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Những khu chợ Giáng sinh đẹp nhất châu Âu 2018

The festive atmosphere in Berlin, Stockholm attracts a large number of tourists visiting the Christmas season. Munich, Germany Munich is proud to live in one of the most popular Christmas markets in Europe. Speaking of this, many will soon think of snow-covered wooden houses, bright stalls, glittering pine ornaments. In addition, the market also sells a variety of roasted nuts, grilled sausages and traditional apple cider to serve visitors. You should come here at least two days, so that you can enjoy the beauty of the market during the day and at night. Photo: Mirror. Berlin, Germany There are about 60 Christmas markets in Berlin each year. So, when you come to the capital of Germany at this moment, you will surely be submerged in the air welcome new year everywhere. Your trip will not be complete without trying out the famous wine and roast sausage and other seasonal dishes. Photo: Red Ice. Lille, France The Giant Ferris Wheel is the centerpiece of the vibrant Christmas Market located in the city square. The city of France is a miraculous synthesis of Christmas, with stalls selling souvenirs, decorated perfectly. You can find here everything to buy as gifts, from artwork to handmade wooden toys. After a day out in the market, visit one of the local bars or eateries to enjoy French cuisine such as grilled cheese and champagne. Picture: Weekendesk. Dubrovnik, Croatia Things to do in the Dubrovnik's marketplace are beautifully decorated and well-decorated booths. Here, you can buy handcrafted items, candy, enjoy local cuisine such as arancini (fried rice balls sauce) and kontonjata (candy Christmas is made from rustic past). Photo: Mirror. Stockholm, Sweden Christmas Market in Stockholm is a must if you are looking for a fairytale atmosphere in Scandinavia. In addition to decorations, this place also sells items such as Swedish meatballs, apple cider. You should combine this trip with a tour around famous landmarks of the city such as the Nobel Museum, Riddarholm Cathedral and the ABBA Museum – which honors the country's most famous band. Photo: TripSavvy. Madrid, Spain If you are looking for something a little different from the atmosphere in the above markets, why not go to Madrid, the capital of Spain? This bustling city is sure to be a great choice for many winter vacationers. Especially at the end of the year, the streets are always brightly lit by decorative lights. This is also a great destination for gourmets as it is the convergence of the finest specialties in the country. The dishes recommended by many people are pudding, churros, turkey and wine. The Bernabeu Stadium is also a place that visitors never want to miss. Photo: Pandotrip. Verona, Italy Each year, from mid-November to the end of January, Verona is illuminated by thousands of bright lights in the large Christmas markets. You should go to the Arena di Verona to admire a scene that many people judge is magnificent and majestic with more than 400 images of the Christmas scene. Picture: Italianwanderer. Innsbruck, Austria From the middle of November to January every year, the Old Town Market in Innsbruck, the provincial capital of Tirol, Austria is always in the festive mood. Surrounding medieval houses are twinkling lights on pine trees. It was snow-capped mountains. At this point, you have the opportunity to wander through over 60 stalls selling Christmas decorations, funny toys made of wood. Photo: Mirror. Christmas Market in Bruges, Belgium Christmas Market in Bruges, Belgium. A series of travel advice for Christmas, Christmas and New Year around the world will be sent to readers in December, as VnExpress collaborated with Tugo. Invite readers to read in the handbook. Tugo Travel Company, established in 2015, specializes in organizing tours to high-end markets such as Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Australia, France, USA and Europe. Minh Minh According to Mirror