The Festive market is returning to St Enoch Square this Christmas, bringing a selection of products and flavours from around the globe!
Returning to St Enoch Square this Christmas, the festive market will be operating every day from Friday 13th November to Sunday 20th December 2015.
If stressing in overcrowded shopping centres, lugging bags like a pack-horse, tripping over buggies and fighting over the last box of Christmas crackers sounds like a big Christmas nightmare, why not try a shopping trip with a difference.
The much anticipated Christmas Market is to be home to many continental traders from across the globe, bringing a selection of products and flavours, traditional to their origin countries including France, Germany, Spain Italy and many more!
The market is a real Global affair with professional traders from as far afield as Ecuador, Russia and one special visitor all the way from Lapland; well, the Finnish part of Lapland. Mixed with a huge array of traders from around Europe the Glasgow Christmas market will be a real Global affair.
As well as a gourmets delight, customers can while away an hour or two at the wonderful Gluhwein House operated by Markus Kochems from the Mosel valley. Kochems are listed in the top 100 wine producers in the World. As well as the Gluhwein you can also sample some of bavarias favourite beers at the Bavarian bar. Add all the gifts crafts and very unusual presents to buy and you won’t forget your visit to the Glasgow Christmas Market.
Christmas markets are becoming increasingly popular throughout the UK, inspired by those in Germany and Eastern Europe. Traders from all over the continent come to sell their wonderful wares, from tasty treats to beautiful arts and crafts including jewellery, hats & gloves, candles and ornaments, and unusual toys.
The markets are not just an opportunity to shop, but also to get into the Christmas spirit: take an evening trip, wrapped up in your winter woollies and get some mulled wine.
- Mondays to Wednesday: 10.00am – 8.00pm
- Thursday to Saturday: 10.00am – 9.00pm
- Sundays: 10.00am – 6.00pm