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German Christmas markets 2 nights hotel + rtn flights 25/11 £71.10 pp (£142.20 total) with code poss 21% cashback @ Groupon Weekender Breaks
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German Christmas markets 2 nights hotel + rtn flights 25/11 £71.10 pp (£142.20 total) with code poss 21% cashback @ Groupon Weekender Breaks

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Posted 2nd Jul

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This is based on flights from London for two nights staying in Berlin on the 25/11/2019 using code BUCKET £71.10 pp
Other dates, airports and length of stays are available but this is the best price I could find. Possible 21% cash back with Topcashback

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German Christmas are known worldwide for their charming atmosphere and handmade gifts, ranging from toys and candles to lambskin shoes and tree decorations. The fairs are filled with aromas of traditional festive delicacies and sounds of carols setting the mood for Christmas celebrations. Travellers are invited to choose from the following destinations: Cologne, Nuremberg, Dusseldorf, Berlin, Hamburg, Frankfurt and Munich.

The Hotels

Berlin: Comfort Hotel Lichtenberg or Ivbergs Hotel Berlin Messe
Cologne: Centro Hotel Conti or Holiday Inn Express - Muelheim
Frankfurt: Metro Hotel Frankfurt City
Munich: Moxy Munich Messe or Hotel Westend
Dusseldorf: Hotel Batavia or Centro Hotel Schumann
Hamburg: Apartment Hotel Hamburg Mitte or Centro Hotel North
Nuremberg: AZIMUT Hotel Nuremberg or Best Western Hotel Nürnberg City West
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Would highly recommend this offer, not just because of the price but the fact that these Christmas markets are awesome. I lived in Germany for a few years and these were most definitely the highlight of the year.
mazcymru02/07/2019 20:43

Would highly recommend this offer, not just because of the price but the …Would highly recommend this offer, not just because of the price but the fact that these Christmas markets are awesome. I lived in Germany for a few years and these were most definitely the highlight of the year.


Would you recommend any city or town in particular?
Stubee02/07/2019 21:18

Would you recommend any city or town in particular?


Living in West Germany at the time, I visited the Dusseldorf market, however by far the best was the one in Cologne. To be fair the smaller ones were equally enjoyable, wasn’t keen on the gluhwein though.
My friend says the Berlin one is amazing.
mazcymru02/07/2019 20:43

Would highly recommend this offer, not just because of the price but the …Would highly recommend this offer, not just because of the price but the fact that these Christmas markets are awesome. I lived in Germany for a few years and these were most definitely the highlight of the year.


That says more about life in Germany than you probably realise
Half of these dates are before the Christmas markets open
fedex140102/07/2019 21:57

That says more about life in Germany than you probably realise


Ah yes I see where you’re coming from my mistake in the wording of it. Quite the contrary to be honest, admittedly my first tour as a teenager was spent in a haze of alcohol, it wasn’t until my second tour and living in a small German town that I appreciated it more, travelling quite a bit and I had a ball. Yes some of the locals were less than happy about us being there, but the majority welcomed us with open arms so to speak, was sad to leave.
Edited by: "mazcymru" 2nd Jul
Berlin has multiple markets, the best probably being at the Gendarmenmarkt.

Not stated here, but Dresden is canny too. I would not be going before the last week in November, to be sure the Christmas market has actually started.
bloooo02/07/2019 22:02

Half of these dates are before the Christmas markets open


bloooo02/07/2019 22:02

Half of these dates are before the Christmas markets open


The date in November above is when the market is on
I always worry about the flight times with these deals. Anyone have any experience?
Thanx @suzy18 Great Find!
valhallablue02/07/2019 22:27

I always worry about the flight times with these deals. Anyone have any …I always worry about the flight times with these deals. Anyone have any experience?


Usually 6am Stansted... not 12noon Heathrow
Any mention of christmas in july should have user banned for life!
Heat OP. Went last year to Berlin for 5 days to take in the markets. This will give you enough time to do the markets and see one or two of the sites. I am currently sat on a train from Potsdam to Berlin as I had to come back and see the rest the city had to offer as last time I didn't see the east of the city.
The markets are great and not overcrowded like the uk ones. They are spread out all over the city in pretty much every square or open space. The nicest one I thought was at Schloss Charlottenburg or at Potsdam where the main town street was taken over.
Edited by: "Siddas" 3rd Jul
Went for 5 days to Koln Christmas markets. Loved in but 2 days too many.

And for those who don't know or havent been, Pretty much all shops are closed on Sundays (markets were still on) and pretty much every toilet has an attendant and they charge for the facilities (including places like McDonalds!)
We did a long weekend in December 2017 in Berlin and the Christmas markets are awesome! Nobody does Christmas like the Germans.The Gendarmenmarkt was very, very busy and we had to queue to get in (1 Euro admission) - even at about 8pm on a Friday night! Having visited most of them, I'd say the nicest were in Alexanderplatz and Tiergarten (beneath the famous rebuilt church who's name, to my shame, escapes me). Each of the markets sell lovely hot Gluhwein in unique, distinctive mugs or frosted glasses which, for a couple of Euros, you can keep as brilliant souvenirs - we have a set of different ones collected from the various markets we visited. For sheer festive atmosphere, you can't beat their Christmas markets. I would LOVE to go back again.
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