By Ari Brynjolfsson.
Three ‘quirky’ Christmas markets will open this Sunday (13th December) in Edinburgh, according to events magazine Time Out.
In addition to the regular festive market, Edinburgh Printmakers will have a Christmas Market at their shop on Union Street, near Leith Walk.
The half-centennial fine art shop will offer a variety of jewellery in addition to prints, books and textiles from local artisans.
Judy’s Affordable Vintage Fair, Britain’s largest vintage fair, will host their Christmas Market in the Assembly Rooms on George Street.
In addition to vintage fashion, they also offer accessories, menswear, home wares and beauty products.
A spokesperson from the vintage shop said: ‘We’re going all out, bringing even more affordable vintage traders from our troupe to get you stocked-up with vintage. Traders will be showcasing some of their best new season stock.’
The Summerhall Christmas Market, to be set up near The Meadows, has promised more stalls than ever before.
In addition to gifts and treats, there will be food from guest vendors, traditional mulled wine from the venue’s bar and Zoom club activities for children. The Summerhall Singers will provide live entertainment with festive songs.