The annual German Christmas market is happening in the most beautiful location this year! Sunder Nursery is right next to Humayun’s Tomb in Nizamuddin. The zoo and dargah are close by too. You can have the perfect dilli darshan day with the excuse of this fest. The perpetual street food stalls outside Humayun’s Tomb will accentuate the fest like every year! We wait all year for these 2 days of fun that no other fair or fest can compare to. Its unique cultural touch makes it an affair to remember.
What is it
The German Christmas market brings Christmas time in Germany to the streets of Delhi. Decor, food and vibe, everything comes straight from the history-rich country. The fest becomes a mini Germany in Delhi every year. The most famous food from German Christmas turns Delhi into a fan of the German cuisine during the festival. Sausages and brownies are a staple at the event. You will find the fuzziest blankets, German style, at this fest, setting in the winter feels a little early.
Santa is coming! Children love the German Christmas market because surprisingly, very few places in Delhi host Santa Claus. You’d think children sitting on Santa’s lap would be a popular sight during December, but this is one of the few occasions that allow that luxury. Families love coming here for the Christmas cheer in authentic German spirit. The market is perfect for daytime delights with friends and family to get in the zone for the year’s biggest festival. Since Indian organisers are exhausted after Diwali, these global experiences in local vicinity is a huge hit amongst Delhiites. Another food festival for Christmas is hitting Delhi soon.
The German Christmas market is from November 30th – December 1st. It starts at 11 AM and lasts till about 7 PM. The tickets cost ₹350 and can be purchased at the venue itself. The last weekend for the month is sorted. If you want to explore German culture then check out this guide! Don’t miss out on this one of a kind experience. It will really perk up your Christmas calendar. Make the most of the world’s biggest, most celebrated festival at unique markets like these. We’ll keep you updated, you keep a tab. For now, you have one on the list already!