Prague, Czech Republic
Prague, a Gothic fairytale of Europe, celebrates Christmas with glam & grandeur.
It’s hard to find a city that celebrates Christmas with such grace as Vienna.
Also known as Köln, Cologne is famous for its spectacular cathedral, a Gothic masterpiece that dominates the city in more than one way.
Home to the oldest Christmas market in France, a magnificent Gothic cathedral, and a charming UNESCO-listed Old Town, the quaint Alsatian city near the border with Germany is a fantastic destination for your winter trip.
During the winter holidays, Wroclaw, Poland’s 4th largest city, seduces visitors with a delightful Christmas market that dates back to the 16th century.
With a UNESCO-protected medieval Old Town that seems straight out of the pages of a children’s storybook, Tallinn is delightful throughout the year, but it is winter that gives it a unique character.
Christmas finds Copenhagen brimming with shining lights, festive spirit, and hyggelige cafés, where inventive design and legendary Danish coziness blend harmoniously to make your experience unique.
With its otherworldly frosty landscapes, brightly lit trees, and elaborate ice sculptures, there’s no doubt Rovaniemi is one of the best European cities for Christmas.
There’s no better time to visit Nuremberg than during the Christmas season when the city turns into a genuine winter fairytale.
Dazzling street illuminations, fabulous window displays, and tons of festive fun make London one of the best Christmas cities in Europe.
You’ll be hard-pressed to find a more adorable city in Europe than Bruges with its fairytale canals, buildings that look like they’ve been made of gingerbread, and elegant horse-drawn carriages that clip-clop down the medieval streets.