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Manchester Christmas Markets 2017

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As Pal resisted his annual Blackpool Illuminations post this year, I tried to do the same for Manchester's Christmas Markets, on now until just before Christmas. However, after visiting last weekend, I had to post how good it is this year.

Spread across the city centre and offering gifts, food and drink from across Europe, it's a fantastic experience once again. We wandered from Exchange Square which is one end of the markets, through into St Ann's square, King Street and Albert Square, which is the largest and main site. It also runs up Market Street and into Piccadilly. A few quid lighter by the end of it and a knockwurst heavier!

http://www.manchester.gov.uk/christmasmarkets

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