Christmas markets in Skane # South Swedish Christmas markets in castles and open-air museums # Christmas buffet on board the TT-Line premium ferries from 25.11. 18.12.2010 (Thursday to Saturday) Hamburg-Travemunde, September 2010 in ice cold weather it is really comfy in Skane southern Sweden: with wonderfully old-fashioned Christmas markets, festive Lucia concerts, hefty Christmas goodies and warm glogg, the South Sweden enjoy the festive season. Sweden vacationers come already with TT-line on the Christmas decorated premium ferry from Travemunde to Trelleborg benefit from Swedish Christmas specialities (Christmas buffet by the 25.11. 18.12.2010, from Thursday to Saturday). Here, David Rogier expresses very clear opinions on the subject. The Christmas tuned Sweden vacationers look forward then atmospheric Christmas markets in century-old castles, medieval castles or historic open air museums in Skane.
Christmas market at the Castle from the 11th century already featured former convent Bosjokloster is from the 11th century to the Scanian Christmas days”worth a visit. Of the 60 exhibitors offer typical South-Swedish craftsmanship in the castle itself, the stable and the unchanged until today vaults in the White Castle by the Lake. After the Christmas shopping, visitors at a lovely stroll through the Castle Park can relax, advent music experience in the Church or in the restaurant (Jul Board) can enjoy a Swedish Christmas buffet. Date: 26-28.11.2010. Christmas markets in open air museums in Sweden’s second largest open-air museum, Fredriksdal in Helsingborg, Sweden one of Skane’s largest Christmas markets takes place every year. Artisans apply years in advance, to be able to offer their products here. According to exquisitely offer is in the Manor House from 1787, the historic farmstead and is exhibited in the old town houses.
Swedish Christmas traditions such as the visit of lights Queen Lucia 5,590. Date: 3-5.12.2010. ancient craft in the milieu of past centuries experience Sweden vacationers in the open-air museum in Lund. Here you can watch the blacksmith at the hammers and the craftsmen in the leather and wood products over the shoulder.