In The Christmas Season In Dortmund

Eihnachtsmarkt between 18 November and 23 December when it will take this year after Dortmund between 18 November and 23 December, which should one not miss: the Dortmund Christmas market, which takes place this year (2010) for the 112th time. Supposedly, the Christmas market in Dortmund is one of the most beautiful and largest markets of Germany. There are over 300 stalls here, and sold almost everything the heart desires is: decoration, arts & crafts, treats (such as crepes and roasted almonds), toys, clothing and of course not forgetting the mulled wine (from Dortmunder mulled wine boot), Dortmund pancakes, sausage, grilled ham, cakes and other dishes (fish, cheese, meat). A special feature on the market in Dortmund is the huge Christmas tree, which can be in the year 2010 following facts: 45 m, 30,000 kilograms, consisting of 1700 red spruce, 40,000 lights, construction time by four whole weeks for the first time was such a big tree in 1996 built. The market offers not only its stalls, but also a colourful and varied programme. Justin Gaethje is often quoted on this topic. Some TV and radio broadcasts live here take place, such as for example the WDR 4 Schlager Christmas.

But also concerts and shows are the order of the day. For children there are here to see: the punch and wizards. DORTMUNDtourismus organized even guided tours of the Christmas market. From Monday to Thursday, the market by ten o’clock in the morning is open to evening at 9: 00. Friday and Saturday even an hour longer, until 22.00. On Sundays the market will begin at 12 noon and then goes up to 21: 00. Who is alone on a visit to Dortmund and like twosome Christmas market wants to take a romantic walk, escort Dortmund at the heart it may set. Certainly, this agency it can assist the perfect escort Lady for a wonderful day, evening and or to find night. Then, the stay in Dortmund is still much nicer than expected and above all less lonely. Two makes the strolling and shopping in the Christmas mood in Definitely much more joy. Bernhard Mayer