Recently hailed as the most popular Christmas market in the UK, Edinburgh’s market is host to over 60 stalls, a ferris wheel, ice rink, and double carousel. The market has been split across East and West Prince Street Gardens this year to make it a safe place for visitors following the ongoing effects of COVID-19. Running from 20 November - 4 January 2022
The largest authentic German market outside of Germany and Austria prepares to grace the streets of Birmingham for another year. The world famous market boasts an extensive range of authentic Bavarian cuisine as well as beautiful hand-crafted gifts, perfect for stocking fillers and early Christmas gifts. Running from 4 November to 23 December.
With a 32m high observation wheel at its heart, Nottingham’s Winter Wonderland returns this year with over 40 Bavarian-style stalls, an Apres ski bar and children's fairground rides. Running from 15 November to 31 December.
Hosted in the heart of Albert Square, Manchester’s festive favourite food stalls return for another year. With Spanish, Mexican, Dutch and Greek delicacies on offer as well as the British classics, there is no shortage of options. Running from 12 November to 22 December.
London’s extremely popular Winter Wonderland is back for another year and bigger than ever. With everything from ice sculpting classes to roller coasters, the capital’s biggest festive event has everything you could dream of for the perfect Christmas day out. Running 19 November to 3 January.
Located opposite the charming Chester Cathedral, the magical Chester Christmas Market provides an intimate Christmas experience bringing the best local businesses together for a month of holiday joy. Running from 18 November to 22 December.
The St Nicholas Fair will fill the Yorkshire air with roasted chestnuts and mulled wine again this year. Amongst the alpine chalets will be a range of Christmas gifts as well as seasonal food and drinks. And it wouldn’t be a Christmas market without a vintage carousel. Running from 18 November to 23 December.
With a local-trader focus to this year's market, Newcastle’s Christmas market seeks to bring an emphasis on helping local businesses showcase their finest produce. Visitors can soak up the atmosphere with a sip of locally brewed beer or join in with a Christmas carol with the angelic voices of the city choir. Running from 29 November to 26 December.
Back at the Belfast City Hall after a year out and filled with sweet treats, unique arts and crafts, as well as the all important Santa’s Grotto. Proof of COVID status is needed for this market on the weekends, which is something to bear in mind. Running from 20 November to 23 December.
112 wooden chalets will line the historic streets of Winchester for this year's Christmas market, which is often dubbed as one of the best in Europe. The impressive range of seasonal treats on offer will make their return along with a large ice rink perfect for a winter evening date night. Running from 19 November to 22 December.