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Christmas markets open until New Years Eve

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We are unable to travel until after Christmas (around the 28th of December), and we're wondering which cities/towns might still have Christmas markets open at that time? I know most close by the afternoon of Christmas Eve, but we've visited some in the past (like Prague) after Christmas.

I see on this site http://www.germany-christmas-market.org.uk/berlin_christmas_market.php that at least some of the Berlin markets are open through 31 December, but I can't tell if only one is still open, or if quite a few of them remain open after Christmas. I don't know that it is worth the trip if only one of the many markets will still be open.

Any suggestions? Has anyone visited markets after Christmas?

Thanks!

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