The best Christmas markets to visit this year


Let Elvoline be your guide to the best Xmas treats! Find mulled wine, gingerbread, candy apples, Christmas tree ornaments and an enchanted atmosphere at these festive markets all around Europe.



The Christkindlmarkt’s tradition stems from the 13th century. Try the delicious Weihnachtspunsch (wine or brandy with spices and fruits, served hot) and the staple roasted chestnuts. The Vienna Christmas market attracts 3 million visitors every single year so secure your stay today to get a glimpse of the mesmerizing festive lights in the heart of Vienna!

Recommended hotel: Atlantis Hotel Vienna



There are so many Xmas markets in London that it is really hard to pick the best – that is why you need to visit all of them! Let us present you just a few of the most inviting spectacles.

The Country Living Magazine Christmas Fair offers the goods of more than 400 exhibitors: handmade toys, limited edition handicrafts, Christmas puddings and many more.

The Hyde Park Winter Wonderland’s name does not exaggerate: you will find Hyde Park – a marvel in its own right – spectacularly decorated and prepped up with an ice rink, fairground rides, Ferris wheels, bars, and cafes, all to set the perfect Christmas mood for you.

Southbank Centre Winter Market is possibly the longest lasting Christmas market in London. Enjoy circus attractions, cider and artifacts even to take care of the obligatory Christmas shopping chores.

Recommended hotel: Park Plaza County Hall London



The capital of Sweden hosts one of its annual Christmas markets at the Skansen, an open-air museum. Celebrate the seasonal spirit with music, delicious authentic food and glögg (Swedish mulled wine with cinnamon, cardamom and bitter orange). Don’t miss out the handcraft workshops either!

Recommended hotel: Best Western Hotel Bentleys

Book your stay for your visits at the best European Christmas markets today on!

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