Trafalgar Square Christmas markets

Trafalgar Square is famously home to an iconic Christmas tree, a gift from Norway each year since 1947 as a thank-you for British help in World War II. But in recent years it’s also been home to one of the Christmas markets that are now ubiquitous across the capital, with Bratwurst and Glühwein and chimney cakes and lots else besides.

The Christmas markets in Trafalgar Square.
A festive fast food stall, with Nelson’s Column in the background.
The Sausage Man tends to his craft.
A woman serves hot dogs to a customer.
A sausage stand in front of the National Gallery.