Our Favourite Christmas Markets

Our Favorite Christmas Markets

During Christmas, millions of people travel for that ideal location to spend the season in and enjoy spending time at Our Favourite Christmas Markets.

From Germany to the Czech Republic, you will find a truly unique experience no matter where you go. Whether you’re looking for the excitement of a bustling market or a relaxed snowy get away to a Christmas wonderland call today and discuss your options for private travel to any one of these locations to visit Christmas Markets.

Budapest, Hungary

The Advent Basilca opens November 29th until the 2nd of January with an ice rink open from the 20th, There is also the famous Vörösmarty Square Christmas Market which sees visitors entranced with its dazzling fairy lights. With musicians playing at both markets you will be able to relax in this festive atmosphere even if you don’t choose to visit at night (though we strongly advise it!)

Speaking first about The Advent Basilca, you will find all kinds of quality, handmade gifts from local people out to celebrate this season. The food and drink offered includes vegan, sugar free and gluten free options so nobody is left out. Why not take the children to see Santa Claus? He will be at the market between 12-4pm and 5-6pm on December 6th

Finally moving onto the biggest market of the festive season, Vörösmarty Square Christmas Market is open from November 19th to December 31st, you can enjoy concerts, countless food stalls and a selection of craftwork from local artists. Grilled meats and sausages along with flatbread baked in clay ovens are plentiful, you should also enjoy the fragrant winter beverages such as grog and krampampuli (Honey infusion tea with spices)

Charter a private jet into Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport to experience either market, during this season there are plenty of things to do.

Vienna, Austria

Hotly contested to be one of the most beautiful holiday destinations in the whole of Europe, Vienna offers many charms to visitors. One of these charms if you visit during the festive season is a very appealing Christmas market.

Vienna has its very own magic of advent celebration, which transforms the local area into a festive delight. Whether you shop for presents or sample traditional baking from the city, there is no doubt that this would be an excellent location to visit.

Graz, Austria

A lot goes on during the winter season in Graz, there are 15 Christmas markets in all! Luckily, they are all within walking distance of each other. There is truly something for everyone within Austria this time of year, each of the markets are individual and represent a different part of this wonderful place.

You might find yourself at the Arts and crafts market on Mehlplatz Square the advent huts sell exquisite art, Maybe you’d enjoy the Grazer Winterworld boasting a 2,500 metre squared ice rink.

Not to be missed is the Advent Market directly in front of city hall, from 19th November till the 24th of December there waits a village of stalls, each offering something from the local community whether these are local crafts or festive delicacies. Experience all Graz has to offer this Christmas, flying into Graz Airport you will be close to all the festivities.

Prague, Czech Republic

The Czech Republic has many charms, visitors are often enthralled by just how brightly lit and colourful the city looks when it has been decorated for the festive season. With a selection of local and exotic gifts available to buy, as well as the chance to eat some delightful Christmas goodies, you would be wise to stop off in Prague if you were exploring Europe’s markets.

Prague, Czech Republic

Starting off strong we have a dreamy location where you can easily go along with the holiday spirit, Prague has everything from multiple traditional markets, easily the most popular one which is held in the Old Town Square

Once you are at the market why not try some of the local seasonal food, The Czech Republic goes all out for Christmas with market stall food and drink such as Pražská Šunka which is a large ham roasted on spits or other foods including pancakes, sweet dumplings, and barbequed sausages. If you’d like something sweet begin by trying local fresh pastries, spicy gingerbread and more! For drink why not try famous Czech beers such as Budvar, Mulled wine and local grog are plentiful this time of year.

All these festivities last from 27th November 2021 to 6th January 2022, including on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day where the sky will light up with firework displays. Consider flying into Václav Havel Airport with your own private Jet this holiday season ready to take part.

Tallinn, Estonia

There is no doubt that when it comes to shopping, there is nothing quite like Tallinn in Estonia. It has been voted as the most popular shopping destination in the whole of Europe.

The Christmas market appeals to many people thanks to traditional architecture, a warm welcome from the local trade industry, and many varied gifts to purchase to bring home. When you also take into consideration that there is a chance for children to see Santa Claus, there is no reason why you shouldn’t go and explore.

Metz, France

France is home to many charms, with something available to satisfy practically any different type of taste. Its Christmas market is no exception, offering a variety of different things for you to enjoy on the run-up to the festive season. Whether you choose to go ice-skating, shop for gifts, or enjoy French culture and cuisine, there is something for you.

So if you’re thinking of visiting a Christmas market this year why not hire a private jet with Admiral Jet. You’ll have complete privacy during your flight, as well as the flexibility to work your travel around your schedule. In addition, you can avoid the queues and arrive closer to your destination, which will reduce your overall travel time.

Admiral Jet’s expert team will provide you with the very best options to choose from based on all your needs. Contact us.