The experts of the British newspaper "The Telegraph" have chosen the 10 best European Christmas fairs.
At the Antwerp fair, tourists could not only buy gifts, but also skateboarding and listen to Christmas hymns. The Basel fair should be visited at least because it supports the best Swiss traditions. The widest range of Christmas markets was offered to tourists in Berlin. Here, there were 50 last Christmas. Copenhagen gets rather magical perspectives because of the Christmas fair. No wonder that before Christmas tourists come from all over the world to admire the city. The inexpressible atmosphere reigns in the British Jersey: flickering candles, reading aloud of Dickens novels and a set of hand-worked souvenirs. Special Christmas dishes, mulled wine and choral music waited for tourists to come to Dublin.
A large selection of souvenirs at very reasonable prices on the largest and most famous German party market in Frankfurt has delighted travelers this time. A nicer place for tourists was as always the fair in German Gamelin, located directly in the center of the old medieval town. According to tradition, it is necessary to drink a little mulled wine and to buy without fail something in one of the many souvenir shops in the rows of stalls of Prague. Also tourists have a lot like Stockholm this time. Here, at the Christmas market, everything has been sold, starting with hot sausages and excellent finishes.