Christmas Markets in Germany 2015

A castle market? Say it isn’t so! (12/5/2015) - Oh… but it’s true! A Christmas market set on the grounds of a castle in Regensburg. This was the first market we went to where you had to pay to get in. They call this the romantic road market and I can see why. You walk along lanes edged with boughs and twinkling lights as you walk […]
Tree of Lights (12/5/2015) -
Nuremberg Christmas Market (12/4/2015) - While researching the Christmas Markets in Germany I constantly heard that that the Nuremberg market was one not to be missed.
Oberammergau Church (12/3/2015) -
Neuschwanstein Castle (12/3/2015) - Turreted, 19th-century, hilltop castle built for King Ludwig II, with tours of furnished rooms.
Garmisch-Partenkirchen Ski Resort (12/3/2015) - Three mountains for unparalleled winter fun! The Garmisch-Classic ski area promises alpine ski fun to suit every style–from leisurely to downright ambitious.
Castles, Markets & Nativity Scenes (12/3/2015) - With such a short trip, days begin early and end late, they are full yet exhausting at the same time. Today was such a day. I’m very thankful we had Kevin again today take us around and share his knowledge with us – we wouldn’t have learned about Mad King Ludwig or found my nativity […]
Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site (12/2/2015) - Nazi concentration camp memorial & museum, with photographs, documents & reconstructed cell blocks.
The Heaviness of Dachau (12/2/2015) - There was one thing my daughter requested as a ‘must do’ while on our trip – visit a concentration camp. This has always been something on my own list and I was pleased to share the experience with my daughter. I’ve read various stories of people who have visited the camps throughout the years and […]