Although Christmas Markets in Italy are not as big as in Germany, Italian Christmas Markets are held many places, from big cities to small villages. They may last from a couple of days to a month or longer, often going through Epiphany on January 6. The Italian for Christmas market is Mercatino di Natale .
10 Best Christmas Markets in Germany.. It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! The enchanting smells of roasted almonds and chestnuts, mulled wine and rum punch fill the air. Hot chocolate, potato pancakes and candied apples. Wooden Christmas ornaments and crystal angels. It’s all there. Everything’s decorated for Christmas with greens and lights and invites you to enjoy traditional Christmas in all shapes, sizes and tastes. Come and experience this one-of-a-kind atmosphere and enjoy the magic of the traditional German Christmas Markets (called Christkindlesmarkt in German)!