Are you looking for a special gift for Christmas? Do you like to spend a week-end on the snow and enjoy the Christmas magic atmosphere?
You must visit the Christmas Markets in Italy. The Christmas markets are an excellent opportunity to organize an holiday : from the shopping to the dinner, staying in typical hotels and enjoying typical local food.

The most popular and pictureque are the Christmas markets in Trentino Alto Adige. The towns, that hosts these markets, are very closed to the ski areas, a good opportunity for the ski lovers to enjoy some winter activities during the stay.
Bressanone, Bolzano, Trento, Vipiteno offers a rich program during the Christmas time : Music bands and Christmas Carols, Exibithions, Cultural guided tours , Horse-carriage tours, Children programs and animations and Local food  and wine tasting and restaurants special menus.

During the holiday season, you’ll find in San Marino a glittering world of opportunity for recreation, shopping, entertainment: Christmas markets,Christmas Village, the House of Santa Claus, concerts, performances, creative workshops, Nativity,New Year’s concert,buskers and entertainment for children. An opportunity to visit this beautiful medieval town.

Like every year, Rome dresses Christmas Decoration and focuses street performers, acrobats, jugglers, artisans and traders in the setting of Piazza Navona.This square market is specialized in Christmas decorations: Here you will find everything to decorate your tree and the crib. Mix traditional elements with modern ones letting you choose between classic decor and more original ones. Many stands, that sell sweets and delicacies for children and all the greedy.

If you’re going to spend some days in Naples, you don’t have to miss the market in Via San Gregorio Armeno, called also the “The picturesque pastors street in Naples”.This is the famous street of the nativity scene makers in Naple, famous worldwide for its numerous shops dedicated to the art of the crib. Here you can find everything for the crib, from houses made of cork or cardboard in different sizes, “mechanical”objects driven by electrical energy such as windmills or waterfalls, to the hand-painted terracotta nativity figurines. The street is very busy in this period, by the way it can be visited throughout the year: most of the shops are always open and they show off their wares.

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