Bavarian Christmas Markets
Sample the sights and smells of three Bavarian Christmas Markets by train. Regensburg, Rothenburg and arguably Germany's most famous Christmas Market, Nuremberg.… see more
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For a unique way to get away from it all during the festive season this year, treat yourself to one of our fantastic Christmas Market tours that take you to a number of different countries all in one holiday! Christmas markets are a great way to instil a particularly festive mood into any individual. From late November right through to the end of December, dozens of wooden stalls are set up in town squares across Europe, adorned with twinkling fairy lights and seasonal decorations with giant Christmas trees shining in the wintry darkness.
These Christmas Market tours are a fantastic way to do your Christmas shopping whilst having an enjoyable break at the same time. Travelling by train between countries allows you to have time to relax and admire the scenery, talk to fellow passengers or perhaps unwind with a good book, leaving you feeling refreshed and ready to explore the next market.
Your Tour Manager will meet you at St. Pancras International and will be available throughout the duration of your Christmas Market tour to assist you should you have any queries. Great Rail Journeys selects accommodation on the basis of its location, facilities and a welcoming atmosphere. We endeavour to provide our guests with a comfortable night's sleep whilst also benefitting local businesses.
Our rail travel is often by First Class where stated and we aim to travel at suitable times, meaning no early starts or late night journeys. To ensure that our guests have the most comfortable ride, we also try our best to avoid rush hour periods where possible. We believe that a major part of your trip is in the journey itself and your holiday should begin as soon as you board the train in London. Christmas Market tours are always a popular holiday and so we recommend that you book your trip in advance to avoid any disappointment.