The Christmas Markets season is upon us and with some many markets to choose from we are spoiled for choice. Explore the Christmas Markets and enjoy some last minute Christmas shopping for loved ones and then put your feet up and relax at any of our city centre locations.
Belfast Christmas Market
Runs from the 19th November – 22nd December, 10am – 8pm
The Belfast Christmas Market returns to Belfast City Hall on Saturday 19 November from 12 noon. With even more variety for all Christmas Market lovers, this year’s market is set to be the best yet!
Find an exciting selection of hand-painted pottery, continental food, decorations, and a wide range of festive arts and crafts from across Europe and beyond.
20 additional stalls located at the front of Belfast City Hall, outside the main entrance gates, will feature numerous local food and craft producers to celebrate Northern Ireland’s Year of Food and Drink 2016.
Liverpool Christmas Market
Runs from 18th November – 22nd December
Liverpool's Christmas Market opens on St George's Plateau on Friday 18th November 2016, the same day as the worldwide release of the new Harry Potter blockbuster, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, in which the hall and plateau both have a starring role!
Facing Lime Street station, the festive market will act as the shop window to the city's Christmas offer and will feature more than 40 stalls selling food, arts & crafts. The market, which will be animated throughout its run with specially designed creative interventions, will also feature traditional Christmas fare including gingerbread, roasted chestnuts and hot mulled wine.
Manchester Christmas Market
Runs from 10th November – 21st December
Arguably the largest and Best Christmas Market in the country, Manchester Christmas Markets is the ideal destination for a festive group outing. Markets are spread across the city centre, some 300 traders offer mouth-watering international food, drinks and delicately crafted Yuletide gifts in the heart of this buzzing city.
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