The Christmas market, organized by the Capital City Hall in the Constitution Square, opened today, November 20, at 10:00 a.m., and can be visited until December 26, without an entrance ticket, unlike last year. Among the attractions in front of the Palace of Parliament are live concerts, Santa’s House, the ice rink, the carousel and the panoramic wheel, the organizers said.
Due to the rain that fell in the area, quite a few people came at the opening time.
The fair has over 70 wooden houses where visitors can choose from gifts specific to the winter holidays, i.e. toys, handmade objects, traditional souvenirs and food products. The little ones have spaces dedicated to activities and interactive games throughout the Fair, and Santa’s House will be waiting for the children.
In front of the Palace of Parliament, a large Christmas tree can be admired, and visitors will be able to have fun both at the ice rink over 30 meters long and 20 meters wide, as well as in a carousel, but also in a panoramic wheel, almost 40 meters high.
The Christmas market will be open from November 20 to December 26, from Monday to Friday between 12:00 and 23:00, Saturday and Sunday between 10:00 and 23:00, and visitor access will be free, unlike of the Christmas Fair organized in 2021.
Artistic program Christmas Fair
On the stage located in front of the Parliament Palace, there will be choirs from the National Children’s Palace and the Comic Opera for children, artists and vocal groups from places of religious worship and institutions that promote traditional Romanian creativity, the organizers said.
In addition to carols and traditional songs, there will be performances of traditions and customs presented by folk ensembles from different areas of the country.
The artistic program calendar includes the periods November 30-December 4, December 6, December 9-11, December 16-18 and December 23-26.
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