【DE】The most distinctive magical Christmas markets in Germany

Christmas time is coming ! At this time of year, lights are flashing and the atmosphere of Christmas is in the air. Germany is a festive wonder, whether you fancy a medieval meander in Guteneck or a taste of tradition in Munich. Christmas markets, the best place to find original Christmas gifts for the whole family. At the same time, where you can enjoy their Christmas decorations, their beautiful Christmas trees.

 

Christmas markets date back to the late Medieval Period in Germanic-speaking Europe. Before they were coined “Christmas Markets”, the markets were held over a few days every year, for people to stock up on food and goods before the wintertime. The Christmas market tradition as we know it took off in the 16th century with Martin Luther, who suggested that children should receive presents around Christmas-time (thanks, Martin!). That’s when the winter markets started calling themselves Christkindlmarkts, which literally means “Christ Child Markets”.

 

Christmas markets have been popular in Germany and Austria for many centuries! But other European countries have decided to jump on the trend and now host fantastic Christmas markets too. Now, these festive markets are spreading as far as Singapore, the USA, and Canada. Today, Christmas markets in Germany have evolved into large-scale operations, selling regional specialties made for the season, ornaments, delicious treats and much more. Most markets start in late November but some only open early December. And some German Christmas markets end in late December and others last up to early January.

 

We have selected the most distinctive magical German Christmas markets…

 

Nuremberg Christkindlesmarkt, Nuremberg

 

THE NUREMBERG CHRISTMAS MARKT 2021 WILL TAKE PLACE

 

The Nuremberg Christkindlesmarkt 2021 will take place in a decentralized form, spread over several locations within the Old Town. This will create more space between the stands. From Friday, November 26 to Christmas Eve, Friday, December 24, the traditional booths with their red-and-white roofs will be located on the Main Market Square with the Rathausplatz and the Schmuckhof, Jakobsplatz, Lorenzer Platz and on the Insel Schütt. Visitors to the market can stroll from place to place: The entire Old Town will become a magical Christmas city.

 

 

Photo: christkindlesmarkt.de

 

 

Photo: christkindlesmarkt.de

 

 

OPENING HOURS

 

 

 

The Children’s Christmas Market at Hans-Sachs-Platz and the children’s cultural program in the Sternenhaus will once again welcome young visitors. In the pedestrian shopping area, “Christmas Islands” will offer a holiday oasis.

 

The new Nuremberg Christkind, who chose on November 3 to open the Christmas Market on November 26 at 5:30 pm with a festive prologue – but not on the balcony of the Church of Our Lady. The traditional opening ceremony will be moved to an enclosed space for live broadcast in TV and radio. To protect visitors from infection, the Nuremberg Christkind will not make public appearances at the Christkindlesmarkt and Children’s Market. The Christkind will, however, visit social and charitable institutions in accordance with health safety regulations.

 

The Nuremberg Christkind opens the Christkindlesmarkt each year on Friday before the first Sunday in Advent.

 

Although the prologue has been the same for decades, peope await to hear the familiar words with which the Christkind opens “her” market. The opening ceremony has remained the same over the years, but the festive prologue itself was rewritten several times in the 1950s and 60s. The prologue – written by the playwright Friedrich Bröger, son of the Nuremberg poet Karl Bröger – recalls the conditions in 1948, as, for the first time after World War II, the Christkindlesmarkt was held in Nuremberg.

 

TOUR 1: NUREMBERG CHRISTMAS TRADITIONS AT THE CHRISTKINDLESMARKT

 

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On this tour, you’ll experience Nuremberg’s most traditional products and culinary delights.

 

TOUR 2: CREATIVE ARTS & CRAFTS AT THE CHRISTKINDLESMARKT

 

 

Photo: christkindlesmarkt.de

 

 

If you are looking for something unique or one-of-a-kind gift ideas from creative minds, this tour is for you.

 

TOUR 3: LOCAL AND REGIONAL PRODUCTS AT THE CHRISTKINDLESMARKT

 

 Photo: christkindlesmarkt.de

 

 There’s no place like home: This tour focuses on regional crafts and Franconian specialties.

 

TOUR 4: CHARITY AT THE CHRISTKINDLESMARKT

 

 

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Make someone happy is the theme of this tour: When you buy an interesting gift at one of these booths, you will please not only the receiver, but also support charitable projects.

 

 

The Nuremberg Christkindlesmarkt not only places the greatest importance on offering traditional wares, but also on sustainable development. Thus environmental aspects are set on an equal par with social and economic aspects.

 

View over the Nuremberg Christkindlesmarkt   photo: Uwe Niklas

 

 

History of the Market – A CHRISTMAS MARKET WITH A LONG TRADITION

 

Nuremberg’s Christmas Market is one of Germany’s oldest Christmas fairs. The pre-Christmas event on Nuremberg’s Main Market Square dates back to the mid 16th century. The first mention in writing is from 1628.

 

 

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The following inscription in black ink was found at the bottom of an oval, 19-centimeter-long spruce bentwood box decorated with flowers – now in the possession of the Germanisches Nationalmuseum: “Sent to Regina Susanna Harßdörfferin by Miss Susanna Eleonora Erbsin (or Elbsin) on the occasion of the Christmas Market of 1628”.

 

140 Stall Holders in the 18th century

 

A list from 1737 demonstrates that almost all Nuremberg craftsmen were represented on the market. 140 persons were entitled to offer goods for sale.

 

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The market in the 20th century

 

Towards the end of the 19th century, the Christmas Market became less important. It shifted to various venues within the city, and was only revived in the 1930s. The National Socialists made good use of the well-established traditional event which enhanced Nuremberg’s image as the “Treasure Chest of the German Reich” and was a welcome supplement to their own calendar of festive events. In 1933, the Christmas Market moved back to the Main Market Square and was a much romanticised event. An actress dressed up as a christmas angel, accompanied by two golden christmas tree fairies, recited a prologue, a children’s choir sang, and church bells rang. During World War II, no Christmas Market was held in Nuremberg.

 

Photo: christkindlesmarkt.de

 

 

After World War II

 

In 1948, the Christmas Market was re-established in the Old Town which had been completely destroyed. Friedrich Bröger, head dramaturg at the Nuremberg Theatre, wrote a new prologue which – with a few changes – has been recited by the Nuremberg Christkind ever since. From 1948 up until the early 1960s, Nuremberg actress Sofie Keeser played the Christkind. Her successor, Irene Brunner, was also an actress and played the part until 1968. Since 1969, the tradition has been different: every two years a young Nuremberg woman between 16 and 19 years of age was elected as Christkind for a two-year period.

 

NUREMBERG’S CHRISTMAS MARKET OF SISTER CITIES

Since the Middle Ages, Nuremberg has been well-known for its internationality: Craftsmen and artists from all over the world settled the city and Nuremberg merchants sold their products throughout Europe

 

 

The Christmas Market of Sister Cities on the square just north of the Christkindlesmarkt.     photo: Uwe Niklas

 

 

After the Second World War, Nuremberg strove for international contact as a contribution to international understanding and European unity; Nuremberg has dealt intensely with the past and the causes of the fact that Nuremberg is associated with the terrors of the Third Reich and has continuously developed its human rights activities through manifold activities and projects. On of these projects is the Christmas Market of Nuremberg’s Sister Cities.

 

Regional products at the Market of Nuremberg’s Sister Cities

Photo: christkindlesmarkt.de

 

 

 

On the square just north of the Christkindlesmarkt, the Christmas Market of Sister Cities adds some international flair. With a wide range of indigenous arts and crafts, stalls from Nuremberg’s sister cities Antalya (Turkey), Atlanta (USA), Kharkiv (Ukraine), Gera (Thuringia), Glasgow (Scotland), Kavala (Greece), Krakow (Poland), Nice (France), Prague (Czech Republic), San Carlos (Nicaragua), Shenzhen (China), Skopje (Macedonia) and the French region of Limousin as well as the partner communities Bar (Montenegro), Brasov/Kronstadt (Rumania), Kalkudah (Sri Lanka), Klausen+Montan (Italy) und Verona (Italy) take visitors on a journey around the world.

 

The stall managed by the Department for International Relations invites you to taste the “Sister City Mulled Wine” or choose from a selection of Nuremberg books and Christmas goods. All proceeds of the sale will fund charity projects and institutions in the sister cities.

 

For the city’s efforts to promote union and understanding among the people of Europe, the City of Nuremberg and the Nuremberg citizens were presented with the „Golden Stars of Town Twinning“ of the European Commission in 2002 and 2007 with „The Europe Prize“, the highest award given by the Council of Europe to only one or two cities within the 47 member states per year.

 

 

The stall of the City of Glasgow at the Market or Sister Cities in Nuremberg

Photo: christkindlesmarkt.de

 

 

 

NUREMBERG BRATWURST – TRADITION FOR MORE THAN 700 YEARS

Christkindlesmarkt, gingerbread and original Nuremberg Bratwurst have made this city world-famous. In the Franconian metropolis, everything revolves around sausage—and this for more than 700 years! Only as long as your finger, but simply irresistible – that’s an original Nuremberg Bratwurst.

 

 

 

A SYMBOL FOR NUREMBERG: THE ORIGIN OF THE CHRISTKIND

The idea that the Christkind brings children their Christmas gifts goes back to the protestant reformer, Martin Luther (1483-1546). In Luther’s time, it was traditional to give children gifts on December 6th, St. Nicolas’s Day. To turn away from the Catholic veneration of saints and saint’s days, Luther laid gift-giving in his household on Christmas Eve.

 

When counting the days to Christmas, a visit to the “Christmas City” of Nuremberg is an unforgettable experience for little ones. Since 1999, the Children’s Christmas Market on Hans-Sachs-Platz, with its special programs geared for children, has appealed to the whole family. Here, right next to the Christkindlesmarkt, you can find a nostalgic two-tiered merry-go-round, a mini Ferris wheel and a steam railway.

 

 

HANDS-ON BOOTHS FOR CHILDREN

Lovingly decorated little houses (just the right size for children!) tempt you with delicious food and drink and Christmas articles. Little visitors can take an active part at the many “hands-on” booths. Like a Christmas bakery, where the children can bake little shooting stars, teddy bears or hearts out from honey cake dough, decorating them afterwards with almonds, nuts, colorful streusel coconut flakes. At the children’s post office, a yellow post box is waiting for the written or painted wishing lists of the children. Besides that other hands-on booths like candle-making, poker work or the glass house offer many varieties for children to make their own special presents.

 

MEET THE CHRISTKIND!

A highlight for the little ones is the visit of the Nuremberg Christkind. Every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 2:30 pm, she invites children to ride free on the merry-go-round. There the little ones can talk to her and even hand in their wishing lists. The Christkind also comes to the “Sternenhaus” children’s theater and music center to read fairy tales.

 

 

 

THE FESTIVE OPENING CEREMONY AND PROLOGUE

The Nuremberg Christkind opens the Christkindlesmarkt each year on Friday before the first Sunday in Advent.

 

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Christmas Markets 2021 in Berlin

German Gemütlichkeit, local delicacies and a festive atmosphere is what you’ll find at Christmas markets in Berlin. Although there are so many Christmas fairs in the city centre and beyond, every one of them is quite unique: Some are more traditional and cozy, others focus on activities, fairground attractions or stylish designer Christmas gifts.

 

Photo: berlin.de

 

Christmas markets are one of the most famous and beloved German holiday traditions. Berlin offers a wide variety of Christmas markets all over the city, with different ambiances catering to all kinds of visitors. Discover the most popular Christmas markets and Christmas fairs in Berlin with adresses, opening hours and public transport connections.

 

Photo: berlin.de

 

 

Nordic Fairy Tale Christmas Market at Britz Palace

On all Advent weekends in 2021

Built in the 18th century, Britz Palace in the district of Neukölln forms the romantic backdrop for this cosy historic Christmas market.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Christmas Market in Spandau

 26 November – 23 December 2021

 

In Advent, the streets and alleys in the old town of Spandau change into a beautiful Christmas world complete with market stalls and a renaissance fair. This year, Spandau Christmas market moves to the Spandau Citadel (Zitadelle Spandau).

 

 

 

Due to Corona, the traditional Spandau Christmas market will take place in 2021 in the Zitadelle Spandau. Within the complex it is possible to comply with the applicable hygiene and distance regulations. Visitors to the Zitadelle can look forward to numerous stalls even on weekdays. On weekends there are even more, offering a wealth of specialities and delicacies, arts and crafts and Christmas decorations.

With many market stalls within sight of the tall and festively decorated Christmas tree, vendors offer all kinds of Christmas decorations, gifts, foods and drinks all week long. The market is particularly nice for families. A stage programme including sing-alongs with Santa Claus, who also collects Christmas wishes, are aimed at the younger market-goers. It is planned to return to this established location in the old town of Spandau in 2022.

Although the Spandau Christmas market isn’t exactly in the heart of Berlin, it is quite easy to reach by public transport. With S Bahn, U Bahn and regional train it takes only 15 to 25 minutes from the city centre, depending on where you start the journey.

 

Christmas Market at Berlin Town Hall

22 November 2021 – 02 January 2022

Famous for its Ferris wheel in front of the Governing Mayor’s seat, this Christmas market tempts visitors with Old Berlin style market alleys, a circular ice rink and culinary delights.

 

 

Visitors to the Christmas market at Berlin Town Hall near Alexanderplatz dive a little bit into historic Berlin with street artists such as organ grinders and musicians, an Old Berlin setting and traditional stalls selling authentic arts and crafts. Performers present scenes of life in Berlin as it happened at this place one hundred years ago.

 

 

Historic carrousels and a fairytale forest

A 50-metres giant Ferris wheel provides an excellent view of the festively illuminated Berlin city centre. Historic carrousels offer action and delight both for children and adults. A special treat for the little ones is a trip on the train that enters a fantastic, snowy fairytale forest. Another popular highlight of this market is the 600 square metres ice rink where skaters makes circles around the impressive Neptune Fountain.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photo: berlin.de

 

 

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Santa Claus is coming

There are a lot of tasty culinary delights waiting for the visitors – from the traditional mulled wine, or Glühwein, to roasted almonds, bratwursts, freshly baked bread and gingerbread. And Santa Claus is coming, too: Three times a day he rides on his sleigh pulled by his reindeer over the market in the Berlin air and is happy to give hugs and pose for a photograph.

 

 

 

Christmas Market at Gendarmenmarkt

22 November – 31 December 2021

Centrally located at one of the most beautiful squares in Berlin, this Christmas Market offers quality Christmas decoration, food and entertainment.

 

Photo: berlin.de

 

Not only thanks to its location between Französischer Dom and Deutscher Dom is the Christmas market at Gendarmenmarkt one of the most atmospheric in the city. The market offers a large range of handmade goods crafted by artisans, Christmas food, and entertainment.

 

Photo: berlin.de

 

In the market’s large crafts tent, visitors can look wood carvers, belt makers, dressmakers, comb makers and other craftspeople over the shoulder. Not far away, talented graphic artists, photographers, stonemasons and painters display their works.

 

 

Photo: berlin.de

 

Culinary offerings at the Gendarmenmarkt Christmas market range from unusual snacks to gourmet menus and traditional Christmas delicacies. Jugglers, fire-eaters, choirs and classical, jazz or Gospel ensembles provide a varied entertainment programme on each market day. A part of the proceeds of the admission fee is given to charity.

 

Photo: berlin.de

 

 

Corona rules

The Christmas Market at Gendarmenmarkt takes place under 2G conditions. This means:

 

  • Visitors must be fully vaccinated or recovered.
  • Children under the age of 12 and people who cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons must present a current negative test result (from the age of 12, a PCR test is necessary).
  • Children under 6 years of age do not need a test result or proof of vaccination or recovery.
  • There is no obligation to wear a mask.

 

Lucia Christmas Market at Kulturbrauerei

22 November – 22 December 2021

Named after the Nordic goddess of light, the Lucia Christmas market focuses on goods and food from Scandinavia.

The Lucia Christmas market is named after the Nordic goddess of light. Set up at a former brewery from the 19th century, the market welcomes visitors with traditional Scandinavian handicrafts, food, drinks and an entertainment programme.

The historic brick buildings of the old brewery form a spectacular backdrop to the festively decorated and carefully curated market stalls. While market-goers explore the offers, music from Scandinavia and the smells of Scandinavian and German Christmas foods and drinks evoke the right atmosphere.

 

Photo: berlin.de

 

Among the standards of the Lucia market are the many Swedish fire logs and an art installation that helps visitors fight the cold. At the so-called “open-air coat heater”, market-goers can slip on coats that have been warmed by a wood-fired oven.

 

The Lucia Christmas market is great for children too: The little ones can bounce on a bungee trampoline, explore a small knight’s castle and enjoy a ride on a historic swing carousel. In the evenings, Santa Claus pays the market a visit, accepts Christmas wishes and hands out sweets.

 

Photo: berlin.de

 

 

Christmas Market at Potsdamer Platz

29 October 2021 – 02 January 2022

A perfect Christmas market for fit kids and adults: Aside from stalls offering festive food and drinks, visitors particularly enjoy the large toboggan run and the ice skating rink.

 

 

Photo: berlin.de

 

 

The Winterwelt (Winter World) at Potsdamer Platz is a visitor magnet and a highlight among Berlin’s winter attractions. Unlike traditional Christmas markets, the Winterwelt is also a sporting venue. A special highlight is the 12-metre high and 70-metre long winter slide. The toboggan run scores with a view of the Brandenburg Gate and, with its colourful disco lights, is sure to make children’s eyes light up. Afterwards, several huts provide the young and old athletes with bratwurst, roasted almonds, mulled wine, crêpes and co. Due to the Corona pandemic there will be no ice rink or curling this year.

 

Mulled wine and arts and crafts at Potsdamer Platz

Those who prefer a less sporty but more cosy atmosphere can go under the illuminated lime trees of Alte Potsdamer Straße. A crafts market and numerous stalls with Christmas snacks await visitors there. Last-minute Christmas shoppers can look forward to handmade gifts, Christmas decorations and children’s toys.

 

Photo: berlin.de

 

Note: This year, only the Winter World, not the associated Christmas market will take place.

 

Christmas Market on Alexanderplatz

 22 November – 26 December 2021

The Christmas market on Alexanderplatz in the heart of Berlin offers a mix between a traditional market, a fairground and party atmosphere.

 

Photo: berlin.de

 

 

The Christmas Market on Alexanderplatz is one of the busiest in Berlin. Vendors sell traditional crafts and Christmas products such as pottery, tchotchkes and carved Christmas pyramids from more than a hundred booths while the sounds of the market-goers and the smells of Bratwurst, gingerbread and mulled wine waft through the square.

 

Those in search of entertainment will enjoy the daily show programs, fairground rides for children, and the Ferris wheel nearby. From the top of the wheel, visitors can enjoy the view over the illuminated Alexanderplatz with the hustle and bustle between the stands and market attractions. For the more active visitors, there is an ice rink. The market also offers a party location resembling a traditional wooden hut, where adult visitors can enjoy a drink and dance well into the night.

 

A special feature of the market is the Christmas pyramid decorated with more than 5000 lights. It is the biggest walk-in Christmas pyramid in Europe. On the ground floor of the pyramid, snacks and refreshments are available, while the platform on top offers nice views of the city.

 

Photo: berlin.de

 

 

Christmas Market at Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church

22 November 2021 – 02 January 2022

This Christmas market in the centre of Berlin-West is worth a visit while shopping on Berlin’s famous Kurfürstendamm.

 

Photo: berlin.de

 

 

Photo: berlin.de

 

 

Christmas Market at Schlossplatz in Köpenick

10 – 12 December 2021

Located in the old town of Berlin-Köpenick with cobblestone roads and a Baroque palace, the Christmas market at Schlossplatz is one of the most atmospheric in Berlin.

 

Photo: berlin.de

 

 

Christmas Avenue

22 November – 23 December 2021

The LGBTIQ Christmas Market took place for the first time in Berlin at Nollendorfplatz in 2019. Christmas Avenue” originated in Cologne and came to Berlin in 2019 under the patronage of Klaus Wowereit. Atmospheric illuminations, a varied stage programme and high-quality treats await visitors directly in front of the Metropol.

 

Photo: berlin.de

 

 

 

 

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Photo: berlin.de

 

 

Medieval Christmas market at the manor of Britz Castle

On all Advent weekends 2021

The Christmas market at Gutshof Britz is under Nordic and historical influence. A fairytale program makes the eyes of children and adults alike shine.

 

Photo: berlin.de

 

Christmas market at Charlottenburg Palace

Canceled

Due to its romantic backdrop and magnificent illuminations, the Christmas market at Charlottenburg Palace is not without reason popular with Berliners and visitors at the same time.

 

Photo: berlin.de

 

 

Dresden Christmas Markets

 

The Dresden Striezelmarkt is considered the oldest Christmas market in Germany. However, the visitor magnet attracts not only with its record age, but also with other superlatives, such as the world’s largest, 14.61 meter high Erzgebirge step pyramid, probably the world’s largest walk-in flying buttress and a daily Christmas cultural program for young and old. But also the small, fine things of the Striezelmarkt, such as the plum slippers, figurines made by hand from dried plums with a long (pre-)history, are also simply irresistible. Not particularly big, but all the more romantic is the historic Ferris wheel, with which the lovingly decorated huts of the Striezelmarkt can be admired from above.

 

Striezelmarkt Dresden                                    Photo: triezelmarkt.dresden.de

 

Certainly it is one of the most traditional, with many of the customs surrounding the main city market stemming from local industries like mining, woodworking and pottery. The Striezelmarkt originally started back in the 15th century. The word ‘Striezel’ actually refers to a cake made at this time of year called a ‘Stollen’, which is also found in other parts of Germany, but in this area is reputed to represent the entrance to the mines in the nearby Erzgebirge range.

 

Opening hours

  1. November to 24. December

daily from 10 am to 9 pm

 

Special opening hours on the 22nd. November:

4 pm to 9 pm

 

Special opening hours on the 24th. December:

10 am to 2 pm

Venue: Altmarkt Dresden

 

Striezelmarkt culinary

Whether Dresden Christmas stollen, glazed apples, cripples or mulled wine – the Dresden Striezelmarkt offers a wide range of culinary delights for all visitors. Dresden’s typical Christmas biscuits, the Striezel – i.e. the Stollen, gives its name to the traditional Christmas market.

 

 

Photo: triezelmarkt.dresden.de

 

 

Christmas crafts

The popular wood carvings from the Erzgebirge, Plauen lace, finely patterned fabrics of the Lusatian blue dyers, ceramics from the Silesian part of Saxony and Christmas tree decorations from Thuringia: The Dresden Striezelmarkt is a showcase of traditional folk art.

 

Photo: triezelmarkt.dresden.de

 

 

History and tradition

The 1st Dresden Striezelmarkt lasted only one day. In 1434, Elector Frederick II and his brother Duke Sigismund approved a free market on the Altmarkt “the day before Holy Christ’s Eve”.

 

Over the following half millennium, the Dresden Striezelmarkt developed into one of the most traditional and popular Christmas markets in Germany. Every year, more than 240 dealers and showmen travel to sell their goods on the market and live up to the reputation of the Dresden Striezelmarkt as a showcase of traditional folk art.

 

Striezelmarkttasse and Striezeltaler

Every year again…

It belongs to Germany’s oldest Christmas market such as flying buttress, stollen and plum slippers: The mulled wine cup of the Dresden Striezelmarkt.

 

Photo: triezelmarkt.dresden.de

 

Also for the 586th Dresden Striezelmarkt there is a new edition of the popular special edition, limited to 586 copies. The collection cup is truly unique every year – designed by hand with an annually changing motif. In addition to the special edition, a standard model and a children’s cup edition are specially designed for market dispensing and produced regionally every year.

 

 

Photo: triezelmarkt.dresden.de

 

A look at the manufactory rooms of Kannegießer in Lusatia shows which motifs and colors adorn the cups in 2020.

 

The gift idea for the Striezelmarkt

The Striezeltaler is a wonderful idea to make family, friends, employees or business partners a pre-Christmas joy. Give away a little Striezelmarkt – whether as a little something for the Santa Claus boot, the joint company outing, for passionate collectors or if you just want to “stries” a round yourself.

For 586. Dresden Striezelmarkt publishes the seventh edition of the popular Striezeltaler. The silver shimmering coin shows a little rider on a wooden horse in 2020 – the traditional Christmas motif of Erzgebirge folk art.

 

Foto: © 2019 Michael Schmidt – www.schmidt.fm

 

Each taler is considered a voucher worth 1 euro, which can be redeemed at all dealers and rides of the Dresden Striezelmarkt. If you don’t have the opportunity to spend your thalers at the Striezelmarkt in 2020, look forward to the 587. Dresden Striezelmarkt, because the coins are still considered a Christmas means of payment at the traders of the Striezelmarkt in 2021.

 

Foto: © 2019 Michael Schmidt – www.schmidt.fm

 

 

Striezeltaler can be obtained here in the online shop. Choose your favorite from the different sets and have the talers conveniently delivered to your home.

 

 

Munich Christmas Market

 

The lights shine on the Christmas tree in front of the town hall, the scent of gingerbread and cinnamon is in the air: From 22.11. to 24.12.2021, the Original Munich Christmas Market, the oldest Christmas market in the city, will take place this year around Marienplatz. For the first time, the New Year’s Market will start after the Christmas holidays on Dec. 27, and will brighten up the dark season with culinary and handicraft specialties until Jan. 9, 2022.

 

Features of the Munich Christmas Market

Over 140 stalls around the Christmas tree

Literally the biggest attraction of the Christkindlmarkt is every year again the magnificent Christmas tree in front of the New Town Hall: Countless candles give the whole square a wonderful Advent atmosphere. The tree is donated each year by a different municipality, which is allowed to present itself in the City Hall’s ceremonial courtyard.

 

 

Photo: muenchen.de

 

Tradition and handicrafts

The market traders offer fresh macaroons, stollen and Kletznbrot and brew their own berry mulled wine and herbal liqueurs. The small “Zwetschgenmandl” (figures made of dried fruit and nuts) are also lovingly handmade.

 

Photo: muenchen.de

 

 

 

Children’s Christmas Workshop

Wonderful arts and crafts for the festive season: Children aged 6-12 can roll their own candles, design Christmas cards and enjoy lots more activities at the “Himmelswerkstatt” in the town hall. There is an array of glittering robes and angel wings available if you fancy making your look a bit more angelic.

 

 

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Christmas Tours

Lichterglanz & Weihnachtszauber (bright lights & Christmas magic) – a heavenly tour of Munich

Get yourself in the Christmas mood with this tour of the Altstadt old town area, where you will experience a wonder- ful atmosphere filled with aromatic almonds and glittering lights.

 

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‘Packerlbus‘

The ‘Packerlbus‘ is provided by Munich’s transport

association, offering storage space for shopping bags.

Location: Next to the Deutsches Jagd- und Fischereimuseum (German Museum of Hunting and Fishing) on Augustiner- strasse / end of Kaufingerstrasse.

Saturdays, 11 am – 8 pm

 

Photo: muenchen.de

 

The oldest Christmas market in Munich – the history

From the Nikolaidult to the Christkindlmarkt: The beginnings of the Christkindlmarkt are said to date back to the 14th century with the so-called St. Nicholas markets. The first mention of a Nikolaidult in Kaufinger Straße near the Schönen Turm in the annals of the city dates back to 1642 – this was only allowed to be supplied by Munich merchants.

At the beginning of the 19th century (1803) the Nikolaidult moved to today’s Promenadeplatz. Under the influence of the Enlightenment and the growing importance of Protestantism, the change from St. Nicholas to the Christ Child as the bringer of gifts took place in Munich, as it had in other cities – and thus also from the St. Nicholas to the Christ or Christmas Market.

 

 The market on Marienplatz – known as the Christkindl- markt in German – is Munich’s oldest Christmas market.

Its roots are thought to date back to the Nicholas markets held in the 14th century: the first mention in town records relates to a market known as the Nikolaidult held on Kaufin-gerstrasse near the Schönen Turm tower in 1642.

 

With the Enlightenment, the Nikolaimarkt was renamed the Christmarkt in 1806 and, after much moving around, in 1972 took up its permanent home in the heart of the city as the “Münchner Christkindlmarkt”.

 

With the 30-metre Christmas tree fully decked out and shining with  the light of 2,500 candles, the scent of sweet,spiced Glühwein drifting on the air and sparkling tinsel catching the eye everywhere you look, the atmosphere in the state capital of Munich well and truly captures the magic of the festive period.

 

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The Kripperlmarkt at the Christkindlmarkt Munich

Nativity market at St. Peter’s Church in Munich

 

Centuries old tradition of crib art

From the lantern for the stable to the chaff for the ox and donkey to the gifts of the Three Kings – at the Nativity Market at St. Peter’s you can find everything you need for a real nativity scene. A true Eldorado for nativity scene lovers!

 

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Twelve stalls offer nativity scenes, nativity figures and accessories. Almost every stall also has a special offer in its assortment.

 

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The offer contains real collector’s items and rarities. Highlights of the Kripperlmarkt are the valuable oriental splendor cribs and alpine crib representations.

 

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Already since the middle of the 18th century, the Kripperlmarkt with its artistically carved figures has been a traditional part of the Munich Christkindlmarkt.

 

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Munich Christmas tree on Marienplatz: What you need to know

Munich Christkindlmarkt: The Christmas tree in front of Munich City Hall

 

Munich’s new Christmas tree has arrived: on November 3, the silver fir has been erected on Marienplatz. It will light up on November 22 to celebrate the start of the Christmas Market. Here’s the most important information about the landmark of the Christkindlmarkt at Marienplatz.

 

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Where does Munich’s Christmas tree on Marienplatz come from?

Munich’s 2021 Christmas tree has its origins in the community of Peiting in Bavaria’s Weilheim-Schongau district.

 

 

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The Christmas tree on Marienplatz is a gift. Since 1977, communities from Bavaria and the Alpine countries have donated a tree to the city – sometimes a spruce, sometimes a fir. Actually, Munich’s Italian partner city Verona was chosen for 2020, but had to cancel because of Corona. The resort town of Steingaden stepped in at short notice.

 

 

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The list is long – and the willingness to donate is high. In return, the communities are allowed to present themselves at the Christkindlmarkt.

 

 

Stuttgarter Weihnachtsmarkt, Stuttgart

Attracting millions of visitors each year, Stuttgart’s winter wonderland is also something to see! Southwestern Germany knows how to celebrate Christmas. Lively and busy, the Stuttgart Christmas Markets reflect both medieval and Nordic themes. There is a main market in the city center while neighboring towns and villages hold smaller-scale specialty markets.

 

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After a corona-related break last year, the Stuttgart Christmas market can open its doors this year within the framework of the currently applicable Corona Ordinance and in compliance with hygiene requirements. For example, the Ministry of Social Affairs, Health and Integration has agreed with the municipal state associations and representatives from the showman industry.

 

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This year, the city will be transformed from the 24th November up to and including 30. December 2021 for 37 days in a lovingly decorated Budenstadt – by decision of the municipal council one week longer than originally planned.

 

 

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The conditions and access regulations under which visitors can enjoy the atmospheric Christmas season in the heart of the state capital together with the exhibitors will be decided in close coordination with the city administration in the coming days.

 

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Christmas market with great tradition

The Stuttgart Christmas Market is not only one of the most beautiful, but also one of the oldest Christmas markets in Europe. In 1692, he was first mentioned in documents. However, its roots go back further.

 

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A tradition for more than 300 years – the Stuttgart Christmas market is not only one of the most beautiful and largest, but also one of the oldest Christmas markets in Europe. In 1692, he was first mentioned in documents. However, its roots go back further: An official market privilege is known from 1507, in which Duke Ulrich of Württemberg leaves the collection of the stand money at the fairgrounds to the city of Stuttgart. In all probability, however, the market privilege is only the confirmation of an existing authority. In this, a horse market at St. Ottmar (16th November), from which a fair later developed, which was getting closer and closer to Christmas in time. This finally resulted in a “Christkindleinmarkt”, which stretched from Tuesday to Saturday before Christmas.

 

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More than 3.5 million visitors now come to the Baden-Württemberg state capital every year. Guests from home and abroad meet in their hearts to get in the mood for the contemplative Christmas season together. The traditional grocer market items are still in the assortment of dealers, but the range of the now around 300 stands has become much more diverse: wooden toys, crib figures, handicrafts, jewelry, sweet treats and culinary delights from all over the world are among them. But the supporting program also offers a lot: daily live concerts, a large children’s fairytale country with nostalgic carousels, a real mini steam locomotive to ride along and many participatory activities such as the children’s bakery or candle workshop as well as the antique market on Karlsplatz make the Stuttgart Christmas market special.

 

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Leipziger Weihnachtsmarkt, Leipzig

 

The good news in advance – everything is being prepared for our Christmas market – but there are still many questions to clarify in detail. However, the possible date is certain: 23. November to 23. December 2021.

 

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The Christmas market is again spread over the entire city center and the atmospheric Christmas decoration with Christmas tree, special street lighting, the fairytale forest and the Magic Forest will definitely exist.

 

Leipziger Weihnachtsmarkt – Eingang zum Märchenwald auf dem Augustusplatz – Foto: Andreas Schmidt

 

 

The tradition of the Leipzig Christmas market dates back to the 15th century. Century back. Due to its unique cultural and culinary offer in the middle of the historic old town, with its around 300 stalls, it is one of the largest and most beautiful Christmas markets in Germany.

 

Christmas market cups

The annually changing mulled wine and children’s cups of the Leipzig Christmas Market are now simply part of the Erlebnis Weihnachtsmarkt and are also popular as a souvenir and collectible. For several years now, fans of the Leipzig Christmas Market have been able to decide on the appearance of the mulled wine cups in an online vote.

 

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Christmas market cups 2020 © City of Leipzig/kh/ag

 

 

Opening hours 2021

Dates/opening hours subject to change!

The Leipzig Christmas Market will take place this year from the 23rd. November to 23. December 2021, where on the 23rd December only the area on the market (square) has opened – all other areas close / build after the 22nd December.

 

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It starts on the 23rd. November already from 12:00 – with the twilight (approx. 4:30 p.m.) the Christmas tree is illuminated in a small ceremony.

 

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Daily opening hours

Sunday to Thursday: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm

Friday and Saturday: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm

 

Different opening hours

  1. November from 12:00 to 21:00
  2. December from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm

On the 23rd. December only the stands on the market (place) are open!

 

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Frankfurt Christmas Markets

22nd November – 22nd December 2021

With an international airport and multiple daily train and bus connections, Frankfurt is becoming a popular destination during Christmas time! It attracts some 3 million visitors annually, of which many come to experience one of the oldest Christmas markets in the World, the Weihnachtsmarkt Frankfurt Römerberg Christmas Market. The city also hosts smaller markets branching off from the main market, but all gathered together in one central location for easy access.

 

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The Main Frankfurt Christmas Market: Weihnachtsmarkt Frankfurt Römerberg

 

The Frankfurt Christmas Market is indeed no ordinary event. Its history has been traced back to 1393, when first reference thereof was made in official documentation. The market was traditionally accompanied by the performance of ecclesiastical mystery plays, which were also held on the Römerberg. What’s so special about it?  It’s got the best food! It features some of the best Frankfurt marzipan mix specialties. Remember to taste Brenten, rectangular thick cookies, and Bettmännchen, which are round cookie balls with almonds. The market is also the perfect place to step out of your comfort zone and sample Quetschemännchen, a strange Christmas delicacy that consists of decorated figures made out of nuts and prunes.

 

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Cologne Christmas Markets

Famous for its massive cathedral, Cologne is the fourth largest city in Germany! It holds many beautiful markets scattered across the city with all the typical Christmas market extravaganza. The cool thing about visiting Cologne during the Christmas season is that the city is set up with a small train called the Christmas Market Express, which connects all of the Cologne Christmas markets together. Now, onto our two favorite markets—the Cathedral Christmas Market and the Cologne Christmas Market in Old Town.

 

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The Cologne Cathedral Christmas Market– the biggest and most popular Christmas market in Cologne. Explore its glittering wooden pavilions to find handmade gifts including wood carvings, tree decorations and soaps.

 

 

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With a particular emphasis on regional organic foods, this is a perfect place for foodie travellers. Grab yourself a mug and fill up on gluhwein, before joining in the festivities with song and dance in the streets. There’s entertainment provided for all ages, including young ones, who can enjoy a ride on an old-fashioned merry-go-round, or spin their fate on the wheel of fortune.

 

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The Harbour Christmas Market will be a state-of-the-art market. It will be staged next to the Chocolate Museum against a picturesque backdrop along the River Rhine and encompass 70 booths in snow-white pagoda marquees that look like sails. In addition to high-quality goods and handicrafts, the market will offer culinary delights from the region and all over the world. Visitors will also be able to enjoy hot mulled wine from a vintner at a real three-masted wooden ship. The Christmassy mood in the harbour will be enhanced by a diverse entertainment programme, which will include shanties, pirates, and a “lighthouse tavern”.

 

 

 

 

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Heinzel’s Winter Fairytale- Christmas Market & Ice Rink in Cologne’s Old Town

 

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Aachener Christmas Market, Aachen

  1. November – 23. December 2021

Opening hours 2021

19/11 – 23/12/2021, daily 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.

deviating therefrom:

21/11/2021 6 – 9 p.m.

18/12/2021 11 a.m. – 10 p.m.

23/12/2021 11 a.m. – 8 p.m

 

 

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The MAC – Märkte und Aktionskreis City e.V. is a planner, organizer and organizer of the Aachen Christmas Market – and this already in 2021 for the 48th time. Times!

 

 

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For about four weeks before Christmas, the squares and lanes around Aachen Cathedral and the town hall are transformed into a Christmas village and a meeting place for Aacheners and visitors to the city. Twinkling lights and the scent of mulled wine and Aachener Printen (kind of gingerbread) wherever you go – and all in a unique atmosphere! It’s no coincidence that Aachen Christmas market has regularly made it to the top ten Best Christmas Markets in Europe in recent years.

 

 

 

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Due to Corona, the Christmas market this year will be built a little differently, a little airier and yet over 100 dealers, craftsmen, artists and restaurateurs offer a trip for all the senses: wonderful splendor in Christmas decorations, candles and prints, festive music and craftsmanship from the traditional workshops. Christmas sounds and the delicious scent of Aachen prints, cinnamon stars, marzipan, chestnuts and noble spices are then in the air for a month and attract young and old to the imperial city.

 

The Aachen Christmas market not only shines with history and traditions! No! Tradition and modernity are combined in the imperial city. The proof of this is, among other things, the homepage of the Christmas market as well as its Facebook and Instagram account. Furthermore, the city of Aachen, in cooperation with NetAachen, will once again provide free Wi-Fi for all visitors to the Aachen Christmas Market – unlimited and free of charge.

 

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Hamburger Christmas Market, Hamburg

Discover Hamburg’s more than 30 Christmas markets and indulge in mulled wine, roasted chestnuts and an enchanting winter atmosphere.

 

 

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Rathausplatz Christmas market

After the corona-related break last year, 2021, we are pleased to be able to organize the historic Christmas market on Rathausplatz in Hamburg again.

Our new concept gives all guests free access to the dealer area. Access to the gastronomic area is allowed according to the 2-G rule. This area can be visited without prior notice.

 

Santa Pauli

Hamburg’s hottest Christmas market. This is where traditional Christmas atmosphere and typical St. Pauli entertainment meet.

The adults-only pine forest offers strip shows and live music, sizzling with sensuality. It’s not just the traditional mulled wine that warms visitors from the inside! With a cup of Glühwein in the Adult Tent, visitors can browse gift stalls for spicy Christmas presents.

Because of its unique location, the market is also later into the night than many other Chirstmas markets, adding a colourful entertainment programme to the already lively Reeperbahn area. Along with the traditional Christmas stalls, there is a show stage with a nightly live music programme and an open-air art gallery. Additionally, even the young ones can enjoy an entirely child-oriented programme which takes place only on Sundays.

 

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Dates

15 November – 23 December 2021

 

Opening hours

Mon — Wed: 4:00 p.m. — 11:00 p.m.

Thu: 4:00 p.m. — 00:00 a.m.

Fri & Sat: 1:00 p.m. — 1:00 a.m.

Sun: 1:00 p.m. — 11:00 p.m.

 

Bergedorf Christmas Market

This enchanting Christmas market at Bergedorf Castle boasts cosy drink booths, Christmas trees and plenty of fun activities for kids.​​​

​Head to Hamburg’s east and enjoy Christmas at fairytale-like Bergedorf Castle, only a short walk away from S-Bahn station Bergedorf. The origins of Hamburg’s last remaining castle date back to the 14th century. The local Christmas market takes place on the castle grounds. Browse through handmade gifts, sip mulled wine at a drink booth or snack on sugary treats by the fire. Children are welcome to participate in handicraft workshops. Bands play Christmas songs on the weekends.

 

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Note for the 2021 season

The Bergedorf Christmas Market will use a 2G hygiene concept. Click here for more information on what this entails.

Dates

22 November – 30 December 2021

Closed on 25 and 26 December

Opening hours

Daily from 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Getting there

S2 and S21 to Hamburg-Bergedorf

 

Blankenese Christmas Market

Quaint Blankenese hosts an enchanting Christmas market. Head west along and indulge in Christmas spirit and a phenomenal river view.

 

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Jungfernstieg Xmas Market

It’s a white Christmas indeed at the Inner Alster Lake: elegant, white stalls offer anything from hot drinks and roasted nuts to jewelry and home goods.​​​

 

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​Along Jungfernstieg boulevard at the Inner Alster lake, it’s a white Christmas indeed. Here, elegant, white stalls display jewelry and handicrafts while others entice the senses with hot drinks, roasted nuts and cinnamon-scented baked goods ─ all against the backdrop of the glistening Alster lake. What better way to end a shopping spree around nearby Neuer Wall, Alsterarkaden or Europa Passage?

 

Note for the 2021 season

The hygiene plan for the Jungfernstieg Christmas Market is currently TBA. Check back for updates as they become available. In the meantime, click here for more information on both ‘2G’ and ‘3G’ hygiene plans entail.

Dates

18 November – 29 December 2021

Opening hours

Daily: 11:00 a.m. — 9:00 p.m.

Fri — Sat: gastronomy stands stay open until 10:00 p.m.

Getting there

U1/2/4 or S1/2/3 to Jungfernstieg

U3 to Rathaus

 

Christmas Market Schloss Guteneck, Guteneck

 

Finally Christmas market time again! Guteneck Castle is about to spend 16 market days, entirely dedicated to the traditional Christmas senses. Let yourself be enchanted on 4 weekends. Immerse yourself in the Christmas, mysterious market idyll, now also on Advent Thursdays. One more day of the week when the many stalls and huts invite you to stroll. The most diverse specialties, mulled wines and delicacies tempt you to enjoy and taste, e.g. in the Schloss Hofladen, where very special Christmas gifts are available again. Marvel at the historical craftsmanship of blacksmiths, glassblowers, tin foundries or crib carvers. Let yourself be enchanted with pure castle romance, on additional created paths, because the entire market area will be made more generous this year: A new hut street with a lot of space awaits visitors. In addition to the camels, horses, as well as our falconer, a petting zoo will be integrated for the first time and a fairytale trail behind the castle, which will last all year round. The panoramic tour of the newly renovated castle café invites you to revel and marvel with its fantastic view. As a Christmas-decorated parlour, the castle café will give every visitor a premonition of the occasions on which it will shine in the future. The most impressive novelty of the well-known Christmas market is the spectacular light staging of the castle and its surroundings by the Coburg University of Applied Sciences. Experience a completely new atmosphere and let yourself be enchanted (Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays).

 

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On 50,000m2 in and around the castle, visitors can get a picture like from a fairy tale. In addition to the three large market segments castle romance, traditional craftsmanship and the Middle Ages, there are more than 120 beautiful stands. Gutenecker Waldkrippe Castle is an artistic masterpiece. The delicacies of the market can also be enjoyed in the castle cafe, the forest tavern or the castle garden tavern.

 

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As a new highlight, Coburg University of Applied Sciences will make the castle and the entire site shine with a whole new additional illumination.

 

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The market was voted the most beautiful Christmas market in Germany by the largest online portal for Christmas markets weihnachtsmarkt-deutschland.de in 2014 and 2015.

 

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Bremen Christmas Markets

The historic Hanseatic city of Bremen is a dazzling sight in the festive period. From a World Heritage Site illuminated by shimmering lights to a mediaeval atmosphere by the water, ice skating in the north and stylish festive shopping fun – Bremen has a lot to offer when it comes to Christmas markets. Here are a few examples.

 

 

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Heidelberg Christmas Markets

one of the most beautiful Christmas markets in Germany

During the Advent walk, in addition to the picturesque alleys and sights, a variety of Christmas stalls can be discovered, which offer enchanting gift ideas in various places in the old town. If you are looking for sports activities, one of the most beautiful ice rinks in Germany awaits you on Karlsplatz with a view of the world-famous castle ruins.

 

 

 

photo: Heidelberg Marketing / Thorsten Assfalg

 

 

Opening hours

Heidelberg Christmas Market

  1. November – 22. December 2021

Sunday – Friday 11 am – 9 pm

Saturday 11 am – 10 pm

 

Bismarckplatz Christmas Market

  1. November 2021 – 1. January 2022

 

Winter groves on the grain market

  1. November 2021 – 1. January 2022
  2. December closed

 

Heidelberg Ice Rink (Karlsplatz)

  1. November 2021 – 9. January 2022

Monday – Sunday 10 am – 10 pm

  1. December closed

25th and 26th December: 12 noon – 10 pm

  1. December: 10 am – 1 am

 

 

 

photo: © Heidelberg Marketing / Thorsten Assfalg

 

 

Dusseldorf Christmas Market

November 18th to December 30th 2021

Dusseldorf is a chic city and a fabulous place to visit if you’re into art and fashion. Located a short train ride from Cologne, Dusseldorf hosts a fair share of Christmas markets spread across the city. The best way to visit them all is to start at Schadowstrasse and make your way towards the Aldstadt on foot.

 

Old Town Market

 

 

 

 

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Angel market

 

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Handwerker-Markt

 

 

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