Edit - now from £69pp with flights from London -  Berlin 2 Night Christmas Markets Break with Flights from Stansted from £59pp (based on 2 sharing £118) @ GoGroopie
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Edit - now from £69pp with flights from London - Berlin 2 Night Christmas Markets Break with Flights from Stansted from £59pp (based on 2 sharing £118) @ GoGroopie

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Found 25th Sep 2017
Edit Stansted Flights now from £69pp but still a decent offer BUT have found a deal for Berlin 2 Night Christmas Markets Break with Flights from London for £69pp dates Nov 27-28 (2017)

Thought this was a cracker of a price (sorry)!
Prices from just £59pp based on 2 people sharing flying from Stansted for the date Dec 10-12 (2017) staying in a double or twin en-suite room at either Ivbergs Charlottenburg or Berlin Messe

You can choose to fly from other regional airports & stay for extra nights for a supplement if Stansted or those dates do not suit you ie 2 Nights with Glasgow Flights £99pp / 2 Nights with Gatwick/Luton/Stansted Flights £99 & 3 nights for £129pp


Twinkling lights, good food and wine, and over 60 markets to explore! Enjoy a romantic Christmas getaway in Berlin to get you in the festive spirit and ensure shopping lists are sorted.

The MarketsSee Alexanderplatz transformed into a magic winter wonderland of seasonal cheer complete with an arrangement of wooden huts home to countless unique gift ideas. The market's centrepiece features Europe's largest Christmas pyramid adorned with over 5,000 lights and bringing a warm, friendly glow to the entire area.

Tuck into some bratwurst and gingerbread and then explore the fairground attractions of Berlin City-West all jazzed up for the holidays.

You can even share the love with a furry friend back home, with a Christmas market dedicated solely to dogs open in the garden of the Forsthaus Paulsborn in the Grunewald forest. Grab them a treat for when you head home, and then it's time to get tails wagging all-round with a snack at the Forsthaus.


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Map of Christmas Market locations

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More Things to Do in Berlin & more ideas HERE

Min. 2 people per booking (prices displayed are per person only)
Min. 2 vouchers must be purchased to complete booking
Must book by 27 Oct 2017
Board basis: room only
City tax may apply; payable on check-out
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SCORPIO11110 m ago

No even if it will be for free still remember last year


No worries. Leaves room for someone else.

If you're gonna stay away from every place that has had a terrorist attack you're gonna be confined to your house soon.
Edited by: "deeky" 25th Sep 2017
SCORPIO11111 m ago

No even if it will be for free still remember last year



You're absolutely right. Should probably never visit London, New York, Barcelona, Paris or Sydney, eh?

Of course, be vigilant. But don't live your life in fear of these people.
SCORPIO1113 m ago

that why im choosing Krakow Real Christmas market no terrorism very …that why im choosing Krakow Real Christmas market no terrorism very friendly people and not overpriced



Makes perfect sense - after all, if somewhere has never suffered a terrorist attack that means there's no way it can ever have one in the future.
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No even if it will be for free still remember last year
SCORPIO11110 m ago

No even if it will be for free still remember last year


No worries. Leaves room for someone else.

If you're gonna stay away from every place that has had a terrorist attack you're gonna be confined to your house soon.
Edited by: "deeky" 25th Sep 2017
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SCORPIO11111 m ago

No even if it will be for free still remember last year



You're absolutely right. Should probably never visit London, New York, Barcelona, Paris or Sydney, eh?

Of course, be vigilant. But don't live your life in fear of these people.
Wow great find. I Iove the Christmas markets. I've only been to uk ones so I'm betting these will be even better. Heat
sprouty7616 m ago

You're absolutely right. Should probably never visit London, New York, …You're absolutely right. Should probably never visit London, New York, Barcelona, Paris or Sydney, eh?Of course, be vigilant. But don't live your life in fear of these people.

Well said
LeahsMintytoutou39 m ago

Wow great find. I Iove the Christmas markets. I've only been to uk ones so …Wow great find. I Iove the Christmas markets. I've only been to uk ones so I'm betting these will be even better. Heat



They are I went a couple of years ago, my favourite was the one at Gendarmenmarkt. Alexanderplatz was great too.
Transfers not included
Genuine Christmas market with genuine fun relaxed atmosphere, unlike those overpriced substitutes in the UK
sprouty761 h, 6 m ago

You're absolutely right. Should probably never visit London, New York, …You're absolutely right. Should probably never visit London, New York, Barcelona, Paris or Sydney, eh?Of course, be vigilant. But don't live your life in fear of these people.


that why im choosing Krakow Real Christmas market no terrorism very friendly people and not overpriced
SCORPIO1113 m ago

that why im choosing Krakow Real Christmas market no terrorism very …that why im choosing Krakow Real Christmas market no terrorism very friendly people and not overpriced



Makes perfect sense - after all, if somewhere has never suffered a terrorist attack that means there's no way it can ever have one in the future.
They will most probably not have the dates available and charge an admin and booking fee per person.
Heat added, thank you
sprouty761 h, 8 m ago

Makes perfect sense - after all, if somewhere has never suffered a …Makes perfect sense - after all, if somewhere has never suffered a terrorist attack that means there's no way it can ever have one in the future.

True, but it is very unlikely if you check how many people with different religion than Catholic lives in Poland or different skin colour than white.
JeremyM3 m ago

True, but it is very unlikely if you check how many people with different …True, but it is very unlikely if you check how many people with different religion than Catholic lives in Poland or different skin colour than white.



Ok, I'm going to back out of this conversation before it goes down a bad path. Enjoy Berlin, Krakow and wherever else anybody's going this winter, and let's hope everybopdy stays safe.
JeremyM7 m ago

True, but it is very unlikely if you check how many people with different …True, but it is very unlikely if you check how many people with different religion than Catholic lives in Poland or different skin colour than white.


Yeah because London is just full of white people, right?! Honestly, the naivety is unreal.
SCORPIO1112 h, 39 m ago

that why im choosing Krakow Real Christmas market no terrorism very …that why im choosing Krakow Real Christmas market no terrorism very friendly people and not overpriced


I might see you there I'm there middle of December
JonBetts20041 h, 30 m ago

Yeah because London is just full of white people, right?! Honestly, the …Yeah because London is just full of white people, right?! Honestly, the naivety is unreal.

No it's not, but Poland is and we can learn from latest history that where multiculti doesn't exists than terror attacks are more unlikely to happen.
JeremyM1 h, 23 m ago

No it's not, but Poland is and we can learn from latest history that where …No it's not, but Poland is and we can learn from latest history that where multiculti doesn't exists than terror attacks are more unlikely to happen.


I misinterpreted your comment. I assumed you were saying terror attacks don't happen in multi-cultural societies. When in fact, you are saying that Poland has no terror attacks because it is just white Catholics living there! What can we learn from this? Are you saying that Hitler had the right idea?

News flash: most of the cities in Europe that have been targeted so far (London, Paris, Brussels, Nice, Berlin, etc) are popular tourist spots, therefore maximum exposure to the crimes, and more people affected by them. It's not hard to work out why Poland (as beautiful a country as it is), has not yet been targeted by terrorism.
Edited by: "JonBetts2004" 25th Sep 2017
JonBetts20049 m ago

I misinterpreted your comment. I assumed you were saying terror attacks …I misinterpreted your comment. I assumed you were saying terror attacks don't happen in multi-cultural societies. When in fact, you are saying that Poland has no terror attacks because it is just white Catholics living there! What can we learn from this? Are you saying that Hitler had the right idea?


I think you are going too far.
Let's finish this conversation and accept the fact that we will see more terror attacks in Europe in the nearest future, if we like it or not (unfortunately).
JeremyM1 m ago

I think you are going too far. Let's finish this conversation and accept …I think you are going too far. Let's finish this conversation and accept the fact that we will see more terror attacks in Europe in the nearest future, if we like it or not (unfortunately).


I'm merely using exaggeration to show you how ridiculous your comment was. But yes, let's leave it there.
Went here a week after the attack there.

A beautiful place that wasn't dimmed by that event and absolutely worth a visit. Heat added all the way.

Also glad to see that idiots on HUKD, just like terrorists, will always be in a minority while the rest of us carry on making things better for others.
JonBetts20045 h, 25 m ago

I misinterpreted your comment. I assumed you were saying terror attacks …I misinterpreted your comment. I assumed you were saying terror attacks don't happen in multi-cultural societies. When in fact, you are saying that Poland has no terror attacks because it is just white Catholics living there! What can we learn from this? Are you saying that Hitler had the right idea? News flash: most of the cities in Europe that have been targeted so far (London, Paris, Brussels, Nice, Berlin, etc) are popular tourist spots, therefore maximum exposure to the crimes, and more people affected by them. It's not hard to work out why Poland (as beautiful a country as it is), has not yet been targeted by terrorism.


Poland has:

A) refused to take it's quota of middle Eastern migrants, as demanded by Merkel.

B) a 0.1% Muslim population.

Completely dismissing that either of these are possible reasons as to why it's had no Islamic terrorist attacks is intellectually dishonest.
I’ve just come back from Berlin two days ago, it’s easy to get from the airport to Berlin CC by train and it’s only a remarkable €3.70
smudge9519 h, 29 m ago

Transfers not included



a few euros on metro right into the centre.. not like that joke of a system in London that's £60 return
Did I read it right from Google that the markets are open beyond Christmas? Need something out of term 17th onwards
hmm... tempted! is it possible to buy 4 (2 adults and 2 children?)
JeremyM20 h, 27 m ago

No it's not, but Poland is and we can learn from latest history that where …No it's not, but Poland is and we can learn from latest history that where multiculti doesn't exists than terror attacks are more unlikely to happen.


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£59 deal sold out now, only £69 deals left.
really interested in this, for a family trip. can anyone advise on flight times from stansted, as important for other family members.
thankyou!
Berlin..Paris.. no thanks ! Poland, Czech Rep., Hungary are OK.
roooby25th Sep

Poland has:A) refused to take it's quota of middle Eastern migrants, as …Poland has:A) refused to take it's quota of middle Eastern migrants, as demanded by Merkel. B) a 0.1% Muslim population. Completely dismissing that either of these are possible reasons as to why it's had no Islamic terrorist attacks is intellectually dishonest.


I can see your point, Poland has 0.1% of it's population identifying as Muslim. UK has 4.8%. Switzerland has 5%. Montenegro has 19%. Sweden has 5%. Slovenia 3.6%. Austria at a massive 8%.

Once you put some figures into this, we can see your Islamaphobia argument crumbling. The fact is, most muslim people just want to get on with life, just like most other people. The few incidents are thankfully few and far between. So stay at home, where you are statistically more likely to be killed in a random accident than enjoy a good, cheap holiday, after all we wouldn't want Britain's reputation to be damaged any further by people such as yourself.
big.k8 h, 18 m ago

I can see your point, Poland has 0.1% of it's population identifying as …I can see your point, Poland has 0.1% of it's population identifying as Muslim. UK has 4.8%. Switzerland has 5%. Montenegro has 19%. Sweden has 5%. Slovenia 3.6%. Austria at a massive 8%.Once you put some figures into this, we can see your Islamaphobia argument crumbling. The fact is, most muslim people just want to get on with life, just like most other people. The few incidents are thankfully few and far between. So stay at home, where you are statistically more likely to be killed in a random accident than enjoy a good, cheap holiday, after all we wouldn't want Britain's reputation to be damaged any further by people such as yourself.



Listing the percentage of Muslims in other European countries is not an argument against what I wrote in my first post, and neither is name calling.

It's a simple case of 'having more of a particular 'thing' means something is more likely to happen involving that particular 'thing', regardless of what that particular 'thing' is'. Not a very difficult concept to grasp.

Also, I'm fully aware a minute number of Muslims are jihadis, thanks.
Anyone used GoGroopie before? Are they okay?
roooby11 h, 28 m ago

It's a simple case of 'having more of a particular 'thing' means something …It's a simple case of 'having more of a particular 'thing' means something is more likely to happen involving that particular 'thing', regardless of what that particular 'thing' is'. Not a very difficult concept to grasp.


It is for you as it appears, the data shows that there is "having more of a particular 'thing' as you have so eloquently put it, and there hasn't been more of a "particular 'thing'.

It isn't a difficult concept to grasp but seems to pass over you all the same. You can wrap it up in rhetoric and conjecture as much as you like, the data disproves your fantasy.
Let's try and make it as simple for you to understand as possible, and let's not beat around the bush and use what we're actually talking about in the example.

If a country had a 0% Muslim population, there would be no Islamic terrorist attacks. Poland has a 0.1% Muslim population, which happens to be very close to 0%. Do you understand the basic point that I'm making now?

You may also be interested to learn that the large majority of Islamic terrorist attacks, and subsequently most deaths resulting from Islamic terrorist attacks occur in majority Muslim countries. This completely defeats the argument of the person I originally quoted, and presumably the same point that you're trying to make, which was "some cities have more terrorist attacks because they're popular tourist destinations".

Are you saying that Sweden and the UK haven't had any Islamic terrorism, or any of the other countries you listed? Those two countries clearly have, as the others may have had as well. I'm still none the wiser to the argument your were trying to make I'm afraid. If you'd listed some countries that have a higher percentage of Muslims than Poland, and that have also had no terrorist attacks, I'd understand what you were saying. But to that, I'd say that nowhere have I said that having more Muslims always leads to more terrorist attacks, but that it would be silly to not consider it as a reason as to why a country had more terrorist attacks than a country that had had less.
Edited by: "roooby" 29th Sep 2017
big.k1 h, 34 m ago

It is for you as it appears, the data shows that there is "having more of …It is for you as it appears, the data shows that there is "having more of a particular 'thing' as you have so eloquently put it, and there hasn't been more of a "particular 'thing'. It isn't a difficult concept to grasp but seems to pass over you all the same. You can wrap it up in rhetoric and conjecture as much as you like, the data disproves your fantasy.


big.k1 h, 34 m ago

It is for you as it appears, the data shows that there is "having more of …It is for you as it appears, the data shows that there is "having more of a particular 'thing' as you have so eloquently put it, and there hasn't been more of a "particular 'thing'. It isn't a difficult concept to grasp but seems to pass over you all the same. You can wrap it up in rhetoric and conjecture as much as you like, the data disproves your fantasy.


See above.
Edited by: "roooby" 29th Sep 2017
We were there last year when the attacks happened. Will be there again this year. Dont understand people letting fear control their lives.
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