Christmas markets in Montepulciano! If you’ve never been there I suggest you go. Not only delicious wooden houses full of Christmas objects, artisan products, typical Tuscan food but also a wonderful surprise that will leave you speechless.
Christmas markets in Montepulciano! And you immediately find yourself in the magical Christmas atmosphere.
Do you, like me, like Christmas and do you like to immerse yourself in the magic that this time of year can give?
So I suggest you take a trip to Tuscany, and visit the Christmas Markets in Montepulciano where there are about 80 small wooden huts full of lights, Christmas decorations, typical products, great food to taste even on the spot!
The Mercatino is located in the charming Piazza Grande where you can admire the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta, a well with the Medici coat of arms designed by Sangallo, and some of the most beautiful buildings in Montepulciano designed by the best Renaissance architects such as Antonio da Sangallo the Elder, Michelozzo Michelozzi and Ippolito Scalza.
And just on one of these buildings, and more precisely on the Palazzo Comunale, in the days of the Christmas market, at dusk, an evocative play of lights in time of the Christmas music features is projected. A really exciting moment!
The Christmas markets in Montepulciano are ideal for the whole family! In fact, ladies can easily get lost among the many houses looking for gifts for their mother, friend, cousin, children, while boys can go to visit the numerous and characteristic wine cellars scattered throughout the village.
And the kids? Obviously a special place was dedicated to them; the Castle of Santa Claus! A truly unique location, immersed in a picturesque garden full of lights, where all the children can meet the real Santa Claus and participate in games, songs, workshops, interactive shows in the company of many friendly Elves !!!
What are you waiting for? Do not miss a nice day at the Christmas markets in Montepulciano!!!
Tips of the day:
- Tuscany is full of wonderful places. After the Christmas markets in Montepulciano, I recommend also another village to visit; San Quirico d’Orcia!
- The cold has now arrived and our skin starts to suffer! Coccoliamola with face masks in disposable fabric!