Christmas Markets

Christmas Markets
With its 300 stalls spread out over the city centre, Strasbourg's Christmas market is one of the oldest and biggest in Europe. Strasbourg, Capital of Christmas, continues the long tradition of Christmas in Alsace and in the market you'll find craft objects, regional produce and typical Alsatian Christmas decorations, within a warm and friendly atmosphere.

Christkindelsmärik

Place Broglie

The historic "Christkindelmärik" - market of the Infant Christ - exists since 1570 and is nowadays the traditional Christmas market of Strasbourg.

Come and find out how craftsmen practice their skills, with eye-catching demonstrations of their expertise. With a new craft on show every week at the associations' special stand, visitors can enjoy the authentic skills of friendly professionals from Strasbourg and Alsace.

Christmas market around the magnific Cathedral

Place de la cathédrale

Market of Christmas treats

Place du Marché-aux-poissons and on the terrasse of the Palais Rohan

Come along and taste the delicious food and wine brought to you by local bakers, winegrowers of the Couronne d'Or, Alsace foie gras producers, the Tribu des Gourmets d'Alsace and local beer brewers – all you'll need to make a merry Christmas, including Bredele Christmas biscuits, foie gras, Alsace wines and beers and also mulled Alsace white wine.

Village of Sharing

Place Kléber

There are more than 100 charities, humanitarian organisations and service clubs for you to help those in need, at the Sharing Village, place Kléber.

Christmas Markets of the Invincible Small Producers of Alsace

Place des Meuniers

Christmas Market of the Three Magi

Place Benjamin-Zix

Christmas Market of the Carré d'or

Place du Temple-Neuf

Other Christmas Market

Place Saint-Thomas

Christmas slightly different - the OFF Market

The OFF market is run alongside the traditional Christmas markets and is the opportunity to celebrate the festivities from a new angle - responsible consumption. In this market, you'll find a new, alternative consumerism. The local social and solidarity economy, shopkeepers, artists and associations of the Station district have come up with a splendidly original programme for your enjoyment.


 
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