Is this a "shopping post"? Are there interesting handicrafts, artwork, antiques, or other items that people typically buy there?

You can find a Bembel for your apple wine in Frankfurt, a Cuckoo clock from the black forest, you collectors mugs at Christmas time from every market are different. - Mar 2020


Not a shopping post. - Mar 2020


Christmas decorations. Bembels (clay pitchers for apple cider). Octoberfest clothing... - Feb 2020


Germany is noted for its Christmas markets. Make sure to visit them. - Sep 2019


It's a good place to get some lederhosen that will last you a lifetime. Christmas decorations. There are sponsored trips to Poland for pottery. - Apr 2019


Yes, beer steins, Polish pottery, and cuckoo clocks. If you are into Christmas ornaments, you will love the Christmas Markets each winter. - Jan 2017


Christmas crafts, bembels (jugs for apple wine), etc. - Aug 2016


Nothing particularly unique to purchase except the wide variety of Christmassy things at Frankfurt's, and each Germany town's individual Christmas markets. Germany is very into Christmas! - Feb 2016


Steins, Bembels, Cuckoo Clocks, decorations from the Christmas and Easter Markets - Dec 2015


Cuckoo-Clocks from Bavaria, every type of beer known to man kind, and all the trinkets and dust collectors you can purchase at the endless Christmas and Easter Markets as well as festivals. - Mar 2014


German beer. - Nov 2013


Food and travel. - Mar 2012


A lot of beer mugs, and other such handicrafts. I don't have much of an interest in this stuff though. - Oct 2011


Various items. Christmas markets are a big thing here. - Jul 2010


Beer! Best I've ever had... - Jul 2008


Great food items, travel, travel, travel. - Feb 2008


Nutcrackers, smokers, steins, traveling. - Jan 2008


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