Mallorca's biggest Christmas market starts today where you can get experience some of northern Europe's festive traditions and fare in some of Spain's most famous towns and cities all at the same time!
Yes, it's the Pueblo Español – the tourist attraction in Palma which recreates the architecture and atmosphere of the likes of Granada, Cordoba, Toledo – Christmas Market which recreates the style and atmosphere of the likes of Vienna, Prague, Tallinn, and Strasbourg festive markets.
Taking place every day from 5th to 15th December and open from 12:00 to 23:30 it's chock full of stalls selling gifts, food and drink, entertainment for adults and kids, workshops, music and real artificial snow.
With daily shows from our favourite Disney characters, Father Christmas ensconced in his grotto and workshops for sweet and pastry making there's plenty of activities to occupy the kids while we sample a whole range of wines from the event's main sponsor, Microvinos.
They'll have a range of pretty unique wines from 'microbodegas' with organic and natural wines produced with ancestral cultivation techniques to produce unique and special brews.
It costs only €5 to get in (under 12's free) which is not bad considering that not only do you get into a tourist attraction, but also get a free mulled wine in with the price!