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Christmas is just around the corner and the endless lists of markets in every city, town and village can become overwhelming. It’s hard to decide which market is best and has something truly unique in comparison to the countless others.
Well-preserved Roman, German Gothic and Bavarian architecture create distinct backdrops for stalls dotted along Neupfarrplatz and Spitalgarten. However, the courtyard of Thurn and Taxis Palace (also called the Palace of St.
Christmas Day has passed, but that doesn’t mean all the markets are closed!
Here is your go-to listing of where to still find that holiday cheer!
This weekend is your last chance to experience the quaint St. Wendel Christmas market! Stroll along 130 stalls filled with local delicacies, arts and crafts and gifts for loved ones.
Baden-Baden is a Black Forest resort town with a Parisian vibe.
Head out to Landstuhl village’s annual Christmas market, the Sankt Andreas Markt. The festivities kick off Saturday, Nov. 30 at 2 p.m. After a long evening of Glühwein drinking and merrymaking, the wooden stalls re-open Sunday at 11 a.m.
It’s not easy to pin down just one location for a must-visit in winter. After all, between the traditional Christmas markets in Germany, Santa’s legendary home in Finland, Victorian Christmas celebration in the U.K. and beautiful landscapes in Italy, how do you pick just one?
These two castle markets take place for one weekend only, so add them to your calendar for Thanksgiving weekend, Nov. 30-Dec. 1.