Citizens and tourists invade the main city streets to move through the different Christmas markets that are up to these days, besides attending mass at the shows that are offered on the birth of Baby Jesus.
From the last days of November, Prague is dressed in a festive atmosphere to exploit the various tourist centers, using the special touch of the baroque city, Renaissance and Gothic to add a little Christmas spirit. This is where the magic takes a leading role.
But leaving aside for a moment the cultural and artistic spaces, Prague brings a perennial activity in the heart of the Christmas markets, where you can find a variety of exquisite handicrafts, clothes, souvenirs, gifts and more. The market is more popular is the Old Town Square.
And if it centers, then feel free to go to Wenceslas Square, which is not only the largest in the city, but it boasts a modern and spacious air to enjoy the best accommodations, restaurants, cafes, and various nocturnal spaces.
To prepare the Christmas dinner, the Spanish often turn to local liquor stores to buy some hot wine called 'svarak', or a bottle of liquor hot with honey. The consumption of these drinks has become very common in the holiday season, more so on the eve of December 25.