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One of the best things about the run up to Christmas is visiting a Christmas Market. Something about the cute wooden chalets, thousands of fairy lights and the mouth watering smells of mulled wine, hog roast and chestnuts is just magical.
We’ve been lucky enough to enjoy many of the best and biggest Christmas Markets in Europe on our travels, but I pleased to say the UK has some wonderful ones too- well worth a visit.
So grab a mug of spiced wine (it’s Christmas!) and let’s start our adventure into the best UK Christmas markets.
Winchester- consistently voted one of the UK’s best Christmas markets
If you’re looking for beautiful and unique UK Christmas market, look no further than Winchester.
Winchester is one of our favourite cities at any time of the year (I actually went to college here), but at Christmas time it really comes alive. Consistently voted one of the best in the UK, Winchester Christmas Market is definitely worth a visit.
The market is set in the grounds of the famous Winchester Cathedral and has everything you could wish for to get you in the festive spirit (including festive spritis! 😉 )
There are over 100 traditional wooden stalls, with exhibitors from all over the world. You can buy everything from personalised decorations, handmade signs, rugs, blankets, shawls, photos, jewellery, decorations, glassware and beautiful gifts for others and yourself!
There are also plenty of food stalls selling crepes, bratwurst, mince pies, chestnuts and many places to enjoy a mug of warm spiced wine or local beer. There’s also a life-size nativity, often complete with live animals.
Another highlight is the fantastic open-air ice rink (booking tickets in advance is essential). Skating inside the Cathedral grounds looking at the incredible surroundings and the huge tree is definitely worth the money.
NOTE: Sadly, the ice rink has again been replaced by a performing stage for 2023. I hope it will be back in 2024.
Don’t miss the Star of Wonder illuminations and light show within Winchester Cathedral- often held the last full week before Christmas (check times of services before you plan your trip.)
When is the Winchester Christmas Market open this year?
The market is open daily from the end of November until just before Christmas, usually from 10am until 6.30pm. You can see the exact dates for Winchester Christmas market here.
How much does it cost to visit the Winchester Christmas Market?
It’s free to enter and walk around the market. You’ll need to pay to ice skate (book in advance to avoid long wait times or them being fully booked.) And, of course, you’ll need to pay for all the Christmas gifts or food you buy!
As well as the Christmas market, take time to explore the city of Winchester. There is plenty of mainstream shopping on the high street, plus delightfully unique shops and boutiques all over the city. Be sure to head inside the Cathedral as well, home to Jane Austen’s grave and one of the oldest Bibles in the world!
Where to stay
We highly recommend staying at the wonderful Winchester Hotel and Spa, which is close to the train station, at the top end of the city. However, it’s about a 15-20 minute walk to the market from here, so if you want to stay closer, the Mercure overlooks the Cathedral.
Recommended Campsite: If you’re on a holiday in a motorhome or caravan, consider staying at Morn Hill Campsite, just on the outskirts of Winchester and open all year.
If you’ve never been to one before, here are some tips for visiting a Christmas Market in the UK and Europe
Birmingham- one of the biggest UK Christmas Markets
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Birmingham is consistently one of the biggest Christmas markets in the UK. There are several markets around the city, but the most famous is the Frankfurt market- the biggest authentic German market outside of Austria or Germany.
Here, you’ll find over 80 stalls selling traditional, hand-crafted gifts such as beautiful leatherwork and fragile glassware. The food stalls however have the biggest queues- and for good reason. You can try authentic German bratwurst, pretzels, schnitzels, and hot chestnuts. There’s even a stall selling half metre sausages. If you’re thirsty you can get four pint jugs of beer or sweet little mugs of flavoured gluhwein. Perfect for warming up on a cold evening.
How much does the Birmingham Christmas market cost to visit?
The Frankfurt Market in Birmingham is free to enter. Food and drink are a little expensive but well worth it to enjoy the festive atmosphere.
When is the Birmingham Christmas Market on this year?
The stalls usually open at 10am and close at 9pm everyday (except for Remembrance Sunday)- check exact dates and opening hours here
How to get to Birmingham Christmas Market
I recommend getting the train to the market, both New Street and Snow Hill stations are less than 5 minutes walk from the stalls. If you are driving then there is plenty of secure parking at the Mailbox. The Frankfurt market covers Victoria Square and stretches all the way down New Street towards the Bullring. You’ll find it at Victoria Square, Birmingham, B3 3AA.
Where to stay
Book a room at Malmaison Hotel in the Mailbox which is 5 minutes walk to the market and surrounded by plenty of bars and restaurants for a perfect festive mini-break.
Recommended Campsite: There aren’t any campsites close to the city centre. There are plenty on the outskirts- I’ve stayed at Chapel Lane which is a nice site and open all year.
Manchester- 9 UK Christmas Markets in one!
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If you love Christmas lights and food, visiting Manchester Christmas markets should be at the top of your bucket list!
Unlike most cities in the UK, Manchester doesn’t feature one big Winter Wonderland but 9 Christmas markets! They take over the entire city centre from the beginning of November until Christmas Eve.
The markets are located at: Albert Square, Cathedral Gardens, Piccadilly Gardens, Market Street, Exchange Square, New Cathedral Street, King Street and St Ann’s Square and the atmosphere is different in each one of them.
Piccadilly is located in the heart of Manchester city centre and features the most impressive lights. The one on King Street has wonderful stands with local craft products. But the main one to visit is on Albert Square. It features Manchester’s big Santa and is a great place to eat and drink. There is also a big German bar where you can eat inside.
If you’d like to go ice-skating (to burn off the bratwurst), head to Cathedral Gardens. There’s a great map here with more information and location of the various markets
When is the Manchester Christmas Market this year?
You can see the exact dates and opening times of the Manchester Christmas Market here
How much does it cost to visit Manchester Christmas Market?
All Christmas Markets in Manchester are free, you can just swing by and have a wander around. Parking in Manchester can be expensive which is why it’s recommended to park your car in Ancoats and walk from there.
Tips for visiting Manchester Christmas Markets
No matter what, make sure to withdraw cash beforehand. Most places won’t take cards and the queue to the ATMs is insane in town, so come prepared and save yourself a lot of time.
Where to stay
There are so many festive things to do in Manchester around Christmas, so stay a few nights to make the most of it. Pretty much anywhere in the city centre is near one of the markets, but if you want to enjoy some fun night life, stay near Canal Street. Hotel Brooklyn is a fabulous option.
Cardiff- biggest Christmas Market in Wales
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Cardiff is often an overlooked hidden gem when it comes to the festive season, but it’s one of the best Christmas cities in Europe.
It’s spread over two locations in the city centre. The main market is spread around the streets close to 15th century St John’s Church and Cardiff Market, including the popular Hayes shopping area. This is Christmas with a Welsh twist, where you can find gifts made from Welsh slate and some fantastic Snowdonia cheeses in the food stalls.
Then there’s Cardiff Winter Wonderland, less than ten minutes’ walk away, outside the splendid Edwardian City Hall and National Museum of Wales. This includes a popular ice rink and several fairground rides, as well as food and drink stalls.
When is the Cardiff Christmas Market open this year?
The Market and Winter Wonderland run on different dates, the latter normally beginning in early November and continuing until early January.
You can see the exact dates and opening times of the Christmas market here and the Winter Wonderland here.
How much does it cost to visit the Cardiff Christmas Market?
There is no entrance fee to the Christmas Market or Winter Wonderland, but you do need to reserve your time on the ice rink in advance.
Where to eat and stay in Cardiff
Hotel Indigo is consistently voted one of the best places to stay in Cardiff. If you’re looking for somewhere yum to eat, head to Cafe Citta on Church Street, just a minute’s walk from the Christmas Market.
Recommended Campsite: Just 2 miles from the city centre, Cardiff Caravan and Camping park is worth staying at (it’s open all year).
Edinburgh- Scotland’s famous Christmas Market
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As a festival city, Edinburgh knows exactly how to put up a great show – be it the International Fringe Festival, or Christmas and New Year Celebrations. Visit the Christmas markets, buy handmade Scottish souvenirs, ride on the scariest rides or take a slow ride on Ferris wheel enjoying the panoramic views of old town and new town.
During Christmas, there are many events, pantomimes and shows that run across Edinburgh Theatres. For adrenaline seekers, head to Holyrood Park and hike the Salisbury Crag or Arthur’s seat and enjoy the 360 degree views of Edinburgh.
The main and biggest Christmas Market is held in the Princes Street Gardens (East side). You can also see relatively small Christmas market and rides in St.Andrew Square and George Street.
There are no entrance fee to enjoy Christmas Markets. But there are entry fees for Santa’s Grotto. It is advisable to buy tickets in advance for Santa’s Grotto, or rides, or theatre events. They do get booked up really quick.
What dates is the Edinburgh Christmas Market open this year?
You can see the exact dates and opening hours for this year’s Edinburgh Christmas market here.
Tips for visiting Edinburgh Christmas Market
Don’t miss the famous choirs, the Castle of Light, the amazing tree and thousands of locally produced food and goods.
Christmas season is pretty busy time in Edinburgh, as tourists flock from all the world to experience the magic of this festival and to soak in the celebrations of Hogmanay.
Keeping this in mind, we really do not advice taking cars to the city centres. Having lived in Edinburgh for 9 years, we usually prefer bus or tram to explore the Christmas Markets. Plus you can drink as many Gluhweins you want 🙂
Pay and display parking is available on Frederick Street, George Street, Hanover Street and Waterloo Place.
Recommended places to stay and eat in Edinburgh
Whether you want a fancy dine-in restaurant or a takeaway, Edinburgh has a plethora of restaurants in North Bridge and Rose Street, both of which are close to Edinburgh Christmas Markets. Our personal recommendations are Witchery by the Castle, Hendersons and David Bann, the last two being vegan restaurants.
To stay in the heart of the action, we recommend the Apex City of Edinburgh Hotel or No.11 Brasserie & Boutique Hotel.
Recommended Campsite: Approximately 5 miles outside the city Centre, Edinburgh Caravan and Motorhome club campsite is a great choice (open all year).
Exeter Christmas Market
Another Christmas Market set in the ground of a historic Cathedral, I’ve been visiting the Exeter Christmas market for years.
There is a wonderful mix of unique artisans, selling goods and foods, combined with more traditional decorations. Even better, the market is only a short walk from the main high street and shopping centre, making it easy to do all your Christmas shopping in one day!
When is the Exeter Christmas Market open this year?
You can find the exact dates and opening times for Exeter Christmas Market here
How much does it cost to visit the Exeter Christmas Market?
It’s free to visit the market. You’ll need to pay for parking or to use the Park and Ride.
Tips for visiting the Exeter Christmas Market
The Park and Ride scheme in Exeter is very good, especially if you have a larger vehicle like a motorhome. There is parking right in the centre too- we often park at the Guildhall or Princesshay, but you’ll need to arrive VERY early in the day to get a space. Don’t miss all the other incredible things to do in Devon, even in winter.
Salisbury Christmas Market
Another personal favourite of mine. There’s something about Salisbury Christmas Market which keeps me returning. Set in a large square right in the heart of the city, it’s a lovely atmosphere and you can always find some unique gifts for the ‘hard to buy for’ person on your list.
When is the Salisbury Christmas Market open this year?
You can find the exact opening dates and hours for Salisbury Christmas Market here
How much does it cost to visit Salisbury Christmas Market?
It’s free to visit the Salisbury Christmas Market. The mince pies, however, are not!
Tips for visiting Salisbury Christmas Market
I often meet my mum here to do some family Christmas shopping. She gets the train and I drive and then park in the park & ride. It’s a really well connected city; not far from London or the south west.
Don’t miss out visiting the rest of the city- the Cathedral is worth visiting and the city centre has a lot of history. You should also combine it with a trip to nearby Stonehenge.
Recommended Campsite: For anyone touring the UK with a motorhome or caravan, Salisbury Camping and Caravanning club site is a great choice. It’s open all year and only 3 miles from the city.
Bath Christmas Market
Bath is magical at any time of the year, but at Christmas the city comes even more alive. Every store is full of incredible decorations and the atmosphere is wonderful. Set in front of the Roman baths, you can get a sense of what this area must have been like so many years ago.
Some areas feel like you’re really stepping back in time, especially with the traditional artisans, many of whom you can watch as they create their masterpieces in front of you!
When is the Bath Christmas Market on this Year?
You can find the exact dates and opening times for the Bath Christmas Market this year here
How much does it cost to visit the Bath Christmas Market?
It’s free to visit the Bath Christmas Market.
Recommended Campsite: Bath Waterside & Marina Campsite is a great choice. It’s open all year and 2 miles from the city.
Bury St. Edmunds Christmas Market
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The Bury St. Edmunds Christmas Market is one of the biggest holiday events in East Anglia.
There are sections which only lasts a few days, like the Christmas Fayre in the Cathedral, which has more than 300 stalls. They have a parade and fireworks on the opening night.
The market covers several streets in the city centre. There are also stages providing entertainment near the Cathedral and the Abbey Gardens. Children will enjoy the carnival rides.
You will find all kinds of food throughout the market as well. We had hog roasts. Alternatively, if you would like to have a more upscale meal, check out 1921 Angel Hill. They serve European and British fare and are vegetarian friendly.
When is the Bury St Edmund Christmas Market on this year?
You can see the exact opening times and dates of the Bury St Edmund Christmas Market here.
How much does it cost to visit Bury St Edmunds Christmas Market?
There is no admission charge to visit the Bury St. Edmunds Market.
Tips for visiting the Christmas Market
It’s best to take the train to the Bury St. Edmunds train station, then walk to the market as there is limited parking nearby. Alternatively, there is a park and ride service from the Saxham Business Park.
If you plan on spending the night in Bury St. Edmunds, the Angel Hotel is a historic four-star hotel conveniently located in the city centre.
Recommended Campsite: Bright Meadow Caravan Park is one of the best in the area. It’s open all year and approx. 6 miles from the city.
Belfast- one of Ireland’s best Christmas Markets
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Belfast in Northern Ireland is a fantastic city, brimming with culture and history. It is also a fantastic destination if you want to enjoy one of the UK’s best Christmas Markets.
The Belfast Christmas market is situated in the grounds of Belfast City Hall right in the heart of Belfast.
There is a wide range of things on offer for all ages including international food stalls, children’s entertainment, a beer tent, live music events and Santa’s grotto. Enjoy the festive atmosphere and you may even find some extra special Christmas presents for your loved ones.
How much does it cost to visit Belfast Christmas Market?
There is no entrance fee, so you can feel free just stop by Belfast City Hall, wander around and enjoy the illuminated spectacle as often as you would like.
What dates is the Belfast Christmas Market open this year?
You can see the exact dates and opening hours for the Belfast Christmas Market here
Tips for visiting the Belfast Christmas Market
As the weather in Ireland in December can be a little bit unpredictable, it is recommended to wear waterproof gear and to bring an umbrella. You might also want to stay in the city centre. One of the best hotels only about 0.2 miles from Belfast City Hall is fabulous 5-star The Fitzwilliam Hotel– well worth treating yourself.
York Christmas Market
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The centrepiece of the six week long festive St. Nicholas Fair in the historic city of York is the York Christmas market.
Over 100 alpine style wooden chalets line York’s pedestrianised city centre focusing on the central Parliament Street near the famous cobbled Shambles. The stalls sell a variety of unique, locally made arts and crafts and a range of locally produced treats such as fudge, luxury chocolate and Yorkshire Gin. There are plenty of free samples on offer to tempt you and the market is also a great place to eat dinner.
The market is open seven days a week from mid-morning till late at night. Visitors do not need to pre book or hold a ticket to enter. The market is easily reached on foot from several city centre car parks or is a twenty-minute walk from York railway station.
When is the York Christmas Market on this year?
You can see the dates and opening hours of the York Christmas Market here
How much does it cost to visit the York Christmas Market?
The market is free to enter.
Entertainment in York Christmas Market
Busy shoppers are entertained by bands and buskers and, at night, the illuminated market looks magical. The focal point of the market is the specially erected enormous canvas bar, Thor’s Tipi. Weary shoppers can recharge with a mulled wine or hot chocolate on sheepskin covered beaches in front of a warming open fire.
Where to stay in York for the Christmas Market
Stay at Dean’s Court Hotel or The Best Western Lamb and Lion Hotel, both a short walk from the market and both offer fantastic views of York Minster.
Recommended Campsite: York Rowntree Club Site is well worth a visit. Just 2 miles from the city and it’s open all year.
Lincoln – the UK’s oldest Christmas Market
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Lincoln is widely considered the longest-running mainstream Christmas market in the UK, as it started in 1982. Attracting nearly 250,000 visitors over its short period, there are around 200 stalls with all manner of home made crafts and food.
How much does it cost to visit Lincoln Christmas Market?
There is no entrance fee to the market which takes over the Lincoln Castle grounds and its surrounding area down to Steep Hill.
What dates is Lincoln Christmas Market on this year?
You can see the exact opening hours and dates for Lincoln Christmas Market here
Tips for visiting Lincoln Christmas Market
The best way to visit the Christmas Market, usually open between 10.00 and 21.30 daily, is to get a train in from just outside the city or use the park and ride facilities for a small charge. There is parking available in the city centre but plan to arrive early to avoid the crowds.
Whilst enjoying browsing the many stalls, a visit to the fairground area just behind the castle can give you spectacular views across the city, taking in the castle and Lincoln’s Cathedral right down to the Brayford Wharf and River Witham.
Where to stay
When visiting the Christmas Market the White Hart Hotel puts you right at the centre of the action. Step out of the door and you are part of the market crowds. After strolling around all the Christmas Market has to offer Ole Ole Spanish Tapas (on the opposite side of the castle to the Hotel) is an inexpensive place to grab great food.
Cambridge Christmas Market
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Just when the winter chill sets in over the Cam River, the Christmas markets in and around Cambridge bring a festive atmosphere to the city. The city’s squares and streets are lit up and there’s no better way to get into the cheerful spirit than a visit to the market.
Here you will find over sixty lively, closely packed stalls that are a delight to wander through in your search for that perfect gift. Find everything from local arts and crafts to handmade jewellery, books and vinyl records.
I particularly enjoy the wide selection of good food and drink stalls, sampling cuisine from around the world. The market is frequented by a variety of people creating a good blend of diverse cultures and different languages.
When is the Cambridge Christmas Market on this year?
You can see the dates and opening times for Cambridge Christmas Market here
Tips for visiting Cambridge Christmas Market
Fortunately, there is no entrance fee and the market is open every day. The location adjacent to the St. Mary’s Church makes for a convenient stop as you are never too far from it no matter where in the city you find yourself. There’s also one of the best places for coffee in Cambridge nearby.
The North Pole Cambridge festival, which takes place at the same time, also features a pop-up ice rink, fairground rides, and an alpine bar. Prepare to get into some serious festive cheer all while sipping on hot chocolate or hot-spiced wine well into the night.
Recommended Campsite: For motorhomers and caravanners, head to Cambridge Cherry Hinton Site. Open all year and just 3 miles from Cambridge.
Oxford Christmas Market
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A lesser-known UK Christmas market that is well worth visiting is in the city of Oxford, just a 1-hour journey from London. While there are plenty of things to see and do in Oxford, if you’re just keen to visit the market, you can easily take an Oxford day trip from London or any other UK city, fitting in a few other Oxford attractions as well as some Christmassy food and drink at the market.
When is Oxford Christmas Market on this year?
You can find the exact dates and opening hours of the Oxford Christmas Market here
Tips for visiting the Oxford Christmas Market
Like many of the best UK Christmas Markets, there is no entrance fee and no need to purchase tickets in advance. The market can be found on Broad Street, stretching all the way from the corner of Cornmarket to the famous Sheldonian Theatre.
The best things to eat and drink at the market including mulled wine, bratwurst sausages, local cheeses, crepes and waffles. You can shop for Christmas decorations and trinkets as well as goods from local Oxford businesses like soaps and jewellery.
Central Oxford is limited in terms of parking but there are three Park & Rides around the outskirts of the city where you can park your car and jump on a quick bus into the city centre. Motorhome parking is available at all of these.
Where to stay
Don’t limit your time in Oxford to just one day- there are loads of things to do in Oxford apart from the market.
One of the best places to stay is the Malmaison Oxford, a refurbished jail with luxury suites! There are countless places to eat in Oxford like the White Rabbit Pub known for its wood-fired pizzas and craft ales.
Recommended Campsite: One of the closest is the Oxford Camping and Caravanning Club. There is talk of this site closing during winter but currently it’s open all year.
Nottingham Christmas Market
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Nottingham is another of the best Christmas markets in the UK. What I love most about it is that every stall is different and there are many small, independent businesses selling unique products instead of the usual Christmas knickknacks that you can find anywhere. With stalls selling everything from genuine drinking horns to home-brewed mead to local cheese and handcrafted gifts, there’s something for everyone.
There is live entertainment on the weekends, an open-air ice skating rink, a helter-skelter (which also doubles as a bar), various fairground attractions, a ski lodge bar and even an ice bar with a different theme each year.
When is the Nottingham Christmas Market on this year?
You can see the dates and opening hours of the Nottingham Christmas Market here
How much does it cost to visit Nottingham Christmas Market?
There is no admission fee for the market itself but you do need to book online and pay in advance to visit the Ice Bar or ice skating rink.
Tips for visiting Nottingham Christmas Market
The Christmas market takes place in the Old Market Square (NG1 2DT) and is usually open from 10am until 10pm on Sundays, 11pm on Mondays – Thursdays and midnight on Fridays and Saturdays.
There are several pay and display car parks near to the market square with the closest being the Lace Market car park (NG1 1QE) but it’s often much easier to use one of the park and ride car parks just outside of Nottingham and catch the tram into the city centre.
Where to eat when you visit the Nottingham Christmas Market
There are many food options at the market itself from bratwurst sausages, to pulled pork burgers, bubble waffles and grilled cheese sandwiches but there is also the nearby Street Food Club located in the Intu Victoria Centre which features Christmas themed food options.
If you fancy something a bit more substantial, Nottingham is renowned as a foodie heaven and home to some great independent restaurants like Annie’s Burger Shack, Oscar and Rosie’s and George’s Great British Kitchen. And you can’t forget to visit Doughnotts for dessert!
Where to stay
To be in the heart of the action, stay at the Lace Market Hotel and make a weekend of it! Don’t forget to visit the Robin Hood statue just down the road!
Recommended Campsite: Stay at Thortons Holt campsite- it’s open all year, has hard standing pitches and has fairly easy access to the city.
London Winter Wonderland
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Christmas in London is a great time of year with many decorative lights and markets dotted around the capital. The most well-known market to visit during the run-up to Christmas is located inside Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park – a large open-air festival with heaps of attractions.
Here you will find a large traditional German style market where you can shop for handmade crafts and gifts and enjoy delicious street food including raclette, bratwurst and mulled wine (glühwein).
As well as the market there are other festive things to do including an ice skating rink, Santa’s grotto, a giant observation wheel, fairground rides, shows/circuses and themed indoor and outdoor bars serving large steins of beer with live music. There is also a huge outdoor area called the Ice Kingdom with children’s film character ice sculptures along with ice sculpting workshops.
When is London Winter Wonderland open this year?
You can find the exact dates and opening times of the Hyde Park Winter Wonderland here
How to get to London’s Winter Wonderland
The best way to visit is by public transport – there are many buses that stop near the entrance- or take the London Underground tube to either Knightsbridge, Green Park, Marble Arch or Hyde Park Corner stations.
Try to visit the venue outside of peak hours (evenings and weekends) as the Winter Wonderland is extremely popular with both locals and visitors. Entry is free but some of the attractions inside need to be booked in advance so check their website before you visit.
Where to stay when you visit the Hyde Park Winter Wonderland
There’s so much more to see in London at Christmas time. Just walking around, looking at the incredible shopfront displays and enjoying the bustle of Christmas shoppers. If you can, it’s worth staying for a few days.
Recommended Campsite: Obviously, there are plenty of campsites within easy reach of London, but one of the best is Abbey Wood. This site is open all year and has really easy access to the tube network- it will take you about 50 minutes to reach the Winter Wonderland on the tube from here.
There are, of course, MANY other UK Christmas Markets, but these are some of the best. I hope that, whichever you choose, you have a wonderful and fun festive trip.
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Just a note, Lincoln Christmas Market does not allow Dogs, not sure about any others…
Good to know! Thanks for sharing that. 🙂