Christmas markets 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.
The Italians pride themselves on the elaborate crib displays and nativity scenes on display at many Italian Christmas Markets. As with any Christmas Market the Italian stallholders will have mouth-watering displays of local food and drink plus of course the usual array of locally manufactured seasonal gift items.
Please note the information, and dates of the markets, are subject to change.
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The main Christmas market is held in the historic piazza near the Palazzo Grassi and turns the Campo Santo Stefano into a Christmas Village with wooden huts throughout December
In December, Corso Italia, the heart of Cortina d’Ampezzo, will host the traditional adorned wooden stands for the Christmas Market.
- Cortina d'Ampezzo
Turin Christmas Market for fine handicrafts and gourmet products from 14 Italian regions and 8 foreign countries, creating a wonderful atmospheric attraction for families, groups of friends and tourists.