Sea of ​​lights and mulled wine: ten Christmas markets that are worth visiting in 2023

“Oh you happy”: After years of restrictions, the Christmas markets in Germany have finally reopened this year without Corona measures. No matter whether it’s a family outing, with work colleagues or friends – a visit to the Christmas market is therefore an integral part of the pre-Christmas program for many people.

Every year more than 1,500 Christmas markets open across Germany, from the historic village market to the lively Christmas market in the capital. However, the large selection often makes the decision for this year’s Christmas market more difficult. If you don’t want to go to your local Christmas market, but would like to gain a few new impressions, you’ll be spoiled for choice. In the picture dispute we will therefore show you ten Christmas markets that are particularly worthwhile this year.

Christmas stollen and Christmas record holders

For example, the Nuremberg Christmas market has finally reopened. It is one of the best-known markets in Germany – and beyond the country’s borders. The trip to the Dresden Striezelmarkt is not only worth it because of the delicious Dresden Christmas stollen, and in Rostock visitors can get to know a Christmas record holder.

By the way: If you want to visit the largest Christmas market in Germany, you will find it in Stuttgart and Nuremberg. However, based on the number of visitors, Cologne is the most popular.

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