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I loved every moment at this beautiful Christmas Market. Nothing says European Christmas like a Christmas Market at night with the lights and wonderful street food and drink. I especially love the mulled wine.
One of the most busy and beautiful square. The premises has three structures of which two are identical and opposite each other. This place is throbbing with people street vendors, food stalls and artisans. People drinking beer and cycling and people with skates. Very very...More
My partner and I went to Berlin for a pre-Christmas break, and to experience the Christmas Markets.
GendarmeMarkt was our first and was very good indeed. There were some stalls charging high prices for Christmas decorations and nic-naks, but plenty of really good food stalls....More
Arguably the most beautiful square in Berlin. There are three rather impressive buildings: the German and French Cathedrals as well as the Schinkel’s Konzerthaus. And just round the corner is the famous Rausch Schokoladenhaus.
Full of colors, lights, wooden houses with beer, wurst, crepes, chocolates antiques, candles and other tourist objects. Very alive during the night with live concerts and very crowded. Take an umbrella cause there is no place to cover yourself. Eat, drink and dance!
Gendarmenmarkt is a lovely little square to visit anytime, but it's best to visit when the Christmas market is there. It's €1 entry per person to get into the market, but it's never over crowded which is great. There's lots of little craft, food &...More
the Christmas market is really nice and reflect exactly the traditions. The entrance costs 1€ . But be attention, at the entrance policemen throw away water bottle from your bags, like at the airport... I think is not correct. Anyway everything there is so cute!!
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Opens at 11am and closes at 10pm. It’s not huge but there is a big range of lots of crafty stuff and handmade bits also don’t forget to pick up a gluhwein mug as a souvenir. The covered stores are the best for quality but... More
Opens at 11am and closes at 10pm. It’s not huge but there is a big range of lots of crafty stuff and handmade bits also don’t forget to pick up a gluhwein mug as a souvenir. The covered stores are the best for quality but the prices do reflect that. It’s reasonable at most stores, majority are food and drink but there are plenty of gift and craft stalls. Also it’s a one euro charge to enter after 2pm I think but it might be 4pm. Also better in the evening as there is live music and choirs. Enjoy