With the many small, mostly Swedish-red wooden houses, the large, warmly lit tipi tents, the fir decorations, small lights, mulled wine, chocolate, handmade accessories and much more, the Christmas market immediately puts all visitors in a hygge Christmas mood.
Rustic wooden huts and large Nordic teepee tents are lined up around the beautiful large Christmas tree, which shines from afar with countless lights. These house the "Tibarg Center Tipi Lounge", which is THE meeting place for cozy evenings with family or work colleagues.
In the small wooden huts in the pedestrian zone, artisans and other vendors present all kinds of beautiful, useful, handmade and special items. Here you will find minerals, jewelry, original Herrnhut stars and other Christmas decorations and trees.
Of course, there will also be plenty to eat and drink. In addition to a wide variety of mulled wine, there are hearty dishes such as yeast dumplings, savory buckwheat crêpes and delicious grilled sausages, as well as sweets in the form of crêpes, lard cakes, nuts and roasted almonds. New this year are the food trucks from Hollsteiner and Street Gourmet.
Children can also make beautiful Christmas presents for mom, dad, siblings or grandparents in the large craft hut under expert guidance. Or they can help out in the cookie bakery at the weekend. The little ones are looked after free of charge on weekdays and at weekends. Parents can take their time to stroll around the Christmas market or browse for Christmas presents.This content has been machine translated.