Leeds German Market continues to draw visitors

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It is one of the most popular seasonal outdoor event held every year in Leeds.

The city’s Christkindelmarkt German Market is once again in full swing, and thousands of visitors have already dashed to Millennium Square to sample its festive delights.

PIC: Tony Johnson

PIC: Tony Johnson

From Bratwurst to authentic Christmas trinkets, the market’s wide range of stalls have plenty on offer for those with an eye for a gift.

The pop-up German Market opened to visitors on November 10.

Its 40 wooden chalet stalls, set up by German traders, will remain in the square until Christmas Eve.

And back by popular demand, the market this year features the special Santa’s Breakfast experience for children and families.

Set in the festive-themed Alp Chalet restaurant, the breakfast is on offer every Saturday and Sunday.