There’s just one month remaining until the return of the famous Leeds Chriskindelmarkt which takes over Millenium Square during the winter months. Although it may feel a little early to be talking about Christmas, we can’t wait for this fantastic addition to Leeds’ already vibrant cultural offering, which becomes one of the cities best attractions every winter.
Each year, thousands of people come to Leed to enjoy the sensational winter-wonderland in the heart the city, where they can peruse all manner of stalls and tuck into all sorts of food and drink, including of course bratwurst, mulled wines and overflowing steins of German beer.
This year is no exception, and from November 9th until December 22nd, the Christmas market will pitch up once again and is sure to be as big a hit as ever!
What To Expect At The Leeds Christkindelmarkt German Christmas Market in 2018
Indulge At The Market
This year, there will be over 40 traditional stalls selling various goodie. There will be the fantastic array of food, sweets, chocolate, honey and gingerbread of course (yum.) As well as lots of stalls perfect for finding unique Christmas gifts for your loved ones, including traditional toys, jewellery, candles ornaments and more.
Santa’s Coming To Town
2018 also sees an extended return due to overwhelming demand last year of the fantastic Santa’s Breakfast experience, which is popular amongst children and families. Found within the themed Alp Chalet restaurant each Saturday and Sunday in December and during the school holidays between 10.30am and 11.45am, Santa Clause himself will host a
The Alp Chalet Is Back!
The Alp Chalet is a laid-back Bavarian style eatery that seats around 200 people. With it’s fun, friendly atmosphere and exceptionally tasty restaurant-quality food, it’s always an immensely popular attraction at Leeds Christmas Market. We recommend booking in advance so you don’t miss out on sampling their juicy meats and perfectly cooked pork cracking.
We cannot wait for Leeds Christmas Market 2018. Did you attend last year? We’d love to see your photos or hear about the interesting treasures and trinkets you found during your visit.