In the dates we are here, the cities of Spain are busy with Christmas: the streets show their best lighting, the Christmas decoration floods the shop windows, the smell of roasted chestnuts invades the sidewalks ... But, if there is an endearing element that indicates that the Autumn is coming to an end, it's the Christmas markets. You want to know which are Christmas markets essential before the end of the year?

Christmas market- square
Square image with market at Christmas


10 Christmas markets ideal for visiting as a family

  1. Market of the Plaza Mayor: possibly the oldest in Spain; Without a doubt, the most popular. There is something for something Christmas market that attracts more tourists from the rest of the world to Spain. Its location in the heart of the capital and its more than 100 booths with Christmas sweets, ornaments, Bethlehem figurines and artisanal objects make it an ideal option to visit with the whole family. The December 31 is dismantled. Hurry up!
  1. Barón de Cárcer Christmas Market (Valencia): its more than 300 stalls make it one of the largest in Spain. It is located in the Central Market and has a great offer of figures for the Portal. Another great option in the city is the Christmas Market of Columbus. You will tell us which one you find most interesting ...
  1. Badajoz Christmas Market: being the youngest of these Christmas markets that we bring to you, the environment that has achieved what makes one of the most special to discover with children. Solidarity carols, collecting letters to the Kings, traditional concerts ... Ah, of course! They also assemble some 50 booths with typical Christmas items. Are you going to meet him this year?
  1. Feria de los Belenes (Seville): 20 years old one of the most famous belenista markets in Europe. If the magic of Christmas seems amazing to you, get ready to visit this market that surrounds the popular Cathedral of Seville, with its Giralda. This year celebrates special activities (concerts, nativity scene contests, etc.). They take it down the 23, you still have time to get to know it
  1. Craft Christmas Market of Seville: The city of Seville demonstrates every year why is it one of the most Christmas in the country.

    Sevilla Skyskanner
    Craft Market of Seville, in Plaza Nueva. Image: Skyskanner

    To the previous market we must add the Handicraft Market mounted in Plaza Nueva, a few meters from the Belenista Fair. Do not miss it! You will discover many surprises ...

  1. Granada Christmas Market: until the day of Kings will be mounted this Christmas market with 70 posts in which to find typical products such as nativity figures or Easter candy. One more excuse, among many others, to visit Granada at Christmas ...
  1. Fira de Santa Llúcia (Barcelona): with more than 200 years of history had offered us, this Christmas market next to the Cathedral of Barcelona is divided into 3 sectors: crafts, Christmas trees and belenismo. Is it the latter that you first visit with the children? But ... do not wait any longer, your last day is the December 23!
  1. Zaragoza Christmas Market: in front of the Basilica del Pilar is located is a cozy Christmas market with 40 booths where you can buy objects related to these dates. The best, your spectacular nativity scene of 2.500 square meters and the large number of animations for the little ones: parades, games, stories, skating rink ... Is not it ideal as a Christmas market to visit with children?
  1. Street Market Bailén (Bilbao): In the heart of the city, this market is located with more than 40 wooden stands. Crafts, Nativity figures and typical Basque products their exhibitors take over. bread, cheese, pastries, honey ... There is a choice!
  1. Craft Fair of Valladolid: a classic among the Castilian-Leonese. Thousands of decorative items, jewelry, clothing or toys in a market especially designed for children. If you are looking for a Christmas market to go with children, this is your site.

Detail of position in Christmas market

Will you do any of the visits to the Christmas markets that we propose? Tell us about your experience and ... Enjoy Christmas with your family!


Fecha: 15 / 12 / 2017|Categories: Nativity scenes|Tags: , , , , , , |

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