University student Benjamín Álvarez discovers the castle and the historic district and has his very first taste of mulled wine and gingerbread at the Christmas market.
One year after the Berlin Christmas market terror attack, market organizers in Germany have security at the forefront of their minds. In Nuremberg, will roaming police forces drive visitors away from the mulled wine?
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.
Security has been tightened, but otherwise things were relaxed at the site of the 2016 terror attack that claimed 12 lives. DW's Jefferson Chase was on hand for the market's first day - and he wasn't the only one.
The Berlin Christmas market that was struck by a deadly truck rampage three days ago reopens Thursday, organisers said, as the grieving city sought a return to normal life.
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