The Nuremberg Christmas market is one of the biggest and most popular in Germany. But what makes it so special?
For some, Nuremberg’s Christmas market is the epitome of the festive season in Germany. Mulled wine and gingerbread are a must. Then there's also the Christmas angel, a longstanding tradition unique to Nuremberg.
Every year, Nuremberg’s Christkindlesmarkt attracts over two million visitors. Nicole Frölich gets into the Christmas spirit and finds out what gives the city its special appeal.
Whatever your preference might be - traditional or quirky, big or small - Christmas markets and events in Germany cater to all tastes, from festive to eccentric. Here are our favorites of the 2016 season.
The attack at a Christmas market in Berlin has also shaken up people at the country's most famous market, the Christkindlesmart in Nuremberg. DW went there to find out how visitors, staff and police are reacting.
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