In its official website, the UK's daily broadsheet, The Telegraph, has recommended the Christmas market in Vilnius for holiday makers and Christmas enthusiasts.
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"Most eye-catching is the Vilnius Television tower, transformed into a 550-ft high Christmas tree with millions of light bulbs.

"Stay toasty in the snow by sipping mulled wine and buying a new warm hat and gloves. Along with woollen slippers and pottery candle holders, these are among the regional handicrafts that make great gifts.

Munch on Lithuanian pastries, such as raguolis - a poppy seed cake. And, in the season of good will, what is more appropriate than the International Christmas Charity Fair, where foreign embassy staff from around the world sell home-made cakes and gifts," telegraph.co.uk said.

Vilnius Christmas market will be open from 29 November to 11 January.

Vilnius TV tower is turned into a giant Christmas tree
Vilnius TV tower is turned into a giant Christmas tree
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