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The most beautiful Christmas markets

The days are getting shorter again. It gets dark earlier. Many of you are slowly starting to look forward to the Advent season. Christmas markets open their doors. After a long break, you can look forward to the usual Christmas atmosphere and magnificently decorated cities.

We think that Christmas market and campers go very well together and why not try something new. We have selected four Christmas markets for you here, which you will not find in the usual overviews, which can be easily reached and experienced with a camper van. Trying out delicacies, enjoying punch or mulled wine and not having parked the camper far away make a visit to a Christmas market all the more beautiful. After the visit, you can make yourself comfortable in your camper and end the evening relaxed.

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Top destinations for December holidays in Germany

The Christmas market takes place in the Alpine town of Bad Reichenhall on the town hall square. In the old town you will find a life-size crib. The whole city is in the wonderful Christmas magic. From the “Wohnmobilpark Rupertus-Therme” parking space, it’s only a 15-minute walk there.

The Christmas market at Koberg in Lübeck is also a real experience. Based on the earlier Lübeck times, a small fishing village is being built in the old seafarers' quarter. From the parking space at "Parkplatz P 4" and the "Media Docks" parking space, it is approx. 1 kilometer to the city center of Marienkirchhof.

Traben-Trarbach on the Middle Moselle invites its visitors to the underground Christmas market in its former wine cellar. Please note that the opening hours here are only from Friday to Sunday. The market is not open from Monday to Thursday. From the “Traben Trabach mobile home parking space” it is about a 20-minute walk to the Christmas market.

The Tölz Christmas market with its backdrop of the historic old town is also worth a visit. From the parking space "on the Isar" you are in the city center in 10 minutes.

We have put together a few of the most beautiful and largest Christmas markets for you by federal state:

Berlin

  • Schloss Charlottenburg
  • Christmas magic at the Gendarmenmarkt
  • Domain of Dahlem
  • Spandau old town

Brandenburg

  • Cottbus – Christmas market of 1000 stars
  • Lübbenau – Christmas as it used to be
  • Senftenberg – fairytale Christmas market
  • Potsdam – Sinterklaas Festival Dutch Quarter

Bremen

  • Christmas market at the Schlachte

Hamburg

  • White magic Christmas market

Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

  • Wismar - Christmas market in the port city

Lower Saxony

  • Braunschweig – Braunschweig Christmas market
  • Lüneburg – Christmas market at the town hall
  • Goslar – Christmas market and forest
  • Osnabrück – Historical Christmas Market

Hessen

  • Frankfurt – Christmas market at the Römer
  • Bad Hamburg – Romantic Christmas market
  • Darmstadt – International Christmas Market
  • Wiesbaden – Shooting Star Market

Baden-Württemberg

  • Esslingen – Medieval Christmas Market
  • Stuttgart – Stuttgart Christmas Market
  • Neubulach – Mine Christmas Market
  • Ludwigsburg – Baroque Christmas market
  • Meersburg – Meersburg Christmas market

NRW

  • Cologne – Christmas market at Cologne Cathedral
  • Düsseldorf – Market at Jan-Wellem-Platz
  • Herne – Cranger Christmas magic
  • Dortmund – Christmas market at Hansaplatz

Rheinland-Pfalz

  • Mainz – Historical Christmas Market
  • Koblenz – Traditional Christmas market
  • Worms - Nibelungen Christmas
  • Trier – Christmas Wonderland

 Saarland

  • Saarbrücken – Saarbrücken Christmas market
  • Homburg – Homburg St. Nicholas Market

Saxony

  • Dresden – Oldest Christmas Market
  • Leipzig – second oldest Christmas market
  • Chemnitz – Ore Mountain Christmas Market
  • Annaberg-Buchholz - traditional Christmas market
  • Moritzburg – Christmas market at Moritzburg Castle

Sachsen-Anhalt

  • Magdeburg – Magdeburg Christmas market
  • Wernigerode – Wernigerode Christmas market
  • Haale (Saale) – Halle Christmas market
  • Quedlinburg – Quedlinburger Weihnachtsmarkt

Schleswig-Holstein

  • Lübeck – Historical Christmas Market
  • Flensburg – Flensburg Christmas market
  • Kiel – Kiel Christmas Market
  • Stocksee Christmas market at Gut Stockseehof (admission)

Thuringia

  • Erfurt - Christmas market in the middle of Germany
  • Weimar – Christmas market with ice rink
  • Eisenach – Christmas market at the Wartburg
  • Gera – Christmas market and fairy tale market

Bavaria

  • Munich – the Christmas market
  • Nuremberg – Christkindlesmarkt
  • Rosenheim – Fraueninsel Christmas market
  • Rothenburg – the Reiterlesmarkt

We wish you a lot of fun strolling through the Christmas markets as well as a nice Advent season and contemplative pre-Christmas.

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