German Chistmas in Leeds
2nd December 2013
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It’s that time of year again where the German Christmas Market has returned to Millennium Square in Leeds.  The market runs from the beginning of November so a lot of time to experience the market numerous times; it also runs seven days a week. 

When visiting the market on a weekday the market can seem quite quiet, if that’s what you prefer this would be a perfect time to go and beat the crowds. However, although a lot busier on the weekends and evenings the atmosphere of the market is increased massively and a lot livelier and you can truly get into the Christmas spirit. 

There is a variety of stalls to experience and try something new.  From the coffee stand which sells an array of different flavours of coffee, to the pancakes, stollen and marshmallows that are on offer along with many more indulgences.

A big recommendation would be to experience the market’s Baileys hot chocolate!  

There are also stalls that sell an array of gifts from the stall of honey, to the stalls that sell a variety of Christmas ornaments to decorate your Christmas homes. It is a very friendly environment ideal to take children and an experience that they would enjoy. 

When in Leeds during the Christmas period, a visit to the German Christmas market is an outing I would highly recommend and one you will thoroughly enjoy!

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