Win a Christmas Market Break with Flights for 2

Win a Christmas Market Break with Flights for 2

Check out this great little comp over on Groupon to win a Christmas Market Break guys, you’ve got to be in it to win it right?

Every person who buys the deal at £0 gets the chance to win a 3-night German Christmas market holiday for two with flights.

German Christmas markets are known worldwide for their charming atmosphere and handmade gifts, ranging from toys and candles to lambskin shoes and tree decorations. The fairs are filled with aromas of traditional festive delicacies and sounds of carols setting the mood for Christmas celebrations. The potential cities, one of which will be allocated to the winner, are Berlin, Frankfurt, Munich, Hamburg, Cologne and Dusseldorf.

Don’t like leaving things to luck? Secure the deal directly here.

How To Enter

  • Just click ‘Buy!’ (£0 price) to enter the prize draw
  • Groupon will contact the winner and provide booking details
  • The prize draw ends on 10.11.2017 at 11:59pm
  • The winner will be notified by email by 6pm on 13.11.2017
  • Further info in Fine Print & Details

German Christmas Markets

Indulging in a seasonal escape, visitors will get wrapped in the nationwide market tradition with candles, Christmas trees, and a friendly atmosphere.

Cologne offers festivities by its immense cathedral as well as at the large Rudolfplatz, while the 600-year-old Frankfurt market features live music and fanfares. In Berlin, travellers may take a city tour of up to 60 different fairs, while the Hamburg markets are filled with handcrafted decorations from the Erzgebirge region.

In Nuremberg, the seasonal holiday is hosted in multiple locations, one of the most famous being Hauptmarkt square, boasting stalls filled with sweets, handcrafted figurines and local sausages. With the tradition dating back to the 14th century, Munich’s Christmas market is held at the Marienplatz townsquare, and boasts a multitude of gift ideas such as wood carvings, figurines and Christmas candles, as well as live performances and drama groups.

Düsseldorf offers visitors mulled wine and hot chocolate at Marktplatz and a 450-square-metre ice rink at Gustaf-Gründgens-Platz, while one of the world’s tallest Christmas trees may be admired at Dortmund’s Hansaplatz.

Hannover’s Christmas markets may be found in the historical old quarter around the Market Church and at the Ballhofplatz, while festive scents from Schillerplatz, Schlossplatz, Hirschstraße and Kirchstraße make Stuttgart one of the biggest Christmas markets destinations in Germany.

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