Christmas 2019: 4 fantastic markets to visit in Campania.

Naples and its all region dress up for Christmas, like every year. The city takes on a very characteristic appearance, with lights and decorations. But one of the most characteristic things are the Christmas Markets. San Gregorio Armeno is open all year and surely is the most famous one. In Christmas time this market becomes an explosion of lights, colors, people, flavors and traditions. But it is not the only one for the 2019!

Here are 4 markets that you shouldn’t miss if you spend yours Christmas holidays in Naples.

  1. The Pietrarsa railway museum Christmas Markets in Portici city. It will be open until 6th of January 2020: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday from 10am to 11pm ( last entry at 10pm); Friday and Saturday from 10am to 12pm. The “Made in Sud” (a famous Italian TV program) comedians will be present every Thursday with many animation programs suitable for the little ones also. In addition, for those who will enjoy the market they can freely visit the National Museum Railway station too.
  2. Pozzuoli and its markets along the Pertini sea, can be visited until 6 January, from 10am to 12pm. Saturday will be dedicated to the youngest people with music and shows, while Sunday morning it will be dedicated to sport events. On Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve you can enjoy cabaret shows and aperitifs with DJs set . For the Befana day a great final party instead.
  3. Sorrento with its 12th edition of “M’illumino d´inverno”, until December 31st. Over forty events with music, gastronomy, cinema, art, dance and much more. Don’t miss the markets and the great final events scheduled for New Year’s Eve at Piazza Tasso with music and fireworks.
  4. Castello di Lettere with the 5th edition of “Natale al castello”. Here the Christmas markets will be set in the Medieval Castle’s Archaeological site park perched on the Lattari Mountains. Artistic handicraft, shows, good food, local artisans and many handy Christmas creations will entertain you . don’t miss food and wine specialties including the traditional provolone and the Lettere’s wine.
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