German Christmas Markets – Celebrate Tradition, Culture and Fun!
Christmas markets have a long tradition in Germany and the Frankfurt Rhine-Main region is no exception. This popular area of Germany features many romantic, German Christmas markets to celebrate the end of a year.
Located in the heart of Germany, this region enchants its many visitors with city break offers, charming half-timbered villages, good drink and food and, of course, the magic of the wonderful Christmas markets, which run each year from the end of November to the end of December.
We can’t think of a better opportunity to get in the Christmas spirit and share special moments with family and friends. Nowhere else can one feel the delight of Advent as at a German Christmas market! Germany is a special place to visit during the festive, holiday season.
Due to its long tradition and high popularity, the impressive Frankfurt Christmas market has developed into one of the major Christmas markets in Germany. It’s a wonderful VIP experience to visit one of the German Christmas markets. Enjoy the rich culture, great food, traditional music, holiday decorations and custom made merchandise.
As a landmark visible from a distance, the large Christmas tree fills the market with the spirit of Christmas. Along with the town hall and the half-timbered houses at Römerberg (with the historic St. Paul’s Church and Frankfurt’s modern skyline), forms an impressive backdrop. It’s a rich contrast for one of the most tradition-steeped, Christmas markets in Germany.
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For those who want to learn more about the Christmas market and its history, you can join one of the daily guided tours through the market. Dates: Nov. 23 – Dec. 31.
There’s still time to book a last minute travel reservation and enjoy the German Christmas markets. What a festive time to be in Germany and enjoy Christmas in a traditional manner. Return again and follow our luxury blog to read more holiday travel stories.