Luckily, the latest data from the annual Post Office Travel Money Christmas Markets Barometer reveals there is one Christmas Market haven where travellers can get the most for their money.
Having reviewed 13 European cities, it was the Latvian capital Riga that was named the bargain choice for a Christmas shopping trip.
The barometer took into account the cost for to people of a flight, inclusive B&B accommodation, airport transfers, two evening meals with wine, coffee, festive drinks and snacks at the Christmas market.
Riga came out with a barometer total of £497, a reported 1.2 percent cheaper than a year ago.
Meanwhile, it was Vienna that was deemed the most expensive city.
In comparison, visitors to Latvia can enjoy the same type of Christmas getaway for 36 percent cheaper.
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