Ulm Christmas Market | 2024 Dates, Locations & Must-Knows!

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With the tallest church in the world as its backdrop, it’s no surprise that the Ulm Christmas Market (Ulmer Weihnachtsmarkt) is a truly special festive event.

Welcoming thousands of visitors a year from all around the world, this market brings together over 110 vendors selling all kinds of tasty Christmas market food and gfits.

If you’re currently planning your own trip, or simply curious about what Ulm Christmas Market is like, then we’re here to help.

Read on for an overview of the Ulm Christmas Market in Baden-Württemberg, with official dates, hotel recommendations, and locations.

NOTE: This is a Christmas market we haven’t personally visited yet, so all the information below is taken from official sources for your reference! If you have any personal tips from first-hand experience to add, let us know in the comments so we can improve this guide!

Ulm Christmas Market Dates 2024

According to the official Ulm Christmas Market website, this year’s event will take place from Nov 25 – Dec 22, 2024.

Ulm Christmas Market Locations

You can typically find Christmas market stalls in Ulm in front of the Ulmer Münster.

Ulm Christmas Market 2024 Hotels

Looking for a place to stay nearby while you visit Christmas markets? Here are some recommendations:

Official Ulm Christmas Market Website

For the most up-to-date information and announcements, be sure to visit the event’s official website.

Help Us Improve This Ulm Christmas Market Guide!

We’re constantly striving to make articles on this site more informative for our readers, so let us know in the comments if you’ve been to Ulm Christmas Market and if there are any tips or must-knows you’d like to share.

1 thought on “Ulm Christmas Market | 2024 Dates, Locations & Must-Knows!”

  1. Neu Ulm is where I spent some of my childhood. Christmas was always fun and magical and I did climb up to the top of the Neu Ulm Cathedral. The view is breathtaking. I don’t know if you can still do this. I did it over 40 years ago. I have so many wonderful memories of Germany. If you can, go and visit, it is so worth it.


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