The most popular

What better way to start than with the one that was listed the best Christmas market in the world by Big 7 Travel. Did you guess? It's Winter Wonders in Brussels, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary. With the magnificent illuminated Grand-Place, its 200 chalets and its delicious food, the magic of Christmas is in the air!

25.11.2022 – 01.01.23

The oldest

We take you to the next destination, where the oldest Christmas market in the country takes place. It happens in Liège at the Christmas village with more than 300 craftsmen and a range of animations such as its ice rink, its big wheel or its sledging sessions! The Christmas fairy tale takes place in the heart of Liège.

25.11.22 – 30.12.22

The most iodised

We tend to think of summer when we see the beauty of the sea, but the spirit of Christmas is also present at the coast! The Leopold Park in Ostend is covered with beautiful lights and a warm atmosphere. The program includes a covered ice rink, wooden chalets and chocolate drinks to keep you warm. You can also fill up on seafood in the middle of winter!

02.12.22 – 08.01.23

The most magical

The city of Ghent sometimes gives the illusion of walking through the unique world of Harry Potter. If you are a bit of a wizard at heart, the magic of Christmas in Ghent will make you feel like a child again. The scent of chocolate & mulled wine spreads through the city, where you can find handmade gifts to slip under the tree.

08.12.22 – 31.12.22

The cheesiest

Go off the beaten track and visit Maredsous Abbey and its pretty, little Christmas village. There is an area dedicated to Alsace with a musical atmosphere and Alsatian specialities such as sauerkraut, pretzels and blueberry pie.

You can also visit the abbey and the small museum of the cheese factory. The only thing you will want to do is rush out and grab a delicious tartiflette or raclette sandwich on your way out.

Please note that it is only open on weekends!

18.11.22 - 25.12.22

The most folkloric

This year, Germany is in the spotlight in the city of the doudou. A dozen chalets will introduce you to the culinary and folkloric delights of our neighbours.

You will also find all sorts of decorations, illuminations and animations in Mons. Including the RTL Christmas parade, the torchlight walk, and the ballad of lights...

Moreover, don't forget to bring your roller skates to slide on the new roller rink in the former slaughterhouses of the capital of folklore.

03.12.22 - 31.12.22

The most dizzying

Climb to the top of the ferris wheel to admire the Hasselt Christmas market and its attractions from above: the Christmas hotel, Santa's maze and the gigantic indoor ice rink of over 1000m² are only a few of those magical attractions. The perfect getaway with family and friends!

18.11.22 - 08.01.22

The snowiest

You will fall under the spell of Louvain-la-Neige, this little Christmas village with its small chalets selling crafts and local products, surrounded by a multitude of snow-covered Christmas trees. As a bonus, there is a cosy wood fire crackling in the centre of the village to spend a warm moment in good company! Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow ….

25.11.22 - 20.12.22

The most sparkling

The Venice of the North shines with a thousand lights during the festive season with all its little shops. Winter Glow offers you all kinds of sensory experiences with its light trail, its ice rink on the Minnewater, also known as the 'Lake of Love', and of course all its magnificent Christmas decorations in the heart of Bruges.

25.11.22 - 08.01.23

The smallest

The smallest town in the world is covered in its white coat and takes you on a journey to a beautiful fairy tale. Stroll through the narrow cobbled streets of Durbuy and discover all the magical Christmas lights in town. Don't hesitate to warm up with a cup of tea or mulled wine.

25.11.22 - 08.01.23

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