The quaint German port city of Hamburg, with its twinkling lights and wooden chalets, seems like a place with a long tradition of Christmas markets. Surprisingly, the holiday markets that crowd the city have only been around for around thirty years or so. Now the city is taken over by up to 17 Christmas markets every year, filled with toys, mulled wine, and lights. The Lonely Planet blog has a great collection of Vines from one of their correspondents who recently traveled to Hamburg to scope out the Christmas market scene.
Read the full article here: Vine Adventures: The Christmas Markets of Hamburg