Germany Christmas Markets 2019
Germany has a strong tradition for Christmas celebrations, something which is deeply rooted in the social frame of this Country.
While visiting either the biggest cities and the small towns, one is certainly struck by the abundance of decorations and gifts invading the cities during the Advent period. The old buildings are lightened up, shop windows are decorated with real sized mannequins, and reproductions of landscapes covered with snow can be found everywhere. Being Christmas such a heart-felt event for the German population, it is easy to imagine how numerous Christmas Markets are in the country.
The main German Christmas Markets 2019:
Munich dedicates a lot of time to Christmas Markets preparation. During the whole month of December the city turns into a kaleidoscope of lights, sounds and colours, while in the streets the scent and flavours spread around from the numerous stands of the Munich Christmas Markets 2019. When the nearly 100-ft. high Christmas tree sparkles in the ...
Dresden Christmas Markets 2019
Nuremberg Christmas Markets 2019 Like every year, also this one Nuremberg Christmas Markets 2019, the most famous in Germany, opens its doors to tourists and visitors from all over the world. The market takes place in the Market Square, and begins officially on Friday preceding the first Advent Sunday. During the inaugural ceremony, a Christmas angel ...
Berlin Christmas Markets Berlin Christmas Markets: 25.11. – 29.12.2019 The capital of Germany can also be a city break destination during Christmas Markets. The city offers a large selection of Christmas Markets for all tastes. The stalls display handmade decorations, local cakes and drinks, all this accompanied by Christmas fairs and events. Lucia Christmas Market in Kulturbrauerei Berlin 24.11. – 24.12.2019 fom Monday to Friday from ...
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, ...
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All the main German citirs are served by primary and secondary airports.
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An extensive railway network connects the main German cities with other Countries in central Europe.
Road connections are very good and efficient. Highways are free, but it is important to respect the rules, especially those concerning speed limits. Controls are rigid and fines pretty expensive. When driving through urban centres it is necessary to pay great attention to pedestrian crossing, which are always respected by the German population.
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 : https://www.umwelt-plakette.de/
German cities are always provided with good parkin goptions. Before leaving your car in a parking area, check the signs, as controls are strict.