In Pictures: The Most Beautiful Christmas Markets Around The World
The main square in Tirana, the capital city of Albania, was only completed in April 2017.
But with only two Christmases under their belts, the beautiful markets are doing a great job of lighting up the new space.
At the steps of St Stephen's Basilica in St Stephen's Square, Budapest, children can ice skate around the Christmas tree sat in the centre of open-air markets.
One of the best known Christmas markets in the country, the stalls are part of a winter festival, which starts in late November and ends in the New Year.
Sitting in the heart of a historic city centre and covered in snow, the Annaberg Christmas Market in Annaberg-Buchholz, Saxony draws thousands of visitors every year.
There are more than 80 lovingly decorated stalls, an enormous Christmas tree and even elf services for children on offer.
In winter, Milan takes a break from the fashion shows and puts on a Christmas one, with stalls lined up along the historic Milan Cathedral.
From December to early January, visitors and the Milanese alike head down to the fair to purchase their nativity crafts, toys and festive treats.
There's no fairy lights and the snow is actually ice, but as far as Christmas markets go in Australia, the ones dealing in fish are where we really step up our festive game, right?