The German Christmas Market in Quebec City will take place on five sites this year and the heart of the festivities will be transported a few steps from the Château Frontenac.
The site of the Place de l'Hôtel-de-Ville, which is still in progress, has forced the organization to review its deployment plan.
The heart of the Market will be set up for the first time near the Champlain statue, near the emblematic Château Frontenac, it was announced in a press release on Tuesday morning.
In addition to the traditional sites of the gardens of the Hôtel-de-Ville and rue Sainte-Anne, the Christmas Market will once again set up its penates at Place D'Youville and the Parade.
The detailed program for the 15th German Christmas Market will be announced on 10 November. The five sites chosen will welcome visitors from November 24 to December 23. The organizers estimate that the 2021 edition attracted around 750 000 visitors.
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