The magic of Christmas is approaching and the popular appointment with the season’s markets is an absolute must! From the more traditional ones like those in Frankfurt and Naples, to the more original ones like those in Düsseldorf and Brussels.
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In the heart of Rome, you'll find the enchanting hub of the city's Christmas magic: Piazza Navona, the destination for the Christmas Markets. The focal point is the beautifully adorned square, with stalls offering a delightful array of gifts, treats, and holiday decorations. As you stroll through the festive atmosphere, you'll discover handcrafted ornaments, sweet treats, and unique artisanal gifts. It's the perfect place for finding special presents and enjoying the holiday spirit in the Eternal City.
In the center of Naples lies the beating heart of the city’s Christmas tradition: San Gregorio Armeno, the street of nativity scenes. The undisputed stars are handmade figurines depicting shepherds, the three Kings, but also celebrities, athletes and Hollywood stars – just perfect for those looking for original gift ideas.
Once you've landed in Venice, you can quickly reach Verona, the city of love and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where you can experience the most romantic Christmas ever. Start living your fairy tale from Piazza dei Signori with its market inspired by Nuremberg's Christkindlesmarkt, then stroll through Piazza Bra with its majestic 70-meter-high comet star, and finally, head straight to Santa Claus' home in the Christmas village of Flover in Bussolengo.
Fly to Venice to reach Bolzano and fulfill your perfect Christmas dream: a grand illuminated tree at the center of Piazza Walther, an antique carousel, over 80 decorated stalls, and Santa Claus' house. All of this awaits you at the Bozner Christkindlmarkt, Italy's largest Christmas market!
A winter holiday in Trentino-Alto Adige is always a great idea, especially because the enchanting Trento hosts one of Italy's most famous Christmas markets, known for its gastronomic stands and gourmet corner. You must absolutely try the potato tortel and the typical Strauben fritters. What are you waiting for? Fly to Venice and seize the opportunity to visit Trento and its market!
A little over an hour from Turin, a hidden gem awaits you, where you can savor the grand emotions of Christmas. From November to January, the center of Aosta transforms into a captivating alpine village that festively illuminates the Caveri, Giovanni XXIII, and Roncas squares. It's the Marché Vert Noël, and amid its snow-covered huts, you'll discover scented candles, handmade toys, and Valdostan culinary delights like polenta, honey sweets, and the typical raclette.
The charm of Frankfurt combined with the atmosphere of the holiday season creates something truly unique. Here, Christmas tastes like gingerbread and mulled wine, to be enjoyed as you stroll through the stalls of the Frankfurt Christmas Market seeking out the many delicacies and perfect gift ideas. Want some inspiration? Christmas decorations and tin toys from the Ore Mountains.
The joy of music wafting through the old town, the scent of cinnamon, a riot of lights and colors. This is Zurich, with its quintessential Christmas atmosphere. Hop aboard the Märlitram, the fairytale tram driven by Santa Claus, and take in Wienachtsdorf, a typical Christmas village nestled in the beautiful setting of the Opera House.
Munich's largest and oldest market is the Christkindlmarkt on Marienplatz, the city's main square. Its typically Bavarian wooden houses will welcome you with typical products such as baked apples, caramelized almonds and ginger cookies. Not to be missed are the traditional carols sung under a magnificent lit up tree.
In Geneva, the most magical time of year is marked by the city’s ancient clocks. Soak up the city’s romantic atmosphere as you stroll along the lakefront as far as the Jardin Anglais market, set against the backdrop of the stunning Jet d'Eau fountain, creating a scenery of lights, chalets and shows.
The Christmas markets here all have a theme. There’s the Engelchen-Markt, or angel’s market, the Handwerker-Markt, specializing in handmade decorations, and finally the Märchen-Markt, or the fairy tale market with its huts inspired by the Grimm Brothers’ fairy tales.
You'll never love Christmas as much as when you see Brussels’ festively lit Grand Place. Every year, the city center becomes home to the historical Winter Wonders, a picturesque Christmas market whose 250 stalls, light shows and imposing tree transform the city into a place of enchantment.