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Which Christmas market is best in Germany?

The most famous Christmas market in Germany is probably the one in Nuremberg, but there are also incredible Christmas markets to visit in Dresden, Cologne, Hamburg and of course Berlin. Germany arguably has the best Christmas markets in the world, where you can enjoy nourishing bratwursts, steaming mulled wine and hot chocolate, of course.

Which is the best German Christmas market to go to?

Our favorite Christmas market has to be Winterwelt in Berlin. Starting all the way back in November, this huge market transforms Berlin into a festive playground, alight with twinkling lights, nourishing food and steaming mugs of mulled wine or hot chocolate. And, because it's Berlin, the whole thing turns into a party in the evening.

Where is the best place to go for Christmas markets?

Europe is the place to be when it comes to twinkling Christmas markets, but where to go in Europe is a more difficult choice to make. There's Vienna, Austria, which has the perfect regal architecture to buoy up that festive spirit. The first Viennese Christmas market took place in 1298 and to this day there are 20 beautiful markets to choose from. Germany is similarly famous for its Christmas markets, with particularly famous events taking place in Nuremberg and Berlin. Prague, Copenhagen and Stockholm all have wonderful markets of their own.

Which city has the best Christmas market?

There are lots of incredible Christmas markets all across Europe, but for our money, the best ones are in Berlin and Vienna. These are authentic locations to experience twinkling Christmas lights, rich and nourishing food and hot mugs of hot chocolate or mulled wine, as well as live music and many different cultural quirks.