1 month ago in Student Blogs
Christmas is coming! Have you set up your plans for Christmas vacation? Are you busy doing work?
Even if you do not have enough time to travel to another city, you can still enjoy Christmas in Sheffield!
If you want to feel the Christmas atmosphere in Sheffield, I would strongly recommend the Christmas market in Sheffield!
Sheffield Christmas Market is located at the shopping area in the city centre, near the City Hall and Peace Gardens. If you are using Google Maps to get there, the postcode, S1 2HE, will bring you to the wonderful Sheffield Christmas market. You won’t miss it because there would be many people enjoying food and looking at crafts there. With over 50 cabins, you can enjoy lovely food and crafts, which will really give you that warm feeling.
I went to the Christmas market with my friend and I enjoyed it a lot. The first thing I did at the Christmas market was take pictures. The lighting was glittering, making me take a lot of pictures to show my friends and family. And then I started to look at various choices of food. There were a lot of food cabins selling food, including Yorkshire pudding wraps, German sausages, churros, noodles and more. I chose churros and enjoyed them. Since there are some tables and chairs, I could eat food whilst sitting there.
The Christmas market is open from 10am to 6pm on Sunday to Wednesday and 10am to 8pm on Thursday to Saturday. So, if you are planning to visit, make sure you don't visit after closing time and disappointed!
If you are planning to visit Sheffield Christmas Market on 16 December, it is a great chance to enjoy more. In Sheffield Town Hall reception rooms, there will be a Christmas art and craft sale, which opens from 10am to 5pm. If you don’t have any specific plan on that day, why not visit the Christmas art and craft sale and the Christmas market?
Whist living in Sheffield, I think the Christmas market is one of the places that you would need to visit, especially as it will be closed soon! Sheffield Christmas Market closes on Christmas Eve.