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Christmas is less than two months away and Manchester Christmas Markets are officially open for business.
But don't worry if you haven't got time to visit just yet as you have a whole six weeks to get involved in the festive fun.
The festive huts are back from November 9 and will close on December 22.
The main market hub in Albert Square will stay open for an extra day until 4pm on Sunday December 23 if you need to hunt for some last minute Christmas gifts - or have that extra mulled wine.
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The Cathedral Gardens area and Ice Village will remain open until January 5.
The markets will this year take over nine different city centre spots and be filled with homemade gifts, traditional German Christmas favourites such as bratwurst and gluhwein and as many sweet treats and hot chocolates you can handle.
To help you pick your favourite spots and make navigating your way around that little bit easier, we have created the ultimate Manchester Christmas Markets guide which you can see below.