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UK’s most popular Christmas markets revealed, including Edinburgh and Manchester

The UK’s most popular Christmas markets have been revealed, including Edinburgh, Bath, Manchester and London – and the good news is that many are happening for 2021

Edinburgh has the UK’s most popular Christmas market

The UK’s most popular Christmas markets have been revealed and Edinburgh has been crowned the winner for those looking for a festive break.

Oh, and for those who want to explore, there is good news as Edinburgh is one of the UK’s confirmed Christmas markets for 2021, alongside other hot spots on the list such as Manchester, London and York.

The Edinburgh Market will currently run from November 20 to January 1, with over 77 stalls selling everything from crafts and festive gifts to mulled wine and German bratwurst, as well as many attractions such as a maze of Christmas trees and Santa’s cave.

New search by vacation search engine unveiled the new Top 10 list after looking at the factors for market popularity on Instagram that Britons most searched for when it comes to Christmas preparations. The number of Christmas markets – in addition to the main offer – was also taken into account.

Bath took home the silver medal in the rankings, having long been a favorite thanks to its twinkling lights, bustling markets, singers, and magnificent architecture. Unfortunately, this year the physical market has been canceled, although a virtual event is planned.

Third place went to Manchester, whose market is scheduled to run from November 12 to December 22, although exact locations and details are yet to be confirmed. (What we do know is that there will be plenty of amazing food and drink, including Hungarian goulash, Spanish paella, and hearty pork roasts).

You can check out the full top 10 list below …

Top 10 Most Popular UK Christmas Markets

  1. Edinburgh, Scotland
  2. Bath, England (Canceled for 2021, virtual event instead)
  3. Manchester, England
  4. London, England
  5. York, England
  6. Nottingham, England
  7. Birmingham, England
  8. Glasgow, Scotland
  9. Lincoln, England
  10. Cardiff, Wales

Christmas markets can be a great day or a mini break if you’re looking to get into the holiday spirit.

After all, they’re full of wooden chalets where you can shop for gifts, crafts, and seasonal decorations, not to mention that they often have fun attractions like Santa’s Caves, ice rinks, and themed bars. alpine. Oh, and of course there are all those delicious gourmet delights too, from mulled wine and hot chocolate to gingerbread cookies!

If you are looking for more inspiration for the holiday season, you can bookmark our Christmas Markets page which we update regularly with the latest discounts, updates and other news that we think you will want. on your radar.

Oh, and for some big party dreams, why not book a trip to one of the most party-friendly hotels in the world where you’ll find everything from epic decorations to suites that will make you feel like you’ve stepped into a land of the winter wonders. Oh, and there’s even a hotel that celebrates Christmas all year round.

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