The winter is here. Yup, it’s official. We just hit -4°C in Scotland, which is not really common here unless you’re up in the Highlands. Christmas is definitely just around the corner. Since we’ve explored our festive market in Edinburgh, we’re on a hunt. This time, our eyes moved to the next best thing. But is Glasgow Christmas Market worth visiting? Read on to find out!
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When you’re thinking about city breaks in Scotland, it usually comes down to either Edinburgh or Glasgow. Today, we’re exploring the latter (and bigger) of the two. To kick things off and get familiar with the vibe of the city, we’re picking 5 top places to visit in Glasgow.
Yup, you guessed it! ‘Tis the season to drink mulled wine, eat tons of spiced cookies and rewatch Home Alone/Love Actually yet again. And what better way to get the Christmas spirit than to visit Edinburgh Christmas Market! So get yourself a mug of hot chocolate, cozy up underneath a blanket and check out our 5 reasons to see one of the most beautiful Christmas Markets in Europe.
Whenever we visit Zizzi on Queensferry Street, we’re in a rush. Don’t get us wrong, it’s not a fast food restaurant, but because of its location and great food, we always end up here when things are a bit hectic for us. Picking up Natalia’s sister from the airport? Check. Sightseeing with the parents? Check. Walking around the city for hours on a new photography project? Check. We’ve been walking past Zizzi so many times that it was only natural that we hopped on there for a quick meal so many times. And trust us, it’s never a disappointment. So if you don’t want to spend hours looking for a good Italian restaurant in Edinburgh city centre, keep on reading.