Festive fairs this winter
One of the most popular times to go on a European city break is over the Christmas period, when you can experience a magical weekend of ice skating, gift shopping, light shows and snowy sightseeing. For two of our Partners in John Lewis Finance, no city break at this time of the year is complete without a trip to some Christmas markets.
Here, Jessica Gottardo (Data Strategy and Planning Manager) and Alistair Hemmings (Customer Experience Manager) tell us about their favourite festive markets, featuring a combination of seasonal delicacies and traditional gifts, performances by choirs and musicians, and beautiful decorative displays. If their words inspire you to embark on a similar trip this winter, just remember to have some Euros at the ready.
Our favourite markets
Prague, Czech Republic
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