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The Christmas markets of Mannheim

Less than an hour from the Kaiserslautern Military Community, Mannheim is home to...

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Head to the Christmas market of Baden-Baden

Baden-Baden is a Black Forest resort town with a Parisian vibe.

Magical Christmas markets of Berlin

Heading to Berlin for the holidays? The German capital has more than 50 markets to celebrate the season, including many open after Christmas.
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Much-loved Rothenburg and Nuremberg markets

Rothenburg ob der Tauber and Nuremberg's markets are among Europe's most beautiful and traditional.

Christmas markets of Ruedesheim and Frankfurt

Frankfurt and Rüdesheim's markets are just an hour apart and a short drive from Wiesbaden. Venture out on your own or join a trip with the Rhein Main...

Christkindlmarkt in Augsburg

Active for more than 500 years, the Christkindlmarkt in the city founded by Roman Emperor Augustus is one of Germany's oldest and most popular...

8 hints for the Heidelberg Christmas market

Heading to Heidelberg this holiday season?

A castle Christmas market in Regensburg

The courtyard of Thurn and Taxis Palace (also called the Palace of St. Emmeram) is the most festive part of town.

Celebrate the holiday season in Bamberg

The historic center of Bamberg is the location for 70 quaint stands, vendors offer culinary delights, handmade decorations, textiles, and hot...

Nightlife of Prague

Prague is known for its cheap beer, so it’s no surprise that this city has one of the most vibrant nightlife scenes in Europe.

A Christmas market in the oldest city of Germany

Founded in 16 B.C. by the Roman Empire during Augustus Caesar's rule, Trier is arguably Germany's oldest city and one of significant architectural...

The quaint Christmas market of Bernkastel-Kues

In the heart of Mosel River wine country, the Bernkastel-Kues market offers festive stalls with regional wines, handcrafted goods and seasonal treats.


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