An authentic French Christmas market is popping up in Australia – with snow-capped chalets and delicious mulled wine
- Australians can taste authentic French markets in the heart of Sydney
- Markets will offer food, wine and Christmas gifts – just like in France
- They will also include snow-covered chalets that will serve as stores
Australians dreaming of travel can now stroll arm in arm with a loved one through the stalls of an authentic French Christmas market in Sydney.
There will be snow capped cabins, a processed cheese station, singers and of course mulled wine at the market in front of Custom House at Circular Quay.
The famous town square will be transformed into a French-inspired Christmas wonderland for just four days, before the snow is washed away.
Travel-dreaming Australians can now stroll arm in arm with a loved one through the winding stalls of an authentic French Christmas market, right here in Sydney
The market will be free and promises to be filled with delicious French treats popular in the European country over Christmas.
As part of the festive exhibition, five wine bars will showcase some of the country’s most beloved wine regions.
Bordeaux, Burgundy, Provence, Alsace and the Rhône Valley will be well represented, with self-guided wine tours which should be a success.
There will be snowy cabins, a melted cheese station, singers and of course mulled wine at the market in front of Custom House at Circular Quay
Just like the wine and cheese cellar where you can taste some of the best cheeses on the planet.
The market will run from Friday December 17 to Monday December 20.
It is held in place of the popular Bastille markets which are usually held in July.
This year, they were closed following city-wide lockdown orders.