Schwäbisch Hall is a historic town in Baden-Württemberg, founded in the Middle Ages and became famous and rich for its salt springs, in the 12th century the emperor Frederick I Barbarossa founded the imperial mint here, the Häller were minted here, at that time , coins valid throughout Europe. In the 13th century it became a Free Imperial City. The historic center of Schwäbisch Hall, located along the Kocher river, is very characteristic with many historic buildings, such as the beautiful Michaelskirche church, and numerous typical half-timbered houses. The Schwäbisch Hall Christmas market is famous for chocolate, there is even a special section of the market dedicated to chocolate.
SCHWÄBISCH HALL CHRISTMAS MARKET
1) Schwäbisch Hall Christmas Market (Weihnachtsmarkt Schwäbisch Hall). The market of this medieval German town usually takes place along the very central Gelbinger Gasse. The deli counters offer waffles, mulled wine, hot chocolate and local specialities. There is no shortage of artisans’ stalls and those of Christmas gifts. Christmas music and carols complete the Advent events in this charming German town. Chocolate Christmas Market (Schokoladen-Weihnachtsmarkt): Concentrated in the Sparkassenplatz are the stalls offering chocolate of all types and tastes.