The first Christmas market that comes to mind when thinking about Christmas shopping is Piazza Navona. At this popular tourist attraction, there are around 200 stalls selling everything from food and drink to decorations, jewellery, and clothes.
The Vatican City has a lot going on during the Christmas season. The most important event is, of course, Mass in St Peter's Basilica with Pope Francis and all those who wish to attend.
One of the most popular concerts is the Three Tenors by Opera Arias that happens at the Piazza Navona. This concert is a rollercoaster ride full of emotional twists and turns with some funny moments.
One of the most famous and beloved courses during the traditional Christmas meal is a dish called caponata (prepared like a salad). It consists of eggplant, peppers, celery, carrots, olives, and tomatoes seasoned with garlic and parsley.
You can go to Rome to Amalfi Coast or Rome to Venice and enjoy the seaside views and fine weather to make this a Christmas to remember.
On Christmas Eve, an open-air museum will be held in the park with huge installations, markets, cinemas, a skating rink, shows & a setting of the Santa Claus village - the perfect concoct to bring in the Christmas vibe!