Tucked away behind ugly Barbarossaplatz, across the road from the lovely Volksgarten, you’ll find the idyllic Eifelplatz, which is home to one of the best little restaurants in Cologne.
Rudolfplatz Christmas market and neighboring Christmas Avenue are well worth a visit for the standard Christmas market fare, albeit in rather different shapes, colours and sizes.
Combine glühwein, rum, sugar and fire and you get the fabulous Feurzangenbowle. Don’t burn your lips!
In Germany, Christmas just ain’t Christmas without a few Spekulatius – another traditional cookie for you to add to the evil weihnachtsteller.
Cast yer anchor at the Hafen Chrstmas market for some ho, ho, ho and a bottle of Glühwein. Ahoy!
These delicious biscuits are so thoroughly morish you’re going to need the recipe.
There are a lot of traditional German foods that only turn up around Christmas. One of the best is Stollen. This sweet cake-like loaf, contains dried fruits and is covered […]