Berlin’s largest Christmas market is located in Spandau, and according to them, the most impressive German Christmas Market.
Spandau district is located a bit outside the centre, but a trip here is recommended if you have more than a few days in Berlin.
The town hall is nicely lit at night and the first thing you see when you come up from the metro.
You can walk about. 1 kilometre through the Christmas market and the old town.
St.Nicolai church, in the middle of the Spandau market, has its own little Christmas market with exciting iron crafts etc.
It’s cosy and charming in this old town, and you find over 250 stalls with crafts, food, drinks and much more.
Each evening it’s a colourful stage show to liven up the atmosphere.
Spandau also offers historic attractions like Spandau Zitadelle, Hahneberg Fort, Gothic Hall and St. Nicholas Church from the Middle Ages.
Further to other Christmas markets in Berlin
From Spandau, you can come pretty quickly to the Christmas market at Charlottenburg Castle, which has a charming Christmas market worth seeing.
You can take U7 to Richard-Wagner-Platz and walk 800 meters to the castle.
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