11 Magical German Christmas Markets Set in a Castle Courtesy of Althoff Grandhotel Schloss Bensberg | sent via email The pre-Christmas season is approaching, and in Germany that means festively decorated wooden huts will soon move onto the historical town squares across the country and enchant visitors with mulled wine, freshly roast almonds, handcrafted trinkets and cheerful song.

Charlottenburg Palace, parts of the extensive castle grounds and the Christmas market itself are festively illuminated. Bad Homburg Palace (Landgraves' Castle & Castle Park): Christmas Market in Bad Homburg - See 162 traveler reviews, 221 candid photos, and great deals for Bad Homburg, Germany, at … Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Bavaria’s Top Castles and Christmas Markets: Live the Romance of Christmas in Bavaria, Germany. It’s a small, intimate setting that offers a wonderful array of local handcrafted gifts. For many years now, the historical Christmas market at Wartburg Castle has transported visitors back to a bygone era. Traveling alone in Germany in winter as an American with 2 years worth of college German under my belt and a cowboy approach to language learning meant that I had no shortage of new friends to share Glühwein and sausages with.

Historical Christmas market Christmas time at Wartburg Castle. The largest and best known can be found in the big cities of the south like Munich, Stuttgart and Nuremberg (see Best Big German Christmas Markets). Stalls stretch out across the courtyard as well as in the Castle’s Great Hall. Castle Christmas at Burghausen Castle, a Christmas market with a difference, is taking place once again this year on the third weekend of Advent.

Germany is famous for its Christmas Markets (Weinachtsmarkt). Advent weekend 2020 27 - 29 November + 04 - 06 December 2020. So, if you want to see the most authentic holiday fairs, head to Nuremberg, Hamburg, Frankfurt, or Cologne and marvel incredible cozy huts full of delicious goodies.

There is nothing so magical as Christmas – well, perhaps a Christmas market in a castle! In Berlin you will find nostalgic Christmas markets as well as modern ones with carousels and attractions.

What better way to start your Christmas holiday than to find a good vantage point, perhaps on the top of Montmartre, and watch thousands of little lights cascading down the world's most famous monument, the Eiffel Tower. Heidelberg Christmas Market. Firstly, I want to see snow and castles and all things fairytale like for as magical a trip as possible - and Neuschwanstein looks breathtaking in the snow. Christmas in a Castle. Opening times (20.11. to 23.12.2020, closed on Sunday the 24th of November) You'll meet travelling merchants as well as all kinds of artisans – from candlemakers and glassblowers to stonemasons and herbalists. The Heidelberg Christmas Market has roughly 160 tables spread out over 5 markets, in a line from the shopping centre to the base of the castle. Bratwurst, Rhindwurst, and Steak. All on a Brötchen.

The Leipzig Christmas Market tradition dates back to 1458. The Christmas Market (Weihnachtsmarkt) phenomenon is closely linked to German culture.