Sunday, December 11, 2016

Info about, for or on 2016 Christmas markets / Mercatino di Natale in Italy


Here are some links about, for or on 2016 Christmas markets in Italy

  • 10 of the Best Christmas Markets in Italy – "Christmas markets in Italy are one of our favorite parts of, well, Christmas in Italy! Not only are they beautiful and atmospheric (and a great place to get that holiday shopping done), but they make for an especially fun way to get to know an area’s local traditions, delicacies and artisans. Since we love sustainable and immersive travel, we think that’s always a plus! Here are our 10 favorite Christmas markets in Italy, from Naples on up to the Dolomites" – November 27, 2013 – By – "ABOUT US: BLOG" – "ABOUT" – Source: Found in the WALKS OF ITALY  Blog  – "Free Italy travel tips, advice, news, updates, and ideas for any vacation to Bella Italia!" on the WALKS OF ITALY – "TAKE WALKS WITH FRIENDS." – "With small groups on all our tours, you're in for a much more friendly experience."
  • 14 Best Christmas Markets in Italy Which Will Assure You a Merry Christmas! – "Christmas is around the corner, well not exactly! But still, we are pumped up as ever. The overall vibe of Christmas is just unmatchable, the city turns a million times more colorful and enchanting. The pleasant Christmas Carols,  the vibrantly lit streets and a merry atmosphere everywhere is what Christmas is all about! But way before the eve, there are the preparations; the Christmas tree decoration, the cake making and what not! And for all these preparations we present to you the list of some of the best Christmas markets in Italy selling all kinds of goodies!" – Sep 29, 2016 – by: MANDAR PANDHARE – "About Us" – Source: TripHobo – "Best Vacation Planner for Your Next Holiday!"
  • Christmas Markets 2016 in Italy – "Christmas Markets in Italy are popular both with the locals and visitors from Europe and the UK. The markets known in Italian as Mercatino di Natale are not as numerous or on the same grand scale as the network of markets in Germany. Nevertheless, a visit to an Italian Christmas Market is one to remember, whether it be the Piazza Navona in Rome or one of the smaller Italian Xmas Markets in the Italian Alps, for example the Trentino region." – "Place, Date and Link to the Christmas Markets" – Source: Found in the Christmas Markets 2016 section on – "" – In English, German, Swedish
  • Italian Christmas Markets – "Although Christmas Markets in Italy are not as big as in Germany, Italian Christmas Markets are held many places, from big cities to small villages. They may last from a couple of days to a month or longer, often going through Epiphany on January 6. The Italian for Christmas market is Mercatino di Natale." – Updated August 17, 2016 – By Martha Bakerjian, Italy Travel Expert – Source: Found in the Italy Travel section on 
  • Top Ten Christmas Markets in Italy – "As Christmas approaches, Carol King selects the top 10 Christmas markets in Italy which offer gift ideas, decorations, local handicrafts and – best of all – festive food and wine." – Sunday, November 10, 2013 - 15:24 – Carol King – "About Us" – Source: italy magazine – "Everything Italy. Authentically Italian."
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