Traveler’s choice for best Christmas markets and traditions
Christmas is approaching soon and entire Europe is getting ready to celebrate it. After
I live in Munich and like the festive atmosphere in here which extends right from November end and lasts for about a month. Multiple best Christmas markets pop up all around the city with various themes. Each of these markets
My pick is medieval style market at Odeons square and their traditional wines served in the markets. The Metz (honey wine) and ‘wine on fire’ (from Isartor market) are my favorite ones. The glass of warm and spiced-up but sweetish wine makes a perfect add-on to the charming feel of those markets. These wines also help to survive in the chilling weather.
I asked my traveler friends about their favorite places to celebrate Christmas. Below are some of their recommendations.
She says Sofia is home to a German-style Christmas market selling glühwein and wursts alongside Bulgarian classics like
Karen, the owner of travel blog ‘Wanderlustingk‘ suggests Cologne, Germany as a festive city.
Cologne is home to more than five charming Christmas markets spread across the city, including one market under the stunning Dom cathedral that is beautifully lit up at night. At many of the markets, you can sip on gluhwein, sample traditional regional foods (including worst), and purchase gnome-themed souvenirs!
‘Denovan‘ owner Gillian would spend here year end a Edinburgh, Scotland
According to her, you can’t help but fall under the charm of Edinburgh at Christmas time with its famous Christmas markets (two no less!), festive fairground, ice rink, Santa land and much more! The Scottish capital turns into a
What is your favourite place to celebrate Christmas?