Ah! It’s almost Christmas!!!
And today, I will talk about Christmas Markets in New York. And with a fun mini-story, you will improve your speaking.
Ok! Let’s talk about Christmas markets in New York.
What are you planning to do at Christmas? I recommend you fly to NYC because the best Christmas markets are here.
New York’s holiday markets often include ice skating, twinkling lights, great food vendors, and fun holiday activities. Plus, you can make your Christmas shopping a positive and relaxing experience.
Bryant Park’s Winter Village
You could start by visiting Bryant Park’s Winter Village. One of the highlights of this market is the 17,000-square-foot ice skating rink, which is free to use if you bring your skates.
And after ice skating, you could visit the FAD Market. Each season, the FAD market – which stands for Fashion, Art, and Design – takes over a different Brooklyn venue with a bunch of independent vendors and creators. Here you’ll find New York City’s emerging brands, designers, and small businesses offering a curated selection of handmade jewelry, clothing, skincare, tableware, and much more.
Columbus Circle Holiday Market
And after all this activity, you should go to the Columbus Circle Holiday Market, which is one of the most iconic holiday markets.
The uptown counterpart to the Union Square Holiday Market offers shoppers a feast for the eyes and the stomach.
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