Christmas market
26.11.2021 - 06.01.2022
Stands in Graben street | © Alex Filz
Church at Tschurtschenthaler park | © Helmut Moling

Christmas in Bruneck


Gastronomic stands at the Tschurtschenthaler park | © Helmut Moling

Dear guests, 
Christmas will be very special also this year! Nevertheless, we are going to transform our beautiful city into a Christmas Wonderland. Enjoy this special time with your beloved ones and explore the joy of Christmas in our wonderful town.
So come and visit us in Bruneck. We are waiting for you!


24.12.2021: 10am–2pm
25.12.2021: closed
31.12.2021: 10am–7pm
01.01.2022: 10am–7pm

Sunday–Thursday: 10am–7pm
Friday, Saturday & pre-holidays: 10am–7pm

Programme & map
Green Pass

A number of measures have been introduced to ensure that all visitors enjoy a safe market experience. Consumption at the catering and sales stands is only possible with a GREEN PASS. In addition, masks and a distance of 1 meter are required at the market area.


How does the Green Pass control work? At the tourist office or at the Welcome Point in front of the tourist office at the Town Hall Square, you will receive a bracelet valid for the whole day on presentation of your Green Pass. At the stands you only need to show this bracelet.

Covid Info South Tyrol's Christmas markets
Daisy Hoch | © Sabine Hauswirth
Exhibition „Schnee Lichter“

... a little different Advent calendar ...
Project of the educational institutions of Bruneck with the artist Daisy Hoch in the old gymnasium.
Opening times: 1.12.2021 – 6.1.2022
Mon – Fri from 4 pm – 7 pm
Sat – Sun from 2 pm – 7 pm
closed: 24.12./ 25.12./31.12./01.01.

Flyer Schneelichter
Christmas in the upper city | © Helmut Moling
Light installation

The lamps stand as a metaphor for fire, which burns within each individual member of the society and that unites us all.

Stands in Graben street | © Alex Filz
Decorated for Christmas

Stadtgasse and Graben will be lit up with the magnificent Christmas illuminations, whilst Graben will also be decorated with many little trees bedecked in turn with cribs and carved animals for us all to marvel at. 

Children paint stars

As an alternative to the St. Nicholas procession, the kids can get creative instead. The Trayah sheltered workshop has cut out 400 wooden stars ready for children to paint. As a thank you there will be a St. Nicholas made from fair trade chocolate for every star. The Christmas trees in the town will then be decorated with the stars.

Shopping street in the evening in winter | © Helmut Moling

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