The joy of Christmas shopping in enhanced to a great extent if you’re traveling by coach. You get to enjoy all the twinkly lights your surroundings have been decorated especially for the occasion. And you can do all of that while avoiding the hefty airfare, which in itself is a huge relief. But how beneficial are Christmas markets by coach?
Cost: £339 for a three night break.
Edinburgh hosts a traditional Highland Village Market every year that will not only curb your appetite for the classics, but also give you plenty of shopping options. Not only that, but it also holds the Real Scottish Fair for the food-lover inside you. It’s hitting two birds with one stone.
You can do all your Christmas shopping while also enjoying the eye-catching view from Portsmouth’s Historic Dockyard and get in the Christmas spirit in a Victorian way!
Revel under the giant Christmas tree located at the Castle Howard’s palatial 18th century interior, and visit Yorkshire Dales – which is a treat for your eyes and the perfect shopping spot.
If you enjoy shopping at European markets, it will be a delight for you to visit the Dutch town of Valkenburg for some Christmas time musts. It’s a three nights long holiday which departs late November, so you will be done with the gift-buying before anyone even starts to worry about where to go.
The West Country
Last, but not the least (in terms of costs, it is). It’s a one night trip to the Georgian beauty of Bath. Your shopping destination would be none other than the Abbey. And the trip will also take you to the Bourton-on-the-Water and Stow-on-the-Wold. What’s better than that in such a cost?
These are the best Christmas markets by coach you can take pleasure in visiting this holiday season.