Alluring Christmas Markets of the World

The Munich Christmas market is one of the finest Christmas markets of the world. The tang of mulled wine, roasted chestnuts, burning candles and freshly baked gingerbread is a treat for people. In addition, the children sing the Christmas carol, which creates a sensational and soothing atmosphere. The toys, decorations and lightening are all very captivating. Lot of winter essentials are being sold in the market too. (Reuters)

The largest Christmas market in France can be seen at the area close to the Strasbourgh’s cathedral. This Christmas market is known as the oldest French Christmas market. During the eve of Christmas, the area is decorated with toys, Christmas trees and lot of eating outlets. The chorus performance on the streets creates cool atmosphere. Visitors can also grab a Christmas cake at the Bredle Market, which is close to the area. (Reuters)

The city hosts one of the best Christmas markets, which offer cottages across the region. The city relishes the cool environment on the Christmas Eve. The city offers lot of eatable items such as Steamed snails, preserves, gingerbread, chocolate, mulled wine, and different kinds of spicy foods. In addition, there are unique blown-glass and hand painted artifacts available in the de Noel de Liega, the Christmas village in Liege. (PA)

The City Hall Square (Rathaus) of Vienna houses, the oldest market of Europe, Christkindlmarkt, is one of the major tourist attractions during the Christmas Eve. Visitors who are eager to buy beautiful artifacts and gluhwein (mulled wine) can walk around the Spittelberg Christmas market from Rathus, which is at the back of the Museums Quatier. (PA)

Switzerland hosts one of the best Christmas markets in cities like Zurich and Basel. The entire city is covered with sparkling lights with crowded streets. The Christmas trees look enticing and lot of eatables and other items are being sold in the market. (PA)

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