The Brussels-based European organization meant to promote culture and tourism in Europe, European Best Destinations, is running a vote for Europe’s best Christmas market and all four Visegrád countries are represented: the Czech Republic with Prague, Hungary with Budapest, Poland with Gdańsk, and Slovakia with Bratislava.
Yes, many other cities are included, such as the southwest German town of Trier, arguably most famous for being the birthplace of Karl Marx, but we would be remiss in our duty if suggesting any other than the four cities mentioned in the lead.
The contest is open until Dec. 10 but be careful: You can only click once on your choice within 24 hours.
Title image: Budapest Christmas market ( source: https://www.europeanbestdestinations.com/christmas-markets)
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