Vienna – join us at the most beautiful Christmas markets from 18 Nov-26 Dec’23

Ohhh, the fun you can have in Vienna during Christmas! Being one of the most fabulous city-break destinations, Vienna goes all out during Xmas with a whole variety of Xmas markets. The biggest is, no doubt, the Wiener Weihnachtstraum am Rathaus, which we simply couldn’t get enough of. The light arch, that welcomes visitors, is iconic by now, so you know, once your’e through, you’ll have a marvellous time: local food stands tempt you to Wiener Würstl, Bratkartoffeln (roast potatoes) and Krapfn (local doughy sweet), whilst fresh mulled wine flows by the gallon. Food aside, there’s plenty of handicraft art & baubles for the Christmas tree at home, so you’re sorted then!

The Bussiplatz, a famous square nearby, is just the cutest square during the festive season. Bussi is dialect for a kiss, so you can imagine, how many couple fell in love there…it represents the local charm perfectly, as kissing is a big part of their Hello’s here.

The Weihnachts- und Kulturmarkt by the Schönbrunn Palace enjoys the most beautiful backdrop possible! Very dreamy and historic, this palace welcomes a more adult public, with a more cultural orientated crowd. The queues to get in can be long, so be prepared…

One of our absolute favourite markets is the Bio-Adventmarkt! Really innovative and great fun for the kids, you’ll find tonnes of handicraft stands there. Again, a gazillion food stands (what makes us think that the Viennese take their food so seriously?), so you can keep warm easily. The carousels make all kids happy, but we love the fact that not only is it eco-friendly, much of the cottage industry’s and home-made artefacts are on display here and you can have fun like a local here.

The Prater was the last on our list of Vienna’s top markets. So, if you’re into amusement park on a giant scale, with a hefty yuletide flavour, then this is for you. Many say, you cannot leave the city without having been to the Prater and had a ride on the giant ferried wheel, but as a matter of fact, there are many fairground attractions here to tire out the kids, so be prepared!

The best of all is, that all is that all these markets are FREE! So, take the family for maximum impact or just enjoy them as a couple in one of the most romantic hotspots in Europe. Whatever you do, and whenever you go, you’re guaranteed a great night out, that’s for sure

DP World Tour: Abu Dhabi HSBC Ch’ship from 20 – 23 Jan’22

Groundbreaking news:

From 2022 onwards the tour will be renamed and become the DP World Tour. Seeing the European Tour transform into a truly Global world tour with an international schedule of golfing tournaments is nothing short of amazing. Furthermore, Paul Lawrie, the Ryder Cup winner, 8-time European Tour Champion & 1999 Open Champion has been appointed to the board of the European Tour Group as a non-executive director – congratulations Paul!

The 2022 season celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Tour, comprising of at least 47 golf tournaments to take place in no less than 27 countries. This includes the brand new tournaments to be held in South Africa, UAE, Japan and Belgium. The Rolex Series now includes 5 events: the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship, the Dubai Desert Classic, the Genesis Scottish Open, the BMW PGA Championship and, of course, the DP World Tour Championship closing the season.

We’ve got another first for you: the season’s total prize money will exceed $200 million for the first time ever, which is over a whopping 176 million Euros – amazing! Furthermore, there will also be a minimum of $2 million as a new minimum prize fund for each and every tournament sanctioned by the DP World Tour (

Golf – PGA European Tour

The PGA European Tour season usually takes place from January through to November. This incorporates around 42 events, taking place across 25 countries or so around the world! American golfer, Collin Morikawa finished the 2021 season as the Race to Dubai champion, being the first American to win this competition within the European tour. From 2022 onwards the tour will be renamed and become the DP World Tour. Seeing the European Tour transform into a truly Global world tour with an international schedule of golfing tournaments is nothing short of amazing!  

With the announcement of this ground-breaking change to the tour, TA-DAH.TV have delved into the famous PGA European Tour, its most famous destinations and golf courses, as well as its history and notable tournaments. 

The History of the PGA European Tour 

The PGA European Tour, as we know it, is the organisation which runs three of the leading men’s professional golf tours in Europe. This includes the elite European Tour, the European Senior Tour, and the developmental Challenge Tour. The tour was originally established by the Professional Golfers’ Association throughout the 1970s before responsibility for these tours was handed over to an independent PGA European Tour organisation in 1984. The majority of the tours are held within Europe, however, post 1980 a wide number of tours have been held in other parts of the world, touching down in Africa, Asia, and America. Any events based in Europe are typically played in Western-Europe, heavily concentrated in countries such as the UK, Ireland, Germany, France, and Spain. 

Notable tournaments in Europe 

With over 40 events held each season there are a number of notable events within the PGA European Tour. Some of the most important in Europe include: 

• The Scottish Open
• The British Masters
• The Open Championship (aka The Open or the British Open)
• The Italian Open
• The Acciona Open de España
• The Portugal Masters
• BMW PGA Championship (originally known as the British PGA Championship) 

Outside Europe notable tournaments are: 

• The PIF Saudi International
• The Kenya Open
• The Ryder Cup
• The U.S. Open
• Aviv Dubai Championship 

European Tour Destinations 

The European PGA tour is hosted by a number of famous destinations and some of these countries’ very best golf courses. This includes The Belfry and St. Andrews in the UK, as well as Valderrama (the famous Andalusian course), Le Golf National – Albatros course which hosts the French Open every year, Bro Hof Slott – Stadium Course in Sweden and many more. 

Other courses to add to your golfing bucket list include: 

• Emirates Golf Club – The Maljis Course – Dubai
• Abu Dhabi Golf Club – Abu Dhabi
• Genzon Golf Club – China
• Golf Club St. Leon-Rot – Heidelberg, Germany
• Linna Golf – Hämeenlinna, Finland
• Finca Cortesin Hotel Golf and Spa – Marbella, Spain

Current high ranking players, based on their prize money winnings, include famous names such as:

• Lee Westwood
• Rory Mcllroy
• Sergio Garcia
• Justin Rose
• Ernie Els
• Henrik Stenson 

All set for another season of golf? The European Tour 2022 kicks off in Abu Dhabi with the prestigious Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship. Catch all the action between January 20th – 23rd.  Go to TA-DAH.TV’s SPORTS section to find out more information now.


  • 20 – 23 Jan: Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship, YAS Links/UAE
  • 27 – 30 Jan: Dubai Desert Classic, Emirates/UAE
  • 10 – 13 Feb: Commercialbank Qatar Masters, Education City/QAT
  • 17 – 20 Feb: Middle East event, venue TBC
  • 24 – 27 Feb: Hero Indian Open, venue TBC
  • 3 – 6 Mar: Magical Kenya Open, Muthaiga GC/KEN
  • 24 – 27 Mar: WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play, Austin CC/Texas USA
  • 7 – 10 April: The Masters, Augusta National/Georgia USA
  • 21 – 24 April: ISPS Handa Championship, Ishioka/JAP
  • 28 April – 1 May: Volvo China Open, Genzen/CHN
  • 5 – 8 May: Betfred British Masters hosted by Danny Willett, The Belfry/UK – England
  • 12 – 15 May: Soul Open, Rinkven International/BE
  • 19 – 22 May: PGA Championship, Southern Hills/Oklahoma USA
  • 26 – 29 May: KLM Open, Bernardus/NED
  • 2 – 5 June: Porsche European Open, Green Eagle/DEU
  • 9 – 12 June: Scandinavian Mixed Hosted by Henrik & Annika, Halmstad/SWE
  • 16 – 19 June: US Open, The Country Club/Massachusetts USA
  • 23 – 26 June: BMW International Open, München Eichenried/DEU
  • 30 June – 3 July: Irish Open, Mount Juliet/IRL
  • 7 – 10 July: Genesis Scottish Open, The Renaissance/UK
  • 7 – 10 July: Barbasol Championship, Keene Trace/USA
  • 14 – 17 July: The 150th Open, St. Andrews (Old)/UK – Scotland
  • 14 – 17 July: Barracuda Championship, Tahoe Mountain Club/USA
  • 21 – 24 July: Cazoo Classic, venue TBC /UK – England
  • 28 – 31 July: Hero Open, Fairmont St. Andrews/UK – Scotland
  • 4 – 7 Aug: Cazoo Open, Celtic Manor/UK – Wales
  • 11 – 14 Aug: ISPS Handa World Invitational presented by Modest! Golf, Galgorm Castle and Massereene/UK – Northern Ireland 
  • 18 – 21 Aug: D+D Real Czech Masters, Albatross/CZE
  • 25 – 28 Aug: Omega European Masters, Crans-sur-Sierre/SUI
  • 1 – 4 Sept: Made in HimmerLand, HimmerLand/DEN
  • 8 -11 Sept: BMW PGA Championship, Wentworth (West)/UK – England
  • 15 – 18 Sept: DS Automobiles Italian Open, Marco Simone/ITA
  • 22 – 25 Sept: Open de France, Le Golf National/FRA
  • 29 Sept – 2 Oct: Alfred Dunhill Links Championship, St Andrews (old), Carnoustie and Kingsbarns/UK – Scotland
  • 6 – 9 Oct: Acciona Open de España, Campo Villa de Madrid/ESP
  • 13 – 16 Oct: Estrella Dam NA Andalucia Masters, Valderrama/ESP
  • 20 – 23 Oct: Europe event, venue TBC
  • 27 – 30 Oct: WGC-HSBC Champions, Sheshan International/CHN
  • 3 – 6 Nov: Cyprus Open, Aphrodite Hills/CYP
  • 10 – 13 Nov: Nedbank Golf Challenge, Gary Player CC/SA
  • 17 – 20 Nov: DP World Tour Championship, Juneirah Golf Estates (Earth)/UAE