I have just got this mail and I thought that this could be a nice post for Day 3 which I am anxious toshare here!!
Can’t wait for your next trip?
Great sights, buzzy bars and cosy cafes are waiting for you all over Europe this winter. With flights to popular cities from just €19.99, we’ve got everything you need to plan a city break.
Get ready for take-off, your winter getaway is just one click away! There’s just one question: where would you like to go?
I am going to use this mail to have a Speaking activity:
They don’t call Berlin the capital of Christmas Markets for nothing. One of the best markets is located at the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church where over 170 twinkling, tinsel clad stalls will seduce you with their unique decorations, toys and handmade crafts. Stave off the cold with warm fruity ciders, traditional glazed fruit and sausages straight from the grill. You can enjoy Christmas Markets in Berlin from late November until 22nd of December.
With over 160 fairy-lit wooden huts and one colossal Christmas tree, Cologne is a Christmas destination to be reckoned with. Cologne was voted as the best place for Christmas Markets so when it open their gates millions of visitors from around the world delight at the goods on sale at the quaintly designed huts (or “Buden”). You can enjoy Christmas Markets in Cologne from late November until 23rd of December.
Stalls filled with swirling snow-globes, scented candles and mouth-watering chocolates stretch on for two whole kilometres in Brussels. The atmosphere all around the market is just as amazing. Brussels’ Winter Wonders certainly keeps people entertained, and with handicrafts from all around Europe, it’s definitely not just the centre for European politics! You can enjoy Christmas Markets in Brussels from late November until 1st of January.
Where better to experience a fairy-tale Christmas than in the land of Hans Christian Andersen – Copenhagen. Soak up the magical atmosphere at the city’s Tivoli Gardens. Wander the stalls, sip Glögg (spicy red wine) and treat yourself to a traditional Aebleskiver (apple slice). You can enjoy Christmas Markets in Copenhagen from late November until 23rd of December.
Over 100 twinkling huts on Vörösmarty Square, Budapest comes to life with Christmas concerts, laser shows, ballet performances and a glittering ice-rink. Fill up on Kürtőskalács – sweet, spiral-shaped pastries, roasted meats, fried sausages, freshly baked strudels and roasted chestnuts while you shop the stalls. You can enjoy Christmas Markets in Budapest from late November until early January.
Go and see the amazing Krakow’s Rynek Glowny come alive with thousands of lights this Christmas. Eat your fill of hearty Polish food and mulled wine, buy some charming handmade decorations and enjoy wrapping up against the wintry Polish weather. You can enjoy the best Christmas Markets in Krakow from late November until 23rd of December.
And in order to reveal the source, I share here this video and I can use it to discuss about flights and great deals for X-mas!