Christmastime in Vienna

Christmastime in Vienna

Is there a better build-up to Christmas than visiting a European Christmas Market? If so, I’d like to know what it is. Maybe it’s all that Glühwein and Orange Punch that I can’t pass by that helps, but even as a devout atheist I can’t help but respect the Austrians for adhering to the meaning of Christmas more than I do.

I absolutely love Austria at Christmastime, especially in places like the Tyrol, but if you like to add some culture to your bratwurst and beer, then Vienna is hard to beat.

When we were here the week before Christmas in 2016, it even snowed to give it the magical icing on the Christmas cake.

There’s no point in waffling on about what market is where, I’ll just let the pictures do the talking. As for the culture, I’ll be dealing with all that later – hopefully.

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9 thoughts on “Christmastime in Vienna

    1. Easymalc Post author

      Thanks Don. The German Christmas Markets are great too. You have one in Frankfurt I know, but have never been to it

      1. Nemorino

        Truth be told, I’m not a big fan of Christmas Markets, but I am looking forward to the one in Karlsruhe this coming weekend where I can meet some old VT friends at the annual Glühwein meeting.


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