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December 13, 2019January 12, 2020

Christmas Gifts from Europe

Lovers of comfort — come here! At the crossing between Manezhnaya square and Revolution square, guests of Journey to Christmas festival will find a wide range of sweets and gifts from all over Europe.



The most delicious chocolate candies, colorful caramel, crumbly cookies, traditional buttery sprats, without which no festive table can be, will come from Riga and Vilnius. Our neighbors offer to choose warm gifts: soft scarves and linen tablecloths, wool blankets and comfortable pillows, and original home decor items.



A real Lithuanian culinary heritage—the legendary pie shakotis—will come from Druskininkai to Moscow. Do not miss the opportunity to see a real masterpiece of the gastronomic art and buy a favorite one for the holiday with family and friends.



Even the hardest to please customers will be surprised by the choice of products of Belgian and Austrian Christmas traditions. Next to the chocolate — Styrian pumpkin seeds, original tea and coffee and Austrian butter. Candy lovers will also be impressed by the truffles, marshmallows and other sweets.



On this festival venue, every day, you can meet fairy-tale characters who came from European Christmas capitals: Brussels Chocolatier, Burgomaster with a huge key to the Christmas market, Lithuanian Ragona, basket of which hides a black cat, and many others.

Lovers of comfort — come here! At the crossing between Manezhnaya square and Revolution square, guests of Journey to Christmas festival will find a wide range of sweets and gifts from all over Europe.



The most delicious chocolate candies, colorful caramel, crumbly cookies, traditional buttery sprats, without which no festive table can be, will come from Riga and Vilnius. Our neighbors offer to choose warm gifts: soft scarves and linen tablecloths, wool blankets and comfortable pillows, and original home decor items.



A real Lithuanian culinary heritage—the legendary pie shakotis—will come from Druskininkai to Moscow. Do not miss the opportunity to see a real masterpiece of the gastronomic art and buy a favorite one for the holiday with family and friends.



Even the hardest to please customers will be surprised by the choice of products of Belgian and Austrian Christmas traditions. Next to the chocolate — Styrian pumpkin seeds, original tea and coffee and Austrian butter. Candy lovers will also be impressed by the truffles, marshmallows and other sweets.



On this festival venue, every day, you can meet fairy-tale characters who came from European Christmas capitals: Brussels Chocolatier, Burgomaster with a huge key to the Christmas market, Lithuanian Ragona, basket of which hides a black cat, and many others.

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