Why not visit some of the impressive Christmas markets in Europe during the Christmas holidays? The sights, sounds, and smells of these authentic and vibrant markets are a festive experience that will last well into the New Year. If you can book the perfect holiday from the online Christmas market, this kind of holiday is too good to miss!

Read on to find out some of the best tips when it comes to Europe’s Christmas holidays:

Berlin Christmas Markets

Germany’s capital is an icon all year round, but when the city, which has a reputation for being vibrant and full of life, prepares for the holidays, there is no other place like it. Berlin hosts over fifty Christmas markets and theme fairs in November and December, and the aromas of mulled wine, sausages, and hot sweet almonds will put you in the Christmas spirit. During the Christmas market holiday in Berlin, you can spend a few days exploring the city’s famous sights, including a trip to the top of the TV Tower, from where you can see where the Berlin Wall once stood, enjoy the vibrant and diverse nightlife and indulge in delicious German cuisine. If you want to escape the friendly crowds and the jokes of the markets for a few hours yourself, why not explore the history of the Berlin Reichstag building and the famous Brandenburg Gate? Berlin has an unmistakable mix of stunning architecture, fascinating historical sites, and heady Christmas celebrations, making it one of the top destinations for visits to European holiday markets.

The Christmas markets on the Rhine and Moselle

Experience the German valleys and winter markets of Rüdesheim and return home with some truly unique and traditional gifts that will put a smile on the faces of all those friends and relatives who are eagerly awaiting your return. Spend four days exploring everything that the Rhine and Moselle valleys have to offer, from a trip to the 2000-year-old city of Trier to the Christmas markets in Heidelberg, which stretch across five squares and offer everything from delicious hot food and drinks to local crafts and incredible atmosphere. If you want to take a break from the festivities, there are plenty of opportunities to visit neighboring German cities and even UNESCO monuments steeped in history.

Swiss Christmas Markets

Discover how the Swiss celebrate Christmas with a trip to the Montreux Christmas markets on the shores of Lake Geneva, surrounded by snow-covered mountains and traditional wooden chalets, which have inspired many Christmas cards and Advent calendars. The natural beauty of Switzerland screams “Christmas”, and the delicious and authentic raclette (grilled cheese with potatoes, cold cuts, and capers), fondue, cinnamon crepes and of course the famous Swiss chocolate will give you the warmth and energy to explore the 150 market stalls and all they have to offer! The crafts at the Swiss markets are very hard to miss and make original, beautiful, and affordable Christmas gifts for the whole family.

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