Hold your breath and tread the ground carefully when visiting the Munich Christmas market. This is one of the oldest of Germany’s Christmas markets whose roots can be traced back to the fourteenth century. This market is located in the heart of the city center, on Marienplatz.
This is the rarest of rare Christmas markets where there is something for everyone. It is but obvious that there are lots of scintillating decorations with twinkling fairy lights and lots of foil paper, what makes the Ulm Christmas market different from the rest is its diversity.
Whoever believes that only big markets can be the best should check out the small and charming Trier Christmas Market. Rest assured that they will find it to be one of the most lovable markets of Germany. Located close to the Cathedral Square and the old Main Market, the Trier Christmas Market attracts visitors from […]
The beautifully decorated streets with fairy lights all along and the atmosphere full of gaiety are what make the Stuttgart Christmas Market different from the others. Those visiting it for the first time are overwhelmed by the size of the market.
Please do not forget to take your kids along with you when you visit the Lübeck Christmas market and ensure that you reach there with sufficient time to spare.
Visitors who are interested in both history and festivity should check out the Frankfurt Christmas Market which is more than 600 years old. Apart from being one of the oldest such markets in Germany, this market also has the reputation of being the most popular amongst Christmas markets in the whole of Europe.
You can take the liberty of missing any of the famous Christmas markets of Germany, but ensure that your travel plans includes the Erfurt Christmas Market for the simple reason that it is the prettiest of such markets in Germany. Apart from that, it also happens to be the biggest Christmas market in Thuringia.
Add some extra time in your plans to visit the Cologne Christmas Markets for there are four of them and not just one. They are located on the Rudolfplatz, the Neumarkt, the Alter Markt, and near the Cologne Cathedral. The popularity of these markets can be gauged by the fact that they attract nearly 2 […]
Tourists from all over the world visit the Aachen Christmas Market in Germany, but this particular one is the preferred market of choice for UK residents since Aachen is hardly 4 hours from London via train. The main market is set around town hall and the Cathedral. A cutely decorated Christmas Village situated on the […]
Germany beckons you to have a taste of its world renowned Christmas markets. Go ahead and enjoy a double whammy in this country. Your family will be happy to visit an overseas country during the holiday season, and they will have fun in the myriad Christmas markets that only Germany can offer. The time of […]
Visiting Germany for its Christmas markets and missing the Berlin Christmas Market might be one of your biggest mistakes. However, you might be tight pressed to make a particular choice since Berlin, the capital of Germany, boasts of no less than sixty Christmas markets where you can go along with your family and indulge in […]
Known locally as the Christkindlesmarkt, this famous market, held in the middle of the city on the Nuremberg Main Market square, attracts tourists from all over the country and from other parts of the world too. Do not hurry or you will not be able to visit each and every of the 200 wooden stalls, […]
Traditionally known as the Striezelmarkt, the Dresden Christmas market is the oldest Christmas market of Germany with its origins dating as far back as 1424. It is situated between Münzgasse Strasse and the Frauenkirche, a historical portion of the city centre.
The atmosphere of the Bremen Christmas market, arguably one of the most attractive in Germany, is what sets it apart from the rest. Located in the main market square of the famous historic old town and on the embankment of the Weser River, the background of this market boasts of the Roland statue and the […]