At the train station of Limburg South there are only ICE trains stopping. A shuttle bus to the railway station Limburg goes from there. The christmas market is then in walking distance.
In the city centre there are numerous car parks. Note the parking guidance system. If everything is busy, a sign shows you alternatives, which are only about 10-15 min walk away. The advantage: parking is usually free.
Depending on the connection the journey with the ICE from Frankfurt Airport (railway station) to the train station of Limburg (Lahn) South is 18 to 22 minutes. From there continue with the shuttle bus or taxi to the city centre of Limburg.
End of November until shortly before Christmas
The Christmas market in Limburg an der Lahn is small, but very special. The historic old town is a real eye-catcher and inspires visitors from all over the world.
In Limburg you can experience history at every step, because here the middle ages has been preserved. Marvel at beautiful half-timbered houses and the Limburg St. George's Cathedral.
The virtual city tour see http://www.panoramax.de/limburg/ gives you a sneak peek.
Especially at Christmas time, the small town is a real gem, because then everything is festively decorated and lit. The approximately 40 booths extend southward from the Neumarkt, the Kornmarkt and the Plötze.
The festively decorated Georgsbrunnen, a large Christmas pyramid and an advent calendar house belong to the special sights of the Limburg Christmas market.
A Christmas music program invites you to linger and spread out a comforting atmosphere.
Escape Address: Neumarkt, 65549 Limburg a. d. Lahn, Limburg an der Lahn, Hesse, Germany
Hiking is a big deal in the Lahn Valley. On the way, the Lahn trail leads to cultural highlights through the towns of Bad Laasphe, Marburg, Wetzlar, Braunfels, Weilburg, Limburg, Diez, Nassau and Bad Ems. The entire Lahn trail has a length of 280 km. Enjoy the nature - in the summer but also in winter.
Visit also the surrounding villages such as Diez, Nassau and Bad Ems. Everywhere you will find timber-framed houses from the middleages and lots of nature.
The narrow Lahn Valley, the warming sun, pleasant climate and the distinctive slate floor allow the cultivation of excellent wines.