Rome Christmas Markets 2013
Rome Christmas Markets 2013: During festivities, the Eternal City is embellished even more than usual by the Christmas Market. A chance not to miss to make good deals and purchases.
Stands offer lots of curiosities and Christmas beauties: craftsmanshaft, antiques, typical products and much more.
Christmas Market in Piazza Navona
24.11.2013 – 06.01.2014
Ice Park Christmas Village
10.12.2013 – 05.01.2014
Parco Tor di Quinto
every day from 10.00 am to 21.00 pm
Once again Tor di Quinto plays host to the Ice Park. The inauguration takes place on 1st December in viale Tor di Quinto 55, in the area named Mondofitness. At 18 pm the gates of Christmas Market 2010 shall be opened. The Tor di Quinto Ice Park has now reached its 5th edition, and thanks to the success of past editions, which saw an attendance of 10.000 ice skating lovers, the event is destined to a bright future. Despite its name, however, the Ice Park event is not just about ice, in fact this year a real Christmas Village will be created around the ice rink, with typical wooden little houses overlooking the main street, where to taste all sorts of typical products and do some shopping in a warm place, immersed in the cheerful atmosphere of Christmas festivities.
This event aims at being a true moment of aggregation for the capital, where visitors can try their hand at ice skating, a sport which is pretty unusual in Rome, and have the chance to see the evolutions of real masterclasses and world champions doing their stunning performances.
Children will also have their share of emotions thanks to the animation offered by Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Minnie and many other characters, which will entertain every day the youngest visitors on the ice rink with games and shows.
How to reach to Rome Christmas Markets 2013
Rome is served by two airports: Fiumicino and Ciampino, this last one mainly destined to charter and low-cost flights.
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The main station is Termini railway station, served by national and international trains. From here you can take a shuttle, connecting the station with Fiumicino airport.
Roma is connected with the main Italian cities through the highway network. The use of a car in Rome is not recommended, better park the car and move around by public transports.
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