From Metro Atlanta CEO: Atlanta Christkindl Market Brings Holiday Cheer to the Buckhead Village District
Atlanta’s most anticipated holiday tradition is back! The Atlanta Christkindl Market is set to transform an area of the Buckhead Village District into a festive wonderland, enchanting visitors with the magic of the season.
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From Wide Open Country: The 20 Best German Christmas Markets in the U.S. For a European-Inspired HolidayFrom Wide Open Country:
If you’ve been dreaming of a holiday vacation to Europe to shop the renowned Christmas markets, you’ll be excited to hear you can enjoy a taste of the holiday festivities closer to home – no transatlantic flight needed.
From Christmas Market Guides: Atlanta (GA) Christkindl Market 2023 Guide ft. Dates, Practical Tips, Etc.
Throughout the weeks leading up to Christmas, the city of Atlanta, Georgia gets an extra festive glow-up thanks to the Atlanta Christkindl Market, which brings dozens of stalls to Centennial Olympic Park for some classic German Christmas festivities.
German Christmas markets are famous for their tasty Christmas goodies, cozy atmosphere, and holiday crafts. Shoppers bundle up to meet friends, often gathered around food vendors selling hot mulled wine, cocoa, or beer.
The German Christkindl Market, presented by the German American Cultural Foundation, features dozens of vendors selling handmade German goods — including ornaments, wooden toys, and jewelry — and treats.
Atlanta Christkindl Market Featured in AJC Article “Three Georgia cities among top 15 Christmas markets in the U.S.”
Though European in origin, Christmas markets are becoming increasingly popular in the U.S. Better yet, three Georgia cities have been ranked among the country’s best markets for the holiday season.
Atlanta Christkindl Featured in Blue Ridge Mountain Travel Guide: The 20 Best Places to Celebrate Christmas in Atlanta (2022)
Celebrating Christmas in the Blue Ridge Mountains is truly magical, whether you’re visiting charming small towns like Dahlonega and Helen GA or exploring a burgeoning metropolis like Asheville.
Christmas markets have their roots in European history, but have also become incredibly popular in festive cities and towns across the U.S. Exploring these markets is a fun way to celebrate the season and stock up on holiday gifts and goodies without having to travel abroad.
After a pandemic hiatus in 2020, Atlanta’s German Christmas market is back this year, relaunching on Black Friday (Nov. 26) at the third location since the tradition was brought to the city five years ago.