Vienna and its Magical Christmas Video

There’s only couple of  days left until Christmas. Did you have the chance to visit one of the Christmas markets? Lately, we have presented the Christmas markets in Budapest, the Christmas villages in Berlin as well as some in Vienna. Vienna attracts many visitors with its adoring Christmas markets. They are placed in the most beautiful squares of the city from mid-November through Christmas. In our latest post about Vienna, we mentioned the traditional Christmas market at the City Hall Square as well as the Christmas Market in front of Schönbrunn Palace. In order to read more about them,...
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Budapest Christmas Market 2010

Courtesy of Royal Park Boutique Hotel Mulled wine, traditional handicrafts, gifts and decorations, funnel cakes – you can find these all at “Europe’s Best Christmas Fair” rated by the Sunday Times in 2008 at Vörösmarty square, in Budapest. You find a unique atmosphere with wooden pavilions selling folk art and craft products that are judged and approved by the Association of Hungarian Folk Artists. There is also an advent calendar, an enormous Christmas tree and festive lights. Advent calendar is opening each day at 5 pm. on the Gerbaud Building. Exciting programmes await the small...
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Christmas Markets in Vienna

A week ago we introduced the Christmas Markets in Berlin. As we got many requests from our readers to present the Christmas Markets in other cities as well, today we invite you to Vienna! A trip to a Christmas Market is a great occasion to visit European cities. It does not only mean to go to places that one has never seen before, but also to rediscover cities under other circumstances. A visit to a Christmas Market has become more and more popular. No wonder why! It is a great opportunity to travel, to spend time with family and friends in a unique atmosphere, to buy some Christmas decorations,...
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Christmas Markets in Berlin

A trip to a Christmas Market is a great occasion to visit European cities. It does not only mean to go to places that one has never seen before, but also to rediscover cities under other circumstances. A visit to a Christmas Market has become more and more popular. No wonder why! It is a great opportunity to travel, to spend time with family and friends in a unique atmosphere, to buy some Christmas decorations, to purchase presents or just to enjoy a moment… Where else you can immerse yourself in the warm and flashing atmosphere of shops, stands, fruits dipped in marzipan or a glass of hot wine…? Visiting...
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