Who said holiday shopping has to be a chore? New York City offers top-notch holiday markets, one-stop shopping paradises that feature local vendors and artisans with handcrafted and vintage goods.

Here are five.

COLUMBUS CIRCLE HOLIDAY MARKET

In its 13th year, this picturesque holiday market offers opportunities for shoppers to lose themselves in aisles of art, jewelry, home goods and more. After perusing the wares, make it a day with a stroll through nearby Central Park. The market stays open later closer to Christmas.

WHEN | WHERE Nov. 29-Dec. 24, 11 a.m.-8 p.m. daily, at 59th Street and Central Park West

INFO 212-529-9262, urbanspacenyc.com

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UNION SQUARE HOLIDAY MARKET

This European-style market run by the group behind Columbus Circle is tailored for families, with a kids’ station offering creative classes and art experiences. A wonderland of winding aisles, the market features more than 100 vendors selling eclectic gifts created by local craftspeople and artists.The market stays open later closer to Christmas.

WHEN | WHERE Nov. 17-Dec. 24, 11 a.m.-8 p.m., at Union Square West and 14th Street

INFO 212-529-9262, urbanspacenyc.com

WINTER VILLAGE AT BRYANT PARK MARKET

The only market to feature free ice skating (on a 17,000-square-foot outdoor rink), the Winter Village also has restaurants, a big Christmas tree and an event space. It also features hundreds of boutique-style shops nestled in the park’s tree-lined lanes. Shop for everything from locally produced apparel to jewelry, one-of-a-kind decorative goods and an expanded selection of foodstuffs. Shops stay open later closer to Christmas.

WHEN | WHERE Shops are open Oct. 29-Jan. 2, 11 a.m.-8 p.m. daily, at 40th Street and Sixth Avenue. The Rink and Public Fare are open through March 5.

INFO 917-438-5166, wintervillage.org

GRAND CENTRAL TERMINAL HOLIDAY FAIR

If winter’s al fresco markets leave you cold, warm up at this indoor market offering a full complement of holiday goods. Vendors focus on American-made and handmade products with locally sourced materials or a socially conscious business model. This year, it will offer about 40 vendors for almost six weeks selling artwork, clothing, accessories, toys and home goods.

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WHEN | WHERE Nov. 14-Dec. 24 (closed Thanksgiving), 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday-Friday; 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturday; 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday; 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Dec. 24. At Grand Central Terminal, 89 E. 42nd St.

INFO 212-340-2345, grandcentralterminal.com/

event/grand-central-holiday-fair/2145475695

ASTORIA MARKET HOLIDAY MARKETS

One of the city’s last original beer gardens, Bohemian Hall was built more than a century ago by Czech immigrants and now hosts the Astoria Market’s holiday markets, which feature artists, bakers and designers from Queens and beyond. Shop for vintage merchandise from such vendors as Astoria-based Strung Out Jewelry, Bridy Crawford Designs and Framiati, among others. Patrons can nosh on seasonal nibbles as well.

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WHEN | WHERE Dec. 4, 11 and 18, noon-6 p.m., Bohemian Hall and Beer Garden, 2919 24th Ave., Astoria, Queens

INFO astoriamarket.com, bohemianhall.com