So let’s continue with the cherylhoward.com European Christmas market tour. So far I’ve taken you to markets in Prague including the ones held at Wenceslas Square and Old Town Square. Then there was the cute market in Bratislava’s Old Town and the one I went to a few weeks ago in Berlin at Schloss Charlottenburg. Next up? The markets in the ever beautiful city of Vienna!
The Wiener Christkindlmarkt at Rathausplatz is the biggest and most well known of all Christmas markets in Vienna. As usual, I browsed the stalls, drank mulled wine, ate some sausage and pondered just when I’d be moving to Europe. And that happened a mere 5 months later.
Here’s the stunning city hall.
With drink, there must be food!
While this Christmas market is quite touristy, the setting couldn’t be any pretty and romantic. It has me thinking about driving through Austria, a country I’d love to visit again someday.
If you’re interested in visiting Christmas markets in Vienna (which I highly recommend), check out this Comprehensive Guide to Vienna Christmas Markets.
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