On the sixth day of Blogmas…
Visiting Christmas markets is a thing I like to do every year. In case you don’t know or you haven’t read my previous Blogmas posts, I love everything about Christmas, it’s my favourite time of the year!
A few days ago, myself and my brother decided to go walking around the streets, stopping by some clothing stores, looking for Christmas deals and last-minute Christmas presents… Whilst we were there, we also visited the Santa Llucia’s Fair Christmas Market in Barcelona, right in front of Barcelona’s Cathedral.
There are a lot of stands and sectors to look around. From hand-made nativity scenes and figures to natural and artificial plants and Christmas trees to hand-made products and accessories, jewellery, clothes, decorative objects, presents, and many more things!
Here are a few photos I took whilst visiting Santa Llucia’s Fair Christmas Market:
My favourite things about this Christmas Market were definitely the candles and the Christmas decorations, specially the Christmas wreath and baubles. Even though we went during daylight, I think the right time to visit Christmas Markets are when the sun is setting / when it’s starting to get dark. Despite that, we still had so much fun and enjoyed the Santa Llucia’s Fair Christmas Market.
Have you ever visited a Christmas Market before?