Dec 14, 2020 – Dec 23, 2020
Cancelled: Lüneburg Christmas Market
Next to the magnificent Baroque facade of the town hall, stalls with decorations based on Grimms’ fairy tales transform Lüneberg’s pedestrianised zone into a fairy tale kingdom. Another highlight of the Advent period is the historic Christmarkt around the St. Michaeliskirche, which will transport you back to the Renaissance period. The inner courtyard of Café NEWS on Schröderstraße plays host to Germany’s smallest and most romantic Christmas market.
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The traditional Christmas market has been changed into the “Gassen Zauber” (Alley Magic) to at least offer our Guests SOME Christmas Spirit.
Corona changes everything – including the Christmas season in our beautiful salt and Hanseatic city of Lüneburg. The current situation presents us all with major challenges. Despite everything, we would like to conjure up Christmas splendor and a festive atmosphere in Lüneburg’s streets and hearts. We therefore invite you to take a Christmas walk through our Christmas city of Lüneburg – with distance, security and great promotions. Please visit our Website for detailed Information here
It goes without saying that compliance with the hygiene concepts and guidelines for infection protection always have the highest priority. Therefore, please understand that all actions in the Christmas city are subject to change until the end.
Lüneburg dates back more than 1,000 years and is without a doubt one of the prettiest towns in northern Germany. Having survived World War II unscathed, it has retained its charming Medieval character. Wherever they go, visitors get a taste of Lüneburg’s eventful history, as it rose to become one of the most important places in the Hanseatic League through its salt production. The Alter Kran, a historical crane at the former Ilmenau docks, was also used in the salt trade. It is one of Lüneburg’s most famous landmarks and remains a defining feature of the riverside Wasserviertel district. Lüneburg is also a university town with youthful flair, where a shopping spree along the old gabled buildings is a real delight.