Every year during Advent, the Roman town is transformed into an atmospheric pre-Christmas paradise: The scent of freshly roasted almonds, mulled wine and gingerbread wafts through the streets.
At the artisans' market, numerous stalls with handmade individual items invite you to a cozy gift hunt.
Through the festively decorated city center, you can stroll in a relaxed manner from one favorite spot to the next. A particularly contemplative sight awaits you at Jesuitenplatz. There you will find the city's largest Advent calendar, composed of the colorfully lit dormer windows of the baroque town hall.
At Jesuitenplatz, it is also worth taking a look upwards. The city's largest Advent calendar lights up in 24 dormer windows on the baroque town hall roof. Near the Citykirche church, visitors will also find the charity house, where clubs and organizations offer information and lots of homemade items every day in order to raise donations and find supporters for a good cause.
Shopping fans will also find am Plan the finest Indian scarves, various decorative items and dog cookies. Meanwhile, the little visitors to the Christmas market can take a spin on the children's carousel. After the Christmas market visit, the varied Koblenz gastronomy Am Plan invites you to a cozy end of the evening.
From there, the Seilbahn starts high up to the cultural center Festung Ehrenbreitstein, because here the Christmas light and sound installation "Christmas Garden" beckons as one of the event highlights in Koblenz at Christmas time.More information