Christmas markets in Berlin
Delight in all the magic of Christmas in Berlin
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A Christmas theme park in Potsdamer Platz
Slide on the sled from a height of 12m
One of the earliest Christmas markets is the one in Potsdamer Platz in the square of the same name near the central Tiergarten Park. The market is a favourite of Berliners as it also offers the Winterwelt, making the square an authentic Christmas theme park. In addition to Christmas gifts and delicacies sold from the wooden stalls, enjoy the ice-skating rink with family and friends and a spectacular ice slide 12 metres high and 70 metres long to enjoy a sled ride A really festive atmosphere, accompanied by music from a DJ that helps take the party into the night.
Live crafts and circus performances
One of the most traditional and beautiful markets in Berlin is the Gendarmenmarkt, surrounded by iconic buildings such as the Deutscher Dom Cathedral, the Konzerthaus auditorium and Französische Friedrichstadtkirche church. A classic Christmas market in Gendarmenmarkt square, with dozens of marquees offering sophisticated gourmet cuisine and traditional dishes. You can buy handicrafts and see artisans at work, including wood carvers and glassblowers. The street market hosts circus performances with jugglers, fire eaters and acrobats, as well as live music from gospel choirs and jazz.
Alexanderplatz Christmas Market
The Pyramid of Glühwein, the typical local mulled wine
Discover a unique winter atmosphere in this huge Christmas market in Alexanderplatz. In addition to the iconic Television Tower and famous World Clock, Alexanderplatz also hosts a huge Christmas market with a huge wooden pyramid with thousands of lights, a great place to warm up with a glass of the popular glühwein (mulled wine) or try a typical Thuringian sausage. More than one hundred wooden stalls offering the most original Christmas gifts, such as beautiful candles and traditional handicrafts made by blacksmiths, glassblowers and potters.