Promenade Closure
Permanent closure of the towpath and promenade path along the Rhine below the Pfaffendorf bridge from the wine village to the castle steps.
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Menschen reden, essen und trinken vor beschmuckten und mit Schnee bedeckten Ständen auf dem Vorplatz der Liebfrauenkirche in Koblenz ©Koblenz-Touristik GmbH, Gauls

Winter Events in Koblenz

In winter, it's Christmas anticipation and light art, when the city begins to shine and sparkle with the Christmas market and Christmas Garden at Festung Ehrenbreitstein! A special highlight in winter is of course the carnival with the popular Shrove Monday parade.

24.11.2023 - 07.01.2024
Koblenz Christmas Market
Every year during Advent, Koblenz is transformed into an atmospheric pre-Christmas paradise: The scent of freshly roasted almonds, mulled wine and gingerbread wafts through the streets. At the arts and crafts market, numerous stalls with handmade unique items invite you to a cozy gift hunt.
Through the festively decorated city center, you can stroll in complete relaxation from one favorite spot to the next. A particularly contemplative sight awaits you at Jesuitenplatz. There you will find the city's largest Advent calendar, composed of the colorfully lit dormer windows of the baroque town hall.
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Koblenzer Weihnachtsmarkt auf dem Jesuitenplatz ©Koblenz-Touristik GmbH, Henry Tornow
24.11.2023 - 07.01.2024
Christmas Garden
Starting on November 24, the motto at Festung Ehrenbreitstein after dark is once again: pause, marvel at light art at the highest level and enjoy (pre-)Christmas colorful happiness. The Christmas Garden Koblenz promises a magical journey through enchanting fantasy worlds and guarantees a wonderful open-air experience for young and old."
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Ansicht auf Festung Ehrenbreitstein beleuchtet vom Christmas Garden ©Christmas Garden, Michael Clemens
Carnival in Koblenz with Rose Monday Parade
"Kowelenz Olau!" - This battle cry resounds from all corners and alleys on Rose Monday. Koblenz is one of the carnival strongholds in the Rhineland. Every year, more than 150,000 onlookers come to celebrate with the guards, clubs and music groups. The närrische Lindwurm winds, starting in the Altstadt in the direction of the station and back, on a total train route of 5 kilometers through the city center. Once again this year, more than 45 floats and over 90 foot groups will enrich the procession. Celebrate this Rose Monday procession with more than 4,500 active people!
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Karneval Rosemontagsumzug in Koblenz ©Koblenz-Touristik / Frey Pressebild