If you love Christmas, Toronto is a great place to be. It's brimming with tons of enchanting festivals and markets that will fill you with cheer all season long. While celebrating in the city is fun, this unique event will sweep you away to the streets of Europe this year. A Scandanavian-style Yuletide festival is taking place and it's full of traditional Swedish festivities. Toronto's Swedish Christmas Fair is a charming place to explore this holiday season.\nThere are so many festive places to explore this Christmas. The Toronto Christmas Market recently opened up in the quaint distillery district, and Aurora Winter Festival will be transforming Ontario Place into a winter wonderland.\nCanada's Wonderland is launching a brand new holiday event this month, and it promises to be a magical place to explore. WinterFest will have a sparkling ice rink, massive glimmering trees, and of course, an abundance of festive food.\nHowever, you can also take a trip to Europe without hopping on a plane by visiting this dreamy Christmas market.\nThe annual Swedish Christmas Fair is run by SWEA and will be hosted at Daniels Spectrum this year.\nYou can explore booths filled with unique Swedish food, decor, gifts, and goodies.\nPick up festive items like advent calendars, candles, and handmade Christmas decorations.\nView this post on Instagram This weekend: get into the holiday spirit at the Swedish Christmas Fair! This two-day extravaganza is the perfect place to sample delicious Scandinavian food and have a drink of glögg. Warm up to the sounds of children singing carols at the Lucia Pageant, discover the story behind #IKEA founder Ingvar Kamprad, check off your gift list with handmade goods, and participate in folk dancing, craft making and more. Plan your visit at harbourfrontcentre.com - #HarbourfrontCentre #SwedishChristmasFair #TorontoEvents #SwedishFood #ScandinavianFood #ChristmasMarket A post shared by Harbourfront Centre (@harbourfrontcentre) on Nov 19, 2018 at 9:02am PST\nYou can indulge in traditional Swedish food, such as open-faced sandwiches, sweet pastries, and, most importantly, glögg, a steamy mulled wine.\nEntertainment will include folk dancing, Swedish carols, and the Lucia Pageant.\nThe fair is free to attend and will run from December 7 to December 8.\nView this post on Instagram Swedish Christmas market 🌲#Christmas #toronto A post shared by Chantelle (@chancmay) on Nov 19, 2016 at 1:56pm PST\nIf you love European-style Christmas Markets, you should also take a trip out of the city to visit Christkindl.\nThe German Market takes place in Kitchener and is also free to attend. You can shop over a hundred local vendors and try some savoury and sweet German fare.\nOlaf Speier | Dreamstime\nView this post on Instagram Swedish Christmas 🎄 A post shared by John DeBlois (@tocinoboys) on Nov 20, 2016 at 12:20pm PST\n\nSwedish Christmas Fair\nPrice: Free\nWhen: December 7 to December 8, 2019\nAddress: 585 Dundas St. E., Toronto, ON\nWhy You Need To Go: Explore a traditional Swedish Christmas market this year and sip on some delicious mulled wine.\nWebsite\n\n\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.