How do our neighbours in Denmark actually spend the Christmas season? You can find out by visiting the Danish Christmas market, the Christianskirkens julemarked in Charlottenburg.
During the first Advent weekend, the time has come again: the Danish community of the Christianskirk is creating a Scandinavian Christmas atmosphere in the capital. At the Christianskirkens julemarked you can take a journey to the neighbouring Christmas land.
A piece of Danish Christmas culture
More than 100 volunteers of the Christianskirk parish are bringing a piece of Danish Christmas culture to Berlin again this year.
Danish food, textiles, toys and design articles are offered by the church community and other exhibitors at their stands.
Nordic delicacies and musical entertainment
Here you will be treated to culinary delights with world-famous Nordic delicacies such as Smørrebrød sandwiches, Æbleskiver (Danish mini-doughnuts) and Lakrids liquorice. Heat yourself up with Julebryg, the Danish Christmas beer, the caraway schnapps Akvavit or the Scandinavian mulled wine Glögg.
The Jazz band Blue Closet provides musical accompaniment to the Scandinavian Christmas spirit.
Highlights of the Danish Christmas market
- Smørrebrød and Æbleskiver (Danish mini-doughnuts)
- Jazz band Blue Closet
- Danish design articles, fashion and toys
- Open only one Advent weekend
- Danish Christmas beer and Glögg mulled wine
Our tips for your visit to the Danish Christmas market
Take a closer look at the entrance hall of the underground station at Fehrbelliner Platz: It dates from the 70s and was built in the style of Berlin Modernism.
You can also skate some loops at the flea market at Fehrbelliner Platz. Go ice skating before or after your visit to the Danish Christmas market in the Horst-Dom ice stadium.
Or combine your visit to the Danish Christmas market with a stroll along the magnificent Kurfürstendamm boulevard
Opening hours and entrance fees
- Opening hours: Saturday 12 pm – 7 pm, Sunday 12 pm – 6 pm
- Free admission
The Danish Christmas market is located in the courtyard of the Danish church Christianskirken, Brienner Straße 12, Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf
If you’re coming by car: Parking is possible in the streets around the Christianskirken. Arrival by public transport:
- U-Bahn (underground train): U3, U7 Fehrbelliner Platz
- Bus: 115 Berlin, Mansfelderstraße/Barstraße, 101, 107, 115 U Fehrbelliner Platz