the Basilica of St. Stephen.

Hungary’s capital and most important city of the country, Budapest was founded at the end of the nineteenth century by the merger of the towns of Buda, located on the western shore of the Danube, and Pest, situated on the eastern shore. Founded by the Romans under the name of Aquincum, as a legionary fortress. In the sixteenth century it was ...

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Zagreb Christmas markets

Zagreb Christmas markets. Copyright Tourist Information Center Zagreb

Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, is only 200 km from Trieste and the border with Italy, and just over 300 km from Vienna and Budapest. This historic city houses some of the most beautiful Christmas markets on the continent. The Croatian capital during Advent will welcome you with a typical Christmas atmosphere with the sound of Christmas bells, the scent ...

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Canterbury Christmas Markets

Christmas Market in Whitefriars, Canterbury

Ancient city of Roman foundation, the Romans called it Durovernum Cantiacorum, Canterbury became famous in the twelfth century as a place of pilgrimage. The city, which lies just 60 kilometers from London, is still partially surrounded by medieval walls with a Norman castle, and has its greatest appeal in the beautiful Gothic cathedral, built between the eleventh and fourteenth centuries, ...

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Glasgow Christmas Markets

Glasgow Christmas market, Glasgow, United Kingdom. Author Graeme Maclean. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution

Glasgow, the largest city in Scotland, is located in the Scotland Lowlands about 50 km to the west of Edinburgh. The city of Glasgow was founded in the Middle Ages as a bishopric, it became one of the most important ports of Great Britain, in particular for the trade to America. There are few remains of medieval Glasgow, the two most ...

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Vienna Christmas Markets

Christmas Market in the Town Hall Square (Wiener Christkindlmarkt am Rathausplatz), Vienna, Austria. Author Manfred Werner. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike

The Wiener Adventzauber (the Magic of Advent in Vienna) is housed in the Town Hall Square of Vienna and is one of the culminating events of the great feast of Christmas. This event has become part of the atmosphere before Christmas, so as to make cookies in the oven, or choose Christmas gifts. The smell of gingerbread, almonds and honey, in fact, ...

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Madrid Christmas Market

Madrid, Spain. Author Wenjie, Zhang A Certain...(trioptikmal). Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution

Madrid, capital of Spain, is located in the Meseta Central a plateau at about 700 meters above sea level and here, at Christmas, the snow is not uncommon. Madrid boasts the most beautiful Christmas market in Spain, that of the Plaza Mayor, which is probably also the oldest in the country, in fact dates back to the mid-nineteenth century. The city ...

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Quebec Christmas Markets

Longueuil Christmas Market, Quebec, Canada. Author and Copyright Gerard Leduc

Quebec is a Canadian French-speaking province. The most beautiful Christmas markets in Quebec are those of the National Capital (Capitale-Nationale) in the Old Port of Quebec (Vieux-Port de Québec) and Vieux Quebec (German Christmas Market – Marché de Noël allemand), in Longueuil (Marché de Noël & des Traditions), in L’Assomption, Trois-Rivières, Sherbrooke and Montreal. We report a selection of Christmas ...

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