I love going to the Nuremberg Christmas market. Also called the Christkindlemarkt, they have beautiful things to buy and see.
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Nuremberg is a very interesting city. Has a Medieval side sorrounded by a wall and towers and its Impresive Castle; also is part of the WWII History signaled by Zeppelin Park and the Courts. But, the Christmas Market is a Fantasy; beautiful place when you...More
The market is really enjoyable, the products they sell, are of good quality. Sellers are nice and friendly. Although there is too big crowd, better to go on a weekday, than weekend. Prices are high, but food and drink is fine. If You plan to...More
We went on the second last day (Dec 22nd) and it was beautiful. Cold, with all the lights, hot Glühwein and warm 3-im-Weckla. It was also not too busy, more locals than tourists, and the stalls seemed to have gone away from China-crap.
We were really anxious to visit Christmas Market and after that we think that it really worth it. Market is almost all around historical centre. There are several food options to choose, such as typical sausages, pork sandwiches, beer, typical hot wine. Strongly recommended to...More
We’ve been to a few Christmas markets in the uk and Europe, and this had the most variety of goods for sale. Others have been the same goods repeated over and over again. They also had stalls from other foreign cities associated with Nuremberg, and...More
This is one of Germany's more popular and famous Christmas markets, but it's also a little disappointing. No doubt it's huge, with tons of stands and thousands of people, but as a result it also doesn't have much of its own personality. Yes, there's lots...More
Had a lovely time at the Christmas market, but once you get beyond the gluhwein and the sausages, all the stalls seem to be selling the same things (ornaments, smokers, nutcrackers, gingerbread and one or two other things). I thought there would be more handcrafted...More
Wanted to see biggest market in Germany. Stall upon stall of Christmas goodies, ornaments, wooden carvings, sausage, gluhwein! Wonderful. Not all mdse truly German, beware. Still incredible experience.