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  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. Author Bernard Gagnon. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike

    Barcelona Christmas Markets

    Barcelona, the economic capital of Spain and the second largest city in the country, is one of the m...

  • Sydney Opera House, Australia. Author Kazuhisa Togo. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike

    Sydney Christmas Markets

    The capital of New South Wales, Sydney is a vibrant and cosmopolitan city. Sydney overlooks a specta...

Lübeck Christmas Markets

Lübeck, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. Author Motiqua. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution

In the magnificent atmosphere of the ancient historic city of Lübeck takes place an exciting advent, with numerous Christmas markets, shows, songs and other Christmas events. Lübeck was an important city of the famous Hanseatic League and today retains evidence of its glorious past which have earned it a place among the world heritage sites of UNESCO. The first Christmas market, ...

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Prague Christmas Markets

Prague Christmas Markets, Czech Republic. Author Karelj. No Copyright

The Christmas Market (Vánoční trhy) in Prague is formed by two main markets that take place in the Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square, the other two smaller markets are located in Vinohrady (Vánoční trhy Náměstí Míru) and Republic Square (Náměstí Republiky). All four markets are within a short distance of each other. The Prague Christmas markets consist of wooden stalls ...

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Strasbourg Christmas Markets

Strasbourg Christmas Markets (Marché de noël de Strasbourg), Alsace, France. Author notfrancois. Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution

Strasbourg is famous for its ancient Christmas market, which takes place since 1570 in the cathedral square, this market is the oldest Christmas market in France. The Christmas market in Strasbourg offers to the visitors a touch of adventure and rich flavors, such as those present in the Bredle market, the “Bredle” are in fact delicious traditional sweets prepared during Advent. The ...

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Tallinn Christmas Markets

Tallinn Christmas Market, Estonia. Author Marit & Toomas Hinnosaar. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution

The capital of Estonia has its own Christmas market since 2001, but Tallinn also boasts of being the city that had the first Christmas tree ! In fact legend tells that, in 1441, in the same square where today takes place the Tallinn Christmas Market, a bachelor merchant danced and sang along with the local girls around a tree, which they set ...

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Krakow Christmas Markets

Krakow, the ancient capital of Poland, is the most important tourist destination in the country, the city is known for its beautiful old town from the spectacular architecture rich in Gothic churches and Baroque palaces. The main attractions of the city include the Main Market Square (Rynek Glowny), which is overlooked by the Renaissance palace Sukiennice (Cloth Hall) and the ...

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Oslo Christmas Markets

Oslo, Norway. Author Bernt Rostad. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution

Oslo – Norway’s capital – is the largest city of the country and the seat of the king and the Norwegian government. The city is located in the Oslo Fjord (Oslofjord) in a beautiful natural landscape. Founded in the Middle Ages – around the Eleventh century – Oslo was soon the capital of the country, but in the fourteenth century with the union with ...

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Nice Christmas Market

Nice, Côte d'Azur, France. Author Martinp1. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike

Nice, the main city of the French Riviera – known for its mild climate even in winter – overlooking the Bay of Angels (Baie des Anges). Popular attractions include the famous beachfront promenade the “Promenade des Anglais” and the district of the Old Nice (Vieux-Nice). During Christmas, the city is a triumph of lights that contribute to the magical Christmas and festive atmosphere that permeates the ...

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Devon Christmas Markets

Bovey Tracey Christmas Market

Devon, or historically Devonshire, is a county in the United Kingdom, which is located on the peninsula of Cornwall in England. The county of Devon is one of the largest counties of England. This region of the country is bounded to the north by the Celtic Sea to the east it borders with Somerset and Dorset, to the south overlooking the English Channel ...

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Wroclaw Christmas Markets

Christmas market in Wroclaw (Breslau), Poland. Author Klearchos Kapoutsis. Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution..

Wroclaw (Breslau in German), is the historical capital of Silesia and is today the fourth largest city in Poland. Important trading town since the Middle Ages, Wroclaw, was part of Germany from the eighteenth century until the end of World War II. The city has an architecture influenced by the various peoples who have lived or who have controlled it. There ...

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Rome Christmas Markets

St. Peter's Basilica, Rome, Italy. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

Rome – the eternal city – that two thousand years ago it was the capital and nerve center of an empire that stretched from England to Romania, from North Africa to Mesopotamia, is now one of the most visited cities in the world. Founded on seven hills it retains many monuments of the past imperial splendor and the subsequent period in which it was the ...

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