It was my first time in Germany, and I can briefly say that it was a really unique experience. It did meet my expectations and pretty much coincided with the picture I had in my head. From the system point of view, very well organized, sharp, exclusive and cold. And not only because It's December. On the other hand, that is not something that I could say for the Christmas Markets. I like how the Germans place a lot of attention to periods of holidays and the fact that you can truly feel the holiday spirit. Even two weeks afterwards, I can feel the moment through these colorful pictures, and I truly hope that it can covey it to the readers. I hope that you will enjoy!
The atmosphere on the Christmas Market in Bonn slightly differs in different parts of the day. Mainly during the day, you can see older people who pass through narrow passages between Christmas decorated, "small holiday houses", taking their moment to enjoy a cap of mulled wine. And that is what I was also doing. The nights are reserved for the young population, and those who feel that way. Although, "night life" in Bonn is not something that residents could brag about, even though the city has a university and a lot of young people. All the happenings and the crowd at the market stops already at 22h in the evening. Fortunately, by that time, the atmosphere is very wonderful and colored with holiday mood.
This is the first in a series of posts about the Germany through my perspective. In some of the next posts, I will try to convey my impressions on the Christmas market in Cologne, and share photos of Bonn from the way that I have I experienced it. I hope that you enjoyed the fragments of Bonn Christmas Market observed through my lens. To whichever part of the world you are, I hope that you are enjoying the holidays! :)