In all parts of Germany you will experience a deep tradition of celebrating the pre-Christmas weeks of the year. Do not miss the aromatic mulled wine, tasty sweet toasted almonds and Christmas baked goods.
Over 60 large and small Christmas markets in Berlin from fancy to classic, offering arts and crafts as well as a variety of culinary products and musical entertainment. The Charlottenburg Palace illuminated in the evenings provides a great backdrop to one of the most romantic Christmas markets. The Gendarmenmarkt market with it’s partially covered tents and culinary stands is popular among young and old.
In Munich, stroll by the stalls selling crafts, sweets, cakes, food, and mulled wine, and try some of the salty and sweet delights at the Marienplatz market. Combine your visit with a classical Christmas concert at the Residence Palace.
In the heart of the baroque city of Dresden, experience eleven completely different Christmas markets from traditional to medieval that make winter sparkle. The Striezelmarkt originating in the 15th century is one of the oldest of its kind in Germany.