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c) Stadt Wolfenbüttel Christian Bierwagen
c) Stadt Wolfenbüttel Christian Bierwagen

Christmas Market in Wolfenbüttel

Set in Wolfenbüttel’s enchanting historic town market, the Christmas market has become over the last years a special tip among those who love Christmas markets with a romantic atmosphere. Christmas Market in Wolfenbüttel: 27 November to 23 December.
Lüneburg Wichernkranz c) Lüneburg Marketing GmbH

Christmas Market in Lüneburg

From 28 November to 23 December roof gables aglow with lights sourding the charming Christmas markets in Lüneburg
Weihnachtsmarkt in Hildesheim auf dem historischen Marktolatz
Weihnachtsmarkt in Hildesheim c) Van der Valk Hotels

Christmas Market in Hildesheim

The historic market square: this is where the heart of the Christmas market in Hildesheim beats. Here, the magnificent façades of the half-timbered houses and the smell of freshly baked gingerbread and mulled wine create a very special pre-Christmas atmosphere. And further festively decorated stalls invite you to come for a stroll around the square „Platz an der Lilie”.
Weihnachtsmarkt Altstadt Hannover
c) HMTG / Christian Wyrwa

Christmas Market in Hanover

Allow yourself to be enchanted by the romantic background of the old city centre that frames the Christmas market. Around 200 stalls, nestling around the beautifully illuminated historic buildings, offer Christmas tree decorations, arts-and-crafts products and special Christmas-season Food. (28 Nov- 22 Dec 2018)
Turmbläser Weihnachtsmarkt in Hameln
c) Hameln Marketing und Tourismus GmbH

Christmas Market in Hameln, City of the Pied Piper

Experience one of the most beautiful and atmospheric Christmas markets in northern Germany right in the middle of the lovely historic city centre with its lovingly renovated half-timbered houses and unique Weser Renaissance buildings. More than 60 wooden huts, richly decorated for Christmas, invite you to come for a stroll around the famous Hochzeitshaus and the Market church.
Göttinger Weihnachtsmarkt rund um das Alte Rathaus und Johaniskirche
Fotograf Lars Gerhardts

Christmas Market in Göttingen

Around the medieval Old Town Hall and St. John’s Church, the Christmas market of the university city Göttingen has its traditional place. At over 80 festively decorated stalls, you will find a multitude of typical Christmas articles including candles, jewellery and Christmas tree decorations. Many artisans and craftspeople demonstrate their skills and invite you to come and explore. Enhance the joys of the Christmas season by tasting christmassy treats and mulled wine on your stroll around the market.
GOSLAR marketing gmbH c) Stefan Schiefer

Christmas Market in Goslar

Romantically framed by the background of the market square, 80 lovingly decorated wooden huts invite you to stroll around and give yourself a delicious treat. In the fairy-tale Christmas forest your visit to this wintery landand townscape will get you in just the right mood for Christmas. (Goslar Christmas Market: 28 Nov to 30 Dec)
Weihnachtsmarkt auf dem Großen Plan in Celle
c) Celle Tourismus und Marketing GmbH

Christmas Market in Celle

Could there be a lovelier place to spend the Christmas Season than the enchanting City of half timeberd houses Celle. Christmas Market 29 November to 27 December 2018
Weihnachtsmarkt in Braunschweig / Christmas Market in Braunschweig
c) Braunschweig Stadtmarketing GmbH

Christmas Market in Braunschweig

In front of the magnificent historic background of the old quarter around the St. Blasii Cathedral, around 150 artisans, crafts people and market vendors invite you to Braunschweig’s Christmas market from November 28 to December 29. The Tradition of the markets dates back to the year 1505.