The Scandinavian Christmas Markets happening in London this November is a must visit for everyone with a hint of Viking blood in their veins. If you can’t go to Scandinavia pre Christmas, this is as close as you get to the real deal. Unleash the Scandinavian in you, and sink into a traditional Nordic Christmas spirit with fellow Scandi lovers.
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Danish Bazar kicks of their annual Christmas Bazar in leafy Hampstead, just a short tube ride up from the city. Sink into a traditional Danish Christmas spirit with everything from wrapping paper and Christmas decoration to yummy cookies and Christmas brew. Don’t leave without picking up some fresh pine tree branches for decoration.
Danish Christmas Bazar London takes place on the 24-25 November 2012. Find out more here
The Swedish Christmas Fair is hosted by the Swedish Church, centrally located close to the Baker Street tube station. This fair is renowned for their delicious gingerbread men cookies and the Swedish mulled wine, glögg. There’s also lots of decoration like “Tomten” (Swedish Santa) and other necessities you would need to get ready for the coming holiday. But with live music and stall women and men dressed up in national costumes, this is the place to get a feel for the true Christmas spirit!
The Swedish Christmas Fair in London takes place on the 22, 24-25 November 2012. Find out more here