Experience a Rick Steves’ Christmas with Radius
Here’s a great short film of Rick Steves introducing the “glittering trees, old time carols and colourful Christmas markets” of southern Germany. Germany is the home of Christmas. Many of the world’s most cherished Christmas traditions – the tree, the Advent wreath, and many of the greatest carols – come from here.
And, of course, our beautiful and atmospheric Christmas markets are internationally famous. Want to see for yourself? Then let us show you …
Christmas markets can be seen on the following Radius tours running most days between now and 23rd December. Just click and book.
Departing daily at 2pm from the Radius office, our seasonal tour brings you to Munich’s main Christmas markets such as the Christmas Village and the Medieval Market in the company of an expert guide, and supplies you with traditional gingerbread cake to help you on the way. Details here.
Departing daily at 9.15am for Austria’s city of song, our tour includes time to see Salzburg’s celebrated Christmas market in the centre of the historic old town. Details here.
Normally offered only in summer, our Regensburg tour returns for December because its Christmas markets in the medieval centre are a picture perfect seasonal delight. Departs Monday and Saturday at 10.15am. Details here.
Nuremberg’s 600 year old Christkindlmarkt is one of the most famous in all of Germany, and is featured in the Rick Steves film. Visit it as one of the highlights of our Nuremberg tour, departing Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday at 8.40am. Details here.