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By Time Out staff Every Christmas the UK (including London's many festive markets) is treated to visiting European markets, but for a real festive indulgence why not venture abroad and immerse yourself in the the real thing?

Whether in the historic squares of Prague or beautiful gardens of Copenhagen, you can pick up unique presents and experience European traditions.

Those seeking warmer climates in December could do a lot better than Jersey, but St Helier can proudly claim to have the most activity filled Christmas market on this list.

Where Grand’Place to Place Ste-Catherine When 30 Nov-6 Jan Information Visit Winter Wonders for more details Other great Belgium Christmas markets are held in Antwerp (Grote Markt) and Bruges (Bruges Christmas Market).

Buy Time Out's Brussels guidebook Traditional food, folk dances and live music can be found daily in amongst the cottage-esque market 'stalls' of Vörösmarty tér from mid-November.

The Christmas market now extends along the streets from Grand’Place to place Ste-Catherine, covering almost 2 kilometres (1.2 miles).

Each of the 240 market stalls is a little wooden-roofed hut selling mainly arts and crafts or food and drink, all of them having a pan-European flavour.

Those seeking warmer climates in December could do a lot better than Jersey, but St Helier can proudly claim to have the most activity filled Christmas market on this list.Where Grand’Place to Place Ste-Catherine When 30 Nov-6 Jan Information Visit Winter Wonders for more details Other great Belgium Christmas markets are held in Antwerp (Grote Markt) and Bruges (Bruges Christmas Market).Buy Time Out's Brussels guidebook Traditional food, folk dances and live music can be found daily in amongst the cottage-esque market 'stalls' of Vörösmarty tér from mid-November.The Christmas market now extends along the streets from Grand’Place to place Ste-Catherine, covering almost 2 kilometres (1.2 miles).Each of the 240 market stalls is a little wooden-roofed hut selling mainly arts and crafts or food and drink, all of them having a pan-European flavour.Craft jewellery, stained glass, wooden toys and artwork can be found at the recently regenerated Dublin Docklands.