Christmas markets in and around Nancy

From November 22, 2013 to December 28, 2013
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Christmas markets in and around Nancy 57000 Metz fr

Nancy

November 22 to December 24

Between the station and the commercial quarter of St Sébastian and not too far from the place Charles III, a multitude of wooden chalets bring the village to life. With a varied choice of gifts, jewellery and artisanal treasure as well as the obligatory mulled wine, ginger bread and sweets; there is something for everyone!

Metz

November 23 to December 28

The Metz Christmas market is definitely not to be missed! It is one of the most exciting end-of-year shopping experiences! The whole town is taken over by traditional wooden chalets. In the place Saint Louis, you can pick up some traditional produce, or visit Father Christmas in the place du Forum and even see some local handicrafts on the Esplanade!  Metz has been renowned for its Christmas markets for over fifteen years, and is one of the most successful in Eastern France! Don’t miss out on all the excitement on offer!

Plombières-les-Bains

November 30 to December 22

This famous yet authentic Christmas market, which takes place every weekend in December, attracts over 80000 visitors. With something different happening every weekend, you’ll want to be a part of it! 
Don’t miss out!

Sarreguemines

November 30 to December 24

The Place du Marché is magically transformed and hosts over 45 wooden chalets during the Christmas period. Visitors are encouraged to stroll through market, sampling the delicious treats on over. Take in the sensual smells of mulled wine and gauffres, and of course don’t forget the roasted chestnuts! The whole town will be decorated in all its dreamlike splendour, the festive and warm ambiance will enchant and captivate you!

Epinal

28 November 28 to 24 December

The Christmas Village brings together over 40 stalls across the three town squares; visitors will have their spirits lifted by the welcoming atmosphere and can warm up with mulled wine and home-made shortbread! There is plenty of fun to be had for children too, why not try your skills at the open-air ice rink?

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