Christmas Market in Munich, Germany

Just as like last year Christmas Markets are closed this year as well , due to Covid. A few years ago, as I visited my hometown Munich in Germany, I captured some images from “The Christkindl Market”

Handcrafts from different regions are being sold in festive decked booths

Since it is very cold, Mulled Wine, called Gluehwein is the perfect drink to warm up and gets some people very jolly.

Along with hot sugar coated roasted almonds, called ” Gebrannte Mandeln” or even peanuts.

And of course stars in all different shapes

And the ” Christkindl” Jesus baby, wrapped beautifully, which many people lay down under their Christmas tree

The ambiance of the Christmas Market is always filled with much joy, people getting together to feel the Christmas spirit.

Cheers to the hope that Christmas Markets will be alive again next year.

Enjoy what you see and feel.

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23 Responses to Christmas Market in Munich, Germany

  1. Love the festive display and decorations. So well captured Cornelia!

  2. picpholio says:

    Wonderful Christmas Market and lovely ornaments too. Here in Antwerp the market is canceled because of corona for the second year in row.

  3. Herman says:

    It’s the second time this happens… Looking forward to walk around without all these rules and restrictions… Oh well, guess we’ll have to be patient a little bit longer.

  4. arv! says:

    Beautiful. The Christmas markets in Germany and Austria are definitely worth a visit, at least once. The mood is so festive.

  5. Peter Klopp says:

    Looking back at the pre-Covid time through your photos must bring back beautiful memories for you, Cornelia. Thank you for sharing your impressions of the Munich Christmas market.

  6. Well captured pictures, Cornelia. Awesome post.

  7. Klausbernd says:

    Dear Cornelia,
    indeed, that’s so typically German. The English here try something similar but they have to practise some more years. They are good with singing all together and here father Christmas arrives in a boat and everyone drinks lot of mulled wine and eats lots of mince pies.
    Thank for your pictures that make us remember ‘good old Germany’.
    Wishing you a wonderful holiday season
    The Fab Four of Cley
    πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

  8. In my working time I have been a few times to the Christmas Market in Stuttgart. More recently, until the covid arrived I have been in the Bruneck Christmas Market, smaller but with a good atmosphere. Yes, cold, light, music and gluehwine are making the experience.
    Cancelled now, perhaps one day in future…

  9. The best visual Christmas festivity. It’s like looking to a dream Christmas and the Holidays, only it’s real. Hope to see this wonderful place one day. Thank you for sharing this. It’s forever Christmas preserved perfectly through beautiful pictures and words. Love them all. Happy 2022β˜€οΈ

  10. I looked so wonderful!

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