We all know last year’s Christmas markets we a massive NO-NO, however, it seems as though there may be hope for the events to open this year.
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The smells of hot mulled wine, crepes and cinnamon filling the air were something we all missed in 2020 due to covid-19 as Christmas markets up and down the UK and Europe were cancelled, however, already some companies and cities are suggesting that they potentially could go ahead this year.
With the rising demand for post-lockdown holidays, Jet2 has just announced its festive programme from Newcastle which includes seven destinations and new trips to countries such as Berlin and Budapest.
Whilst here in Britain, Lincoln Christmas Market are now asking for traders to apply for stalls with its market hoping to run between December 2nd to 5th depending on Government restrictions.
Could magic once again fill the air this festive period or will restrictions remain in place later in the year for larger events? We’ll ensure to keep you updated.