England, Scotland and Wales – Christmas Fairs and Markets

England, Scotland and Wales – Christmas Fairs and Markets

With Autumn upon us and thoughts turning to the Winter and the Christmas period and festivities. Amongst those thoughts will be Christmas shopping and a popular part of that are the wide array of enchanting Christmas Fairs and Markets, that are a wonderful opportunity to sample and buy local produce, craft work, Christmas Gifts and to take lunch.
The best way to source these are by official tourists links and here are some suggestions:

Visit England Christmas Markets

Visit London Christmas Markets

Visit Scotland Christmas Markets

Visit Wales Christmas Markets

We are also offend asked if there are tours that include a visit to Christmas Markets and local attractions and indeed there are some excellent options and this is a great way to combine a sightseeing day out with a Christmas Market.

Here is a great suggestion and more details:

This exclusive tour can be booked here

Christ Church's great hall

Expert Blue Badge Guide

Luxury Air Conditioned Coach

Panoramic Tour of Cambridge

Walking Tour of Cambridge

Panoramic Tour of Oxford

Walking Tour of Oxford

Optional visit to Christchurch

Oxford Christmas Market Time for Lunch

First we visit Cambridge, for a panoramic coach and walking tour. Cambridge is the iconic, world-renowned University City and the celebrated Cavendish Laboratory, you’ll be taken on a walking tour through the streets of the city to see the university’s oldest college, Peterhouse, which dates back to 1284! See King’s College Chapel and its gorgeous Gothic architecture, built by a succession of English kings from 1446 to 1515. This unique building features huge stained glass windows and amazing acoustics – the chapel is the home of the talented King’s College Choir. You’ll also see the Cambridge University Library during your visit

Oxford Christmas Market
The city of dreaming spires will again be filled with festive joy as the Oxford Christmas Market returns to the heart of the city on beautiful and historic Broad Street. With over 50 exhibitors with a wide range of local produce, crafts and Christmas Gifts

There will be time in Oxford for lunch at one of many great restaurants, historic pubs, sample the food delights from the Christmas market or you may choose to bring food with you

First it is a panoramic coach and walking tour of Oxford, famous for being home to the oldest university in the English speaking world – countless bright young things have wandered the town’s cobbled streets over the years! During this guided walking tour you will see the stunning Bodleian Library and furtively discover unspoilt narrow alleyways, ancient squares and towering spires

Christ Church
Depending on how you want to use your time and maybe spend less time at the market, there is an optional fully guided visit to the renowned Christ Church College, where you can stroll through the quaint courtyards and mingle with students. Fans of the Harry Potter film series will be able to pick out key Christ Church filming locations – the college was used for a number of well-known scenes! The college’s Great Hall appeared as the setting for Hogwarts

During the whole day you will be accompanied by a fully qualified expert Blue Badge Guide, who will give you commentary en-route to Oxford and Cambridge and if you choose the optional visit to Christchurch this will be fully guided

Other London Christmas Tours

Other Christmas Tours

Regular London Tours

Other Regular Tours

Posted on October 5, 2015, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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