Uncovering Europe's best budget hotels since 2001.

Home > Travel Blog > Vienna > Vienna Christmas Markets: More of our favorite things

Vienna Christmas Markets: More of our favorite things

Posted in: Vienna

2 comments

Christmas market at Maria Theresien Platz by 12 degrees C
Christmas market at Maria Theresien Platz by 12 degrees C

Ah, Vienna – the city fills us with music. We can’t help it, but it also makes us think of The Sound of Music, even though that musical took place in another Christmas “markt” town, Salzburg. It also makes us think of the fancy Hapsburg family and some of the brightest Christmas lights in Europe.

On Wednesday we put together a photo montage of some of our favorite things about Salzburg’s Christmas markets, so today we offer “some more of our favorite things” about Vienna’s Christmas markets.

(Cue: music!)

Brown paper packages (and puppets and ornaments) tied up with string…


Photo courtesy of tttaaaooo

**Tip: Be sure to pick up a Mozart-themed tree ornament, of which there are many.

Cream colored (Ok, so he’s brown.) ponies and crisp apple streudels…


Photo of the Christmas mini-horse by PaulaFunnell

Girls in white dresses with blue satin sashes…(but we’ll settle for boys in parkas)-


Ice skating at Town Hall; photo by Premshree Pillai

Snowflakes (stenciled into fancy decorations) that stay on my nose and eyelashes…


Photo of holiday lamps courtesy of Edi Weissmann

Silver white winters that melt into spring…


Photo by mosint

Ooooh.


Photo of Vienna’s Townhall by ahisgett

Ahhh.


Photo taken in front of Schonbrunn Palace, by tomanthony

Fancy!

These are some more of our favorite things!

(Repeat all verses.)

About the author

Meredith Franco Meyers

About the author: Meredith earned an MFA in fiction writing at The New School in New York City. Her feature stories and articles have appeared in Ladies' Home Journal, American Baby, Self, Bridal Guide, Time Out New York, Fitness and more. She joined EuroCheapo in summer 2007.

Leave a comment

2 thoughts on “Vienna Christmas Markets: More of our favorite things”

  1. Pingback: Europe on a Budget: Weekly Round Up

Follow Us