Let the Christmas shopping start!

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Those sleigh bells will soon be ring-a-ringing and jing-a-jing-jingling too… And adding to those festive jingle bells is sure to be the sound of change jingling in your pockets and cashiers’ tills ringing in the Christmas purchases as the festive shopping season truly gathers momentum.

Though Christmas isn’t just all about the presents, you should soon be turning a festive thought or two to your Christmas shop – especially if you haven’t started already. And with exactly one month to go, there’s just enough time to get a fantastic Christmas shopping break organised.

There’s nothing like a bit of Christmas shopping to get you in the festive mood. And, even if shopping isn’t up your snow-filled street – there’s plenty to fill you with festive goodwill and cheer when planning a Christmas shopping break.

Pop a Christmas shopping break in London, Glasgow, Edinburgh or Liverpool onto your early wish-list and get a change of scene as well as Christmas presents for your nearest and dearest.

Even if visiting the high street normally isn’t your idea of a seasonal treat, why not get into the Christmas spirit by searching Christmas markets in the UK’s biggest cities for festive treats? With wooden stalls and huts transforming city centres all over the UK into winter markets selling sweets, crafts, mulled wine and gifts – it’s easy to grab a bargain and satisfy your Christmas cravings all at once.

Or, why not head to Europe’s historic Christmas markets and pick up Christmas treats while enjoying sightseeing in the historic surrounds. From chocolate shopping in Belgium to a fairytale carriage ride through the Swiss snow, you’re bound to find the Christmas magic (and some traditional treats and stocking fillers!) in Europe.

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