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1 Radisson BLU Hotel, Leeds  4*  0.1 Miles
Standard Room   £109.00
2 The Chambers  4*  0.3 Miles
Studio Apartment Room   £118.80
3 The New Ellington - a Bespoke Hotel  4*  0.4 Miles
Standard Room   £79.00
4 The Met Hotel  4*  0.4 Miles
Classic Room   £69.00
5 Discovery Inn Hotel (formerly Comfort Inn)  2*  0.4 Miles
Standard Room   £60.00
6 Roomzzz Leeds City  4*  0.5 Miles
Studio Apartment Room   £99.00
7 Roomzzz Leeds City West  4*  0.7 Miles
Standard Room   £79.00
8 Gateway Serviced Apartments  4*  0.8 Miles
Studio Apartment Room   £119.00
9 Butlers Hotel  3*  1.7 Miles
En-Suite Room   £39.00
10 Boundary Hotel  0*  1.8 Miles
Standard Room   £34.00
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Leeds Christkindelmarkt Traditional German Christmas Market

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OPENING DATES
14 Nov 14 to 20 Dec 14

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Opening Times
Mon10.30am - 9.30pm
Tue10.30am - 9.30pm
Wed10.30am - 9.30pm
Thu10.30am - 9.30pm
Fri10.30am - 9.30pm
Sat10.30am - 9.30pm
Sun10.30am - 6.30pm
Additional
Food & Drink YES
Entertainment YES
Disabled Access YES
Toilet Facilities YES
Location
Millennium Square, Leeds
Entry Charge
None
How to get there
Free Parking NO
Pay Parking YES
Coach Parking YES
Nearest Bus Route:
For regular local bus services and timetable information to and from the city centre contact West Yorkshire Metro on 0113 245 7676 or visit www.wymetro.com
Nearest Railway Station:
Leeds City Train Station is only a ten minute walk away from Millennium Square. For train services and timetable information visit www.nationalrail.co.uk
Nearest Tram Stop:
None
Nearest Tube Station:
None
Nearest Airport:
Leeds Bradford Airport - approx 8 miles from the city centre and is accessible by a dedicated bus service' in the Nearest Airport section

Christkindelmarkt, Leeds - a little piece of Germany in the heart of Leeds City Centre

Christkindelmarkt, Leeds is one of the most established German Christmas Markets in the UK, with traditional wooden stalls, festive greenery, Christmas carousel ride and twinkling colourful lights all creating a unique continental festive atmosphere in the heart of Leeds city centre.

Set in the stylish civic setting of the award winning Millennium Square, Christkindelmarkt attracts many hundred thousands of visitors to Leeds each year and forms an integral part of the city’s annual events programme.

The market consists of over 40 wooden chalet stalls from authentic German traders providing a wide range of seasonal gift ideas for everyone including; handcrafted toys, jewellery, Christmas cards and festive decorations, speciality foods and traditional German delicacies such as gluhwein, bratwurst sausages, goulash, soups, schnitzels, stollen, gingerbread and candied fruits.

The popular Frank-furter Scheune, Kuh Stall and Alp Chalet Bavarian eatery provide visitors with a warm and cosy retreat in which to sample the very best in authentic German food & drink, and the ideal way to celebrate the festive period with family and friends. For further details and information visit www.frankfurter-scheune.com

The market is open:

Monday – Saturday from 10.30am to 9.30pm

Sundays from 10.30am to 6.30pm

Info: 0113 395 0891 or www.leeds.gov.uk/christmasmarket

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By P-10, Bradford Excellent , worth looking at!
01/12/2014
Went on a Sunday afternoon, absolutely heaving and lots of children enjoying the rides. A great atmosphere, pricy things on sale but that's Christmas. Food choice was good, a bit pricey but if you shop around it makes a difference. Well worth a visit!
By Tarrant, Nottingham Good fun
07/12/2012
Cheap german beer and german sausages...can't beat that easily!!!
By jonny st, Burton upon trent LEEDS GERMAN CHRISTMAS MARKET
19/11/2011
Having travelled all the way from Burton upon trent on the train the 4 of us were very disappointed with this market, after going to Birmingham last year & over 150 stalls. Take away the food & drink only stalls, only about 15 stalls to look at all over in 20 minutes.But we did have a lovely lunch at Jamie Olivers Italian resturant before the train ride home
By hunny, Pudsey good fun
16/11/2011
I have been to this market for the past few years. It stays much the same but all of my children enjoy it as it is something different and for me it shows that Christmas it just around the corner. It may not be the biggest or the best but for the space that they are in i find it has a good assortment of stalls and the atmosphere is always a good one!
By macki, blackburn What a disappointment
16/12/2010
After spending the last ten years at Christmas markets all over Germany and being unable to go this year (2010 ) , We thought that we would visit Leeds german Christmas market , what a disappointment it turned out to be, No atmosphere, few stalls and not sure how many of the stall holders came from germany but most of those I talked to came from Romania, it was nothing like the real german markets the only thing that was any good was the gluwein .
By JAY'71, GLOS (UK) SMALL BUT GOOD
30/11/2010
This is a nice little market - but it has unfortunately been a bit over-hyped. I expected it to be the ultimate German Christmas Market experience - but it is actually quite small. Access is awkward too - the Leeds Loop can be a bit frustrating if you don't know your way around. Having said that though - the food is great - with some nice bargains to be found if you look carefully. It can get a little boisterous on an evening, and it is a bit cramped due to the layout. Do visit though - as German markets are a bit scarce in the UK - but unfortunately I would rate this one behind a few of the others. Also - quite nearby, and well worth a visit - are the Manchester markets.
By LavishLadyJ, Leeds Only The Posh Know Where To Shop
05/11/2010
This is one unique market to see. It's not cheap but you will enjoy whatever you spend on. The atmosphere is fabulous. Make a date in your diary.
By Steve The Pirate Yarrrr, Leeds Es Ist Zehr Gut !!!!
18/08/2010
This... is a spleeeendid market. There are some very important rules though. 1) Arrive early, unless you like queues, the rain, getting wet, getting hungry, all of the above. 2) DONT jump on the tables, the bouncers don't like it, they especially don't like an invite to join in. 3) DONT try steal a glass. Just ask them nicely for a bag to take it away with, you paid for it remember ? Apparently too many people fell over with them up their tops and hurt themselves in 2008 trying to "borrow" them, so last year they brought in the bag rule. 4) HAVE LOTS OF FUN AND JOIN IN WITH THE SINGING. If you are lucky enough to have the band performing on your table, don't try touch the singers moustache, as fine as it is.
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