Here are some of the places that you should visit during the Christmas markets coach trips 2016:
Visit the Leidsestraat in order to have a look at the stalls that sell a variety of things. Most of the stalls sell snacks and hot wine, so you will surely have fun.
The Christmas fair that goes by the name of Fira de Santa Llúcia started back in 1786 and is held at the Pla de la Seu & Avda de la Catedral today. The place accommodates more than 300 stalls that sell mistletoe, Christmas trees, and Christmas gifts.
The Christmas market is held at the Grote Markt and is one of the best ones throughout Europe. Not only this, Bruges is home to festive ice sculptures that add to the aesthetics of the city.
Germany is the country of Christmas markets, so make sure you do visit Berlin. Some of the places that you should check out include Alexanderplatz, Unter den Linden, Gendarmenmarkt, and Spandau Weinachtmarkt.
The Christmas market in Bath lasts for 18 days and there are more than 170 stalls that sell a variety of products. In addition to all this, there is a ski bar, a spa bathing facility, an ice skating rink, and a Victorian Carousel.
The Scottish market in Edinburgh should be visited for Scottish Gin, fresh seafood, baked goods, and local sausages.
Christmas markets in London are the best. The Winter Wonderland consists of a giant Ferris wheel, Bar Ice, ice-skating, magical ice kingdom, Santa’s grotto, and Zippos Circus.
The Christmas market in Newquay consists of crafts, goodies, and of course Christmas food. The best part is that there is an impressive display of fireworks at the harbor side.
Make sure you visit these places this Christmas.