The Magic of Europe Christmas Markets
The holiday season in Europe comes alive with charming Europe Christmas markets filled with festive foods, handmade gifts, and holiday cheer. Here are 5 of the best Europe Christmas markets to visit:
One of the oldest and largest markets, the Vienna Christmas Market sparkles against the Baroque backdrop of City Hall. Sip mulled wine and nibble on sausage as you browse holiday decorations like handblown glass ornaments, nutcrackers, and wreaths. Just magical.
With over 180 stalls, Nuremberg’s Christkindlesmarkt is famous for gingerbread, unique toys like wood carved nativity scenes, and delicious glühwein. Don’t miss the children’s choir at the Church of Our Lady.
The capital of Alsace is home to one of Europe’s oldest Christmas markets. Under the shadow of the cathedral, enjoy waffles, chocolates, and ornaments.
At the foot of the Atomium, the Brussels Christmas Market has a lively ice-skating rink, a giant Ferris wheel, and plenty of Belgian specialties like macaroons, chocolates, frites, and waffles.
Prague, Czech Republic
Prague’s Old Town Square comes alive with stalls selling trdelník pastries, wooden toys, and more. An impressive Christmas tree and nativity scenes add to the festive atmosphere.
The enchanting wooden stalls, twinkling lights, and holiday music make these Christmas markets an unforgettable European winter tradition. Let the holiday spirit lead you to discovering new treasures, flavors, and memories.
This year or next, let’s get you to some of these amazing Europe Christmas Markets. Visit one or multiple, we can customize your Europe Christmas market vacation. If cruising is your thing, there are plenty to choose from that it multiple Europe Christmas Markets.