Werder drew with Hamburg

Germany’s Christmas markets draw crowds, as do those in Bremen and Schlachte Zauber. So it’s no surprise that some Bremen residents enjoy mulled wine to warm up before Christmas. It’s good to know whether it is more expensive in Bremen than elsewhere or not.

A price comparison in 20 major German cities, created by the Bremen-based online marketplace Traum-Ferienwohnungen, provides the answers.

At the Bremen Christmas market, most mulled wine stalls cost 4 euros for a 0.2 liter cup, some even settle for 3.50 euros.

On national average, a cup of mulled wine at the Christmas market costs 3.95 euros. Here, too, visitors can do something good: a cup can be purchased at the Robrahn family stand, part of the proceeds from which will be donated to the Bremen Angels. Two angels are shown.

The mulled wine itself is also more expensive elsewhere than in Bremen, for example at the Munich Christmas market or the Berlin memorial church Christmas market. There, visitors pay five euros for a mug of mulled wine.

Thus, the Bavarian state capital and the capital of Germany catapulted themselves to the top of the rankings. Even visitors to Cologne and Düsseldorf have to dig deeper into their pockets. There, mulled wine is sold at stalls for 4.50 euros. In Hamburg, the Christmas market costs 4 euros.

But it is also cheaper, for example in the Christmas city of Dortmund and in Münster at the (Christmas market on Harsewinkelplatz. In both Westphalian metropolises you pay 3 euros each. This means that the two cities are among the cheapest this Advent.

Sören Genus, company spokesman for Traum-Ferienwohnungen, says: “Our comparison shows that the prices of mulled wine have risen slightly in some cases. However, this will not change the festive atmosphere at the Christmas markets.”

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