Rudesheim Christmas Market Tour from Frankfurt with Dinner - 1 Day

Rudesheim Christmas Market Tour from Frankfurt with Dinner

What to do in Frankfurt at Christmas? Join us for a small group tour to the Rudesheim Christmas Market of Nations. Christmas dinner included.

Rudesheim Christmas Market Tour from Frankfurt with Dinner

Frankfurt – Rudesheim – Frankfurt

Christmas in Germany is a delight for all the senses.

We leave Frankfurt in the direction of the Rhine River Valley, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Rudesheim is the delightful historic setting for the Christmas Market of the Nations, boasting 120 beautifully decorated stalls from 12 countries.

Enjoy the tempting aromas, festive glow, and infectious holiday cheer. Handicrafts, ceramics, candles, wood carvings, glass art, dolls, candied almonds, gingerbread, traditional Christmas baked goods, grilled sausages, hot mulled wine, and delicious local specialties are just a few of the things on display at a German Christmas market. Marvel at the life-size Nativity scene and the magical Christmas trees.

Your German Christmas market tour includes a traditional German Christmas dinner:

  • Consomme with fine vegetables
  • Roasted goose
  • Dumplings
  • Gravy
  • Red cabbage

Simply delicious!

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