German Christmas markets

If you live in Germany, you’ll probably be going to at least one Christmas market. Most of the larger cities and some smaller towns have them.

You probably know that a lot of visitors come over to Germany just to visit these markets during the festive season. Perhaps the most well-known are Nuremberg’s Christkindlmarkt and the Striezelmarkt in Dresden.

But did you realise that you’ll find German Christmas markets in a lot of Britain’s major towns and cities – with German-style chalet stalls offering traditional German delicacies such as bratwurst, gingerbread and gluhwein?

 

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Written by Christine Burgmer

4. December 2016