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Get in the real Christmas spirit

Christmas is a magical time when we can enjoy pleasant moments with our loved ones and let ourselves be enchanted by the special Christmas atmosphere. One of the best ways to experience this atmosphere is by visiting Europe's largest Christmas markets. Here you can find everything from beautiful Christmas decorations and handmade gifts to delicious Christmas treats and entertainment for the whole family. 

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The biggest and most iconic Christmas markets

One of the most iconic Christmas markets in Europe is the famous Christmas market in Strasbourg, France. The town is transformed into a fairytale Christmas landscape with beautifully decorated stalls, fragrant mulled wine and traditional Christmas cakes. Here you can also experience the impressive Christmas tree pyramid, which is a symbol of the Christmas market.

Another great destination is the Christmas market in Vienna, Austria. The city's beautiful squares and streets are filled with Christmas lights, fragrant food stalls and musical performances. Here you can find everything from traditional Christmas decorations to handicrafts and local delicacies.

Historic Christmas markets with European charm

If you are looking for a more authentic Christmas experience, you should visit the historic Christmas markets with European charm. One of the most popular is the Christmas market in Dresden, Germany. The city's old town is transformed into a Christmas adventure with beautifully decorated stalls and traditional Christmas activities. Here you can also experience the famous Christmas pyramid and the impressive Christmas tree on the market.

Another historic Christmas market is the one in Tallinn, Estonia. The town's medieval atmosphere creates a unique Christmas atmosphere, where you can find everything from handmade Christmas gifts to traditional Estonian dishes. Here you can also experience the beautiful Christmas tree party at Rådhuspladsen, where the children receive gifts from Santa Claus.

Named the best for the third year in a row

The Christmas market at Saint Stephen's Basilica in Budapest has won the award as the best Christmas market in Europe. With 120 stalls, a 12 meter high Christmas tree surrounded by an ice rink and the largest 3D light show in Europe, this Christmas market is a huge experience for anyone who happens to be in Budapest around Christmas. 

In second place for last year's list of the best Christmas markets in Europe, based on the number of votes, was the Gdańsk Christmas Market in Poland. With beautiful Christmas lights, well-scented stalls and an impressive artistic program, this Christmas market has a wide reach, and in third place was the Craiova Christmas market in Romania. 

No matter which Christmas market you choose to visit, an enchanting experience is guaranteed. Europe's largest Christmas markets offer a unique atmosphere where you can enjoy the magical Christmas atmosphere and find the perfect gifts for your loved ones. So bring the family and experience Europe's most iconic Christmas markets - you won't be disappointed!

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