Festive Winter Wonderlands!

Get ready to feel at your most festive with our biggest ever choice of Christmas Market destinations!

Our allocated seats ensure you're sat together for your festive experience. Plus, we offer a market-leading 22kg baggage* allowance so you can pack plenty of Christmas gifts to bring back home.

*charges apply

  • Berlin Christmas Markets


    Markets: 15th Nov – 3rd Jan
    Currency: Euro
    Language: German
    Beer: 3 Euros

    Brace yourself for a brilliant Christmas in Berlin. Germany’s capital boasts more than 60 Christmas markets, so you’ve a staggering selection for enjoying the festivities. Charlottenburg Palace is the place to be. Here you can sip mulled wine, dine under heated tents or explore the nearby glistening Winterwald forest. For festivities with a retro feel, head over to the Weihnachtzeit Market and take a ride on a 50m tall Ferris wheel.

  • Copenhagen Christmas Markets


    Markets: 15th Nov – 3rd Jan
    Currency: Kroner
    Language: Danish
    Beer: 42 Kroner

    This elegant city also takes an elegant approach to Christmas celebrations. Stock up on Danish delicacies such as vanilla cookies and winter-spiced wine while you explore Tivoli Gardens. One of the world’s oldest theme parks, you can ride on a vintage wooden rollercoaster before browsing its festive shops in quaint huts.

  • Krakow Christmas Markets


    Markets: 27th Nov – 8th Jan
    Currency: Euro
    Language: Polish
    Beer: 6 Zloty

    Poland’s second biggest city hosts a stunning Christmas market at its Main Square. In the heart of the walled Old Town, it’s one of the largest medieval squares in Europe. All that space grants you access to a staggering range of stalls, offering up handcrafted items such as glass baubles, tin toys and wooden ornaments. It even has a Christmas crib contest.

  • Vienna Christmas Markets


    Markets: 23rd Nov - 27th Dec
    Currency: Euro
    Language: German
    Beer: 3 Euros

    The Austrian capital boasts more than 20 Christmas Markets set in palace courtyards and grand squares. Christkindlmarkt is the biggest and most popular, taking place outside the elegant Vienna City Hall, bronzed by golden fairy lights and a huge Christmas tree. The Schönbrunn Market is also incredibly inviting, where artisan markets offer silk scarves and hand-painted glass ornaments, while the scent of roasted chestnuts linger in the air.

  • Prague Christmas Markets


    Markets: 27th Nov – 2nd Jan
    Currency: Koruna
    Language: Czech
    Beer: 60 Koruna

    Marvel at the huge Christmas tree of the Old Town Square, take your pick from handcrafted trinkets at Wenceslas Square, and sample sweetly spiced cookies at Namesti Republiky. Stables of sheep, donkeys and goats set out sparkling nativity scenes, while barbecued sausages and sugar-dusted pastries create a tempting aroma under a starry night sky.

  • Budapest Christmas Markets


    Markets: 29th Nov – 31st Dec
    Currency: Forint
    Language: Hungarian
    Beer: 300 Forint

    Taking place in Vörösmarty Square, you'll witness the warm golden glow of hundreds of artisan stalls sculpting shimmering crystal ornaments. You can even hear the harmonious sounds of a live choir and see the daily unveiling of the advent calendar before visiting St. Stephen's Basilica to enjoy its free ice-skating rink!

  • Düsseldorf Christmas Markets


    Markets: 22nd Nov - 23rd Dec
    Currency: Euro
    Language: German
    Beer: 5 Euros

    With six Christmas Markets in Düsseldorf, you will definitely be spoilt for choice! See the sparkling illuminations, tinsel and huge pine trees of the Marktplatz Christmas Market. Inside fancy wooden huts, you'll be amazed by master craftsmen sculpting beautiful ornaments. Warm your hands with a bag of roasted almonds and enjoy German mountain cheese at the Schadowplatz Christmas Market then skate on the free ice rink of Gustaf-Grüngens-Platz Market.

  • Barcelona Christmas Markets


    Markets: 30th Nov - 23rd Dec
    Currency: Euro
    Language: Spanish
    Beer: 3.5 Euros

    At Barcelona Cathedral, you'll discover the city's oldest and biggest Christmas market, the Fira de Santa Llucia, where you can try creamy almond nougat soaked in sweet honey. The Fira de Nadal a la Sagrada Familia sits at the foot of the famous attraction, making a beautiful backdrop surrounded by the cities 30 miles of Christmas lights!