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Christmas Markets in Vienna

Romantic Festive Season in Vienna

Is Christmas your favourite season? Then you should experience the beautiful Christmas Markets in Vienna and let yourself be enchanted by the fabulous locations of the Christmas Markets in the Austrian capital. The Christmas Markets at the Vienna Rathausplatz and in front of Schoenbrunn Palace are the Christmas highlights in Vienna. Here romance, nostalgia and fairytale landscapes await you.

The many little stalls awaiting you at the Christmas markets in Vienna offer delicious punch, sweets and great Christmas presents. Fantastically decorated park trees create the perfect festive mood during Advent time in Austria.

Get into the mood for Christmas: with mulled wine, gingerbread and roasted chestnuts

Visit the atmospheric Christmas Market in Schoenbrunn or the original Christmas Market at the Vienna Rathausplatz. In the town centre you can indulge in a hot cup of mulled wine and traditional Austrian sweet pastries. The Christmas markets in Vienna open their stalls from the middle of November until December 26th, daily from 10am until 9.30pm, on bank holidays and Saturdays until 10pm. On Christmas Eve the stalls are open from 10am until 6pm for you. This may offer an ideal opportunity to get that final present you have been looking for?

Christmas Markets in Vienna: Vienna for kids

Young visitors to Vienna will not miss out – it is a special time of year dedicated to the family after all. The Elves Workshop offers a great opportunity for your little ones to handcraft unique presents for Mum, Dad, Grandpa or Grandma – offering plenty of time for parents to browse the Christmas Market stalls in their own time.

A unique experience with your family during Advent time: get into the mood for Christmas and visit the Christmas Markets in Vienna. For a relaxed stay you have five centrally located Vienna Schick Hotels offering a comfortable room. Why not book online now!

Erzherzog Rainer
Am Parkring
City Central
Das Schick
Wiener Wirtschaft