České Budějovice (November 22 to January 6)
From November 22 through January 6 the town square will be filled with traditional Christmas crafts and decorations and activities for young and old.
Česky Krumlov (November 25 to January 6)
In Český Krumlov you can enjoy the picturesque streets, traditional Czech Advent market with lots of scented good things to eat, Christmas concerts, and a live nativity scene. The big attraction you won’t experience anywhere else is the Bear’s Christmas, when the bears from the Krumlov castle moat celebrate Christmas Eve as well!
Brno (November 27 to December 23)
Christmas markets will fill all three of Brno’s large squares in the center of town with fun for kids and grown-ups. There will be pony rides, punch, funnel cake, Moravian plum pies… There will be a Christmas market as well in this ordinarily inaccessible part of the Labyrinth beneath Green Market.
Vienna (November 11 to January 8)
The best Weihnachtsmärkte (Christkindlmärkte) in Wien are at the Rathaus, Maria Theresien Platz, Freyung in the old town center, and at the Baroque Schloss Schönbrunn and Schloss Belvedere.
The markets include the Weihnachtsmarkt at Schloss Schönbrunn and the Christmas market between the museums on Maria-Theresien-Platz.
Bratislava (November 18 to December 22)
The Christmas market in Bratislava has a long tradition and is a great place for people getting together for eating and drinking traditional dishes and drinks as well as maybe do some small shopping.
The market is organized by Bratislava city and can be found on Main square, Františkánske square, Courtyard of the Old Town Hall, Hviezdoslavovo square, Square of Milana R. Štefánika, and Primacial square, located in the historical center.