Travel to Christmas Markets in Germany and experience a fairytale vacation. Marvel at the glistening lights in the magical towns of Bavaria and experience hundreds of years of traditional festivities.
An enchanting medieval town.
Traveling to Nuremberg to see the Christmas markets is simply magnificent. Taste the delightful sausage, cheese and famous strudel of Bavaria. Step back into the Middle Ages as you walk this town from the Nuremberg Castle which was built by German kings in the 12th-century. Germany is filled with fairytale towns to explore.
One of the larger Christmas markets in Germany, Frankfurt boasts more than just markets. Street performers, musicians and poets mingle with the crowd enjoying the spectacular market stalls.
Choose from over 50 Christmas markets in Berlin. As the capital of Germany, Berlin is home to a flourishing modern day renaissance in art and architecture. The Christmas markets stretch across the city where visitors can enjoy food, wine, art exhibitions, local artisan crafts and even ice skating!
When in Berlin, the Markthalle Neun, or "Market Nine," in the historic Kreuzberg Railway Station is an authentic German food hall to also visit.
The baroque architectural influence of the Frauenkirche church dome is a magnificent backdrop to Dresden's Christmas markets. Located on the picturesque Elbe River, Dresden boasts some of Germany's most enchanting Christmas markets with stunning lights that reflect off the river.
Enjoy your travels as you visit the magical and enchanting Christmas Markets in Germany.
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