Traditional German Christmas market

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In Europe, the Christmas market takes over the town center, market square, or narrow cobblestone streets, all of which are festively decorated to offer mulled wine, local cuisine, Christmas decorations, sweet candy, and toys Throw away in the darkness of the winter with wooden stalls, local crafts and local entertainment.

Here, we introduce some of the German Christmas markets and celebrate the magic of the seasons with holiday decorations and traditions such as gingerbread and Christmas carols.

Winter is the perfect time to visit the beautiful German Christmas market. If you are looking for the best Christmas gifts, the wonderful scent of a Christmas tree, the sound of a Christmas carol, check out the whole family-the best Christmas market in Germany.

Aachen Christmas Market -November 20-December 23

Just before Christmas, the square and the streets around the cathedral and Aachen City Hall turn into a paradise of light, colors, festive sounds and fascinating smells.

Christopher Dellsmarkt-Baden-Baden-November 23-December 31

Located in the world-famous green corridor “Liechtentaler Allee” at the beginning of Baden-Baden, visitors will receive thousands of sparkling lights Encounter a small street with a festive stall that creates a romantic atmosphere. Every experience ends with great entertainment for all ages.


One of the region’s largest and most beautiful Christmas markets, with about 100 stalls offering a variety of arts and crafts, Christmas decorations, and handmade nativity scenes. Young visitors enjoy Christmas treats, children’s bakery, merry-go-round and Christmas entertainment programs on the outdoor stage.

City West Baroque Charlottenburg Palace is a gorgeous backdrop. Elaborate lighting illuminates the market, palaces, trees and palace ornamental fences with romantic light. The highlight is the pyramid in front of the main entrance of the palace.

Decorated with natural materials, wooden huts and tents offer a variety of crafts and impressive culinary choices. In addition to traditional stalls selling hot chestnuts, crepes and Hungarian Langos, many hotels and restaurants in Berlin and Brandenburg offer quality meals in warm tents.

In front of a small orangery, the Winterwald (Winter Forest) provides children with magical charms such as carousels, air swings and small trains. In the fairy tale Zert (fairy tale tent), small things can make their own arts and crafts. Combine visits to the market with palace tours or stroll through the gardens.

Cologne-November 23-December 23, 2015 In

Cologne, the magic of Christmas can be felt throughout the city, which has been festively decorated. The aroma of baked apples, cinnamon biscuits and mulled wine drifts through the alley. Be enchanted by the Cologne Christmas market, which attracts millions of visitors from all over the world. A large market in downtown and a small market in town offer a variety of themes for exploring, shopping and exploring.

Dresden-November 26-December 24

If you like Christmas, Dresden has 11 completely different Christmas markets, ranging from traditional stalls to after-ski alpine hat charm. Dresden’s church is full of festival insider tips from many oratorians, advents, organs, gospel concerts and holiday sounds.

The Christmas story comes to life in the city’s theater, the museum holds a special exhibition, and a lighted boat adorned with jewels glides along the elbe.

DUSSEFDORF-November 19-December 23

After the St. Martins Parade, the city prepares for Christmas if only Christmas lasts Traditional Christmas markets are located in various locations in the city centre. A well-designed theme world has been set up around the Königsalley to guide visitors to the discovery tour.

More than 200 huts, decorated with Christmas splendor, turn the whole city into a winter wonderland for the whole family. One of Germany’s most beautiful Christmas markets, Düsseldorf offers visitors a unique experience.

Leipzig Christmas Market-November 24-December 23.

The market dates back to 1458 and is set up in six different areas to match the historical landscape of Leipzig city centre. With over 250 shimmering stalls in the historic centre, the Christmas market is one of the oldest and largest markets in Germany. Visitors can enjoy a variety of festivals and dishes. Or you can explore the city’s traditional medieval market.

The main area is Marktplatz (Market Square), a 20-meter-high Saxon spruce Christmas tree, and various performances are performed on the market square stage. The 38-meter-high Ferris wheel on Augustus Square offers seasonal views.

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