While many holiday markets dwindle after Christmas, outside traditional Germanic regions they can last longer. Here are some European markets worth visiting after the winter holidays and into the New Year.
With pop-up markets around the city center and the centuries-old shops along Via San Gregorio Armeno, there is no shortage of holiday cheer in Naples.
Discover resources for finding Christmas markets in your area and see the markets in Kaiserslautern.
There are so many layers of history in the area between Plovdiv and Veliko Tarnovo, visiting central Bulgaria feels like stepping back in time.
Therme Erding claims to be the world’s biggest spa. Spend the whole day enjoying family time in the healing waters and exciting pools or submit to total relaxation in the adult area.
Join Jasper the dog as he follows his super sniffer and greets ice skaters during a jaunt through a glorious Christmas market.
Nothing puts us more in a holly, jolly mood than Germany’s famous Christmas markets. The Mainz and Wiesbaden Christmas markets in particular know just how to transform the Scrooges into Buddy the Elf.
Oberhausen, located about three and a half hours from the KMC area, is the perfect place for a fun-filled weekend.
Check out these seven European ski destinations perfect for the whole family. From the Pyrenees to the Alps, these slopes are sure to make for a fun holiday.
Here is a list of some of our favorite markets. Be ready to celebrate the season and grab yourself a steaming mug of glühwein.