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The two major architectural features make this one of the most elegant squares in Berlin. The concert I went to last Christmas was wonderful. The Christmas market was good as they get,but not my cup of tea.
What a gorgeous square and area! We were there during the day and loved the majesty of the open square. We had a lovely lunch in an upscale old world restaurant, then returned at night when everything was lit up. Can't go wrong!
One of my fave spot in Germany especially during Festive Season. The square is very impressive, two beautiful churches just around the square, concert house and plenty of bars, cafes and restaurants. Some of the bar/restaurant also have sitting area outside and open during wintertime...More
This square was created as a marketplace and houses 2 cathedrals - Deutscher dom and Franzosischer dom - both very impressive and worth viewing. They also sometimes host musical events so worth investigating ahead of your visit.
The Gendarmenmarkt is a spacious square defined by Concert hall and the French and German chursches. In the centre of the square stands a huge statue of Germany's poet. It was almost completely demolished during 2nd world war so just Franch church is original one. Renewed German cburch is 1...More
Beautiful Christmas market, the best one I have ever been too!! You pay €1 to enter but it’s so lovely everyone is really nice and in the Christmas spirit. There are lots of trinket and food stalls( either a quick snack or sit down restraunts)....More
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Opens at 11am and closes at 10pm. It’s not huge but there is a big range of lots of crafty stuff and handmade bits also don’t forget to pick up a gluhwein mug as a souvenir. The covered stores are the best for quality but... More
Opens at 11am and closes at 10pm. It’s not huge but there is a big range of lots of crafty stuff and handmade bits also don’t forget to pick up a gluhwein mug as a souvenir. The covered stores are the best for quality but the prices do reflect that. It’s reasonable at most stores, majority are food and drink but there are plenty of gift and craft stalls. Also it’s a one euro charge to enter after 2pm I think but it might be 4pm. Also better in the evening as there is live music and choirs. Enjoy