Frankfurt Christmas Markets 2019
The Christmas Markets in Frankfurt occupies the entire Old Town until the railway station and along the river bank, from where visitors can admire the gorgeous city skyline. The gastronomic stands serve tempting lunches and dinners made with würstel sandwiches, boiled cabbages and fried potatoes.
Shop windows are dressed for the feast, with Christmas man-sized staging, whereas the decorations of shopping centres occupy entire sidewalks!
The market offers stands and shops with decorations for Christmas trees, glass products and handmade households.
Frankfurter Weihnachtsmarkt –
25.11. – 22.12.2019
Römerberg, Paulsplatz und Mainkai
Monday to Saturday from 10.00 to 21.00
Sunday: from 11.00 to 21.00
Christmas Market of Artists
Church of St. Paul
The Christmas Market in Frankfurt rewards the visitor with the magic atmospheres of the German Advent tradition. In this period, Frankfurt is dressed in the sounds and colours of Christmas. Hundreds of lights lighten up the “Old Town Römerberg“, and the whole city smells like honey, nuts, vin brûlé and ginger bread.
On December 6, St. Nicholas goes to 17.30 at Römerberg stage.
Where: Stage Römerberg
When: December 6 at 17:30Historic steam train
when 03.12 & 11.12 hours: 13:00 to 17:00
04.12 & 12.12 hours 11:00 to 17:00
Every day at 09.05, 12.0 to fifth at 17.05Tower Horns – Balcony of the Church of St. Nicholas-Römerberg
Wednesdays and Saturdays at 18.00.Advent Concert – “International Christmas”
All, Friday, Saturday, Sunday at 17.10., Römerberg
Find out what to do in Frankfurt
Frankfurt is served by two airports:Frankfurt international airport and Frankfurt Hahn, this last one mainly serving low cost companies.
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The main station in Frankfurt is one of Germany’s largest stations, with high passengers traffic.
Frankfurt lies in the middle of an extensive highway network, which allow to reach the city from every part. Connections are ensured by highway B50, A61, A60, A643, A66.
To access some cities in Germany it is necessary to purchase a mark, the Feinstaubplakette”, to be exhibited on the windshield. This rule is now about to extend all over the country.
Further information on the driving mark, as well as a list of locations where it is required can be found on the following webpage : http://www.umwelt-plakette.de/
Frankfurt is provided with approximately 19 car parks, located in several areas of the city. Signs to reach the car parks are clear and numerous. An interesting initiative is the Park&Ride, a cumulative card which allows to leave the car in a car park and use public transports to reach the city centre.
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