We love anything Christmassy here and we've noticed that there are Christmas markets popping up in every corner of Ireland lately, so we decided to take a closer look at the ones we think you should visit.

Slane Distillery Christmas Market

The recently opened Slane Distillery in the Boyne Valley is hosting its first ever Christmas market this year. Located on the grounds of the iconic Slane Castle, Slane Distillery Christmas Market will take place in the courtyard at the center of the former Georgian stables.

As Slane village is a prominent member of the Boyne Valley Food Trail, you can expect quality local produce and gifts to be on sale at this market, plus a range of Slane Distillery products. As well as that, there will be food trucks, a bar serving Slane Winter Spiced Apple Punch and live entertainment at the market.

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Tonight is our official Tree Lighting Ceremony and the opening of our Christmas Market.

Join us over the next four weekends for live music, hot whiskey drinks, food and last-minute Christmas shopping.https://t.co/861WAc1KXH pic.twitter.com/S20HFWZP1k

— Slane Whiskey (@slanewhiskey) November 30, 2018

Belfast Christmas Market

The Belfast Christmas Market is back in action again this year, promising a bigger and better experience than ever before. Taking place at Belfast City Hall, this market has it all: food, drinks, carnival rides (look out for the helter-skelter!) and Santa’s Grotto.

Make sure you arrive with an empty stomach as more than 30 nationalities will be represented at this year’s food offerings, making it the perfect way for you to eat your way around the world this Christmas. There will also be heaps of unique gifts on sale, so you can get your last minute shopping done while you’re there!

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Well that's Belfast Christmas Market open for 2018 🙌🏻 #belfastchristmas pic.twitter.com/FgboeFrbcZ

— Belfast Xmas Market (@BelfastXmasMark) November 17, 2018

GLOW – A Cork Christmas Celebration

GLOW, Cork’s popular Christmas festival, kicked off last week. Attended by over 160,000 people last year, this is definitely a popular festive spot so make sure you get down early!

As well as musical offerings from carolers, a medieval ‘Night Before Christmas’ installation and a 30 meter Ferris wheel, GLOW plays host to a massive Christmas market. Taking place at Grand Parade, you’ll be spoiled for choice at this Christmas market, as there will be artisanal produce, confectionary and more available, as well as Rebel County favorites like spiced beef.

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Who’s coming to GLOW this evening? Ride a 30m Ferris Wheel, sample delicious food at the Christmas Market and listen to beautiful musical performances! What’s not to love? #letitglow @corkcitycouncil @CorkEveningEcho @Corks96FM @C103Cork pic.twitter.com/r2zp5vywq6

— Glow Cork (@GlowCork) December 2, 2018

Winterval Waterford

Winterval, Waterford’s Christmas festival, is taking place until December 23rd this year. With free and ticketed events taking place throughout the festival, there is definitely something to suit everyone.

If you’re looking to try some new food this Christmas, Winterval has got you covered: The Apple Market will be transformed into a winter village hosting cafés, restaurants, and entertainment every weekend, while you can find seasonal food and drink stalls at the festival market at Cathedral Square, Arundel Square and Constitution Square from Thursday until Saturday each week.

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Galway Christmas Market

Now in its ninth year, Galway Christmas Market proudly holds the title of Ireland’s longest running Christmas market and with over 350,000 visitors last year, it just might be the country’s most popular as well!

The market spans from Eyre Square to the Spanish Arch this year and will play host to over 50 stalls selling artisan food, drinks, and gifts. There will be a few beer tents in the market for you to pop into and rest your weary feet after a couple of hours shopping and eating, plus there will be a Ferris wheel, helter-skelter and games to keep the little ones occupied.

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What Christmas markets will you be attending this year? Let us know in the comments below.

* Originally published on our sister website, FOOD&WINE.ie.