Sterzing Advent

Advent in South Tyrol from 27.11.2020 to 06.01.2021

Opening hours Sterzing Advent


The market is daily open from 10.00 a.m. to 07.00 p.m.



24.12.2020 from 10.00 a.m. to 01.00 p.m.

25.12.2020 closed

31.12.2020 from 10.00 a.m. to 05.00 p.m.

01.01.2020 from 01.00 p.m. to 07.00 p.m.

The Advent market in Sterzing in South Tyrol is similar to the Salzburg Mountain Advent in the Grossarltal, the Wolfgangsee Advent and the Berchtesgaden Advent. These are Advent markets where quality, authenticity, tradition and originality play an important role.


If the wood crackles in the peasant oven, the peaks shine white and the days are getting shorter, then Advent season is in South Tyrol. The elaborately carved cribs are unpacked, put up in the parlors and decorated with moss and pine-trees from the woods. Light garlands with pine-trees point the way to the Christmas market in Sterzing. Handmade Christmas decorations made of glass, straw and wood or traditional handicrafts such as the "Patschen", slippers from Loden are to be admired.


Everywhere it smells of freshly baked cookies and apple strudel. With the purchase of this handmade gingerbread, the aid project of the Foundation "Fondazione Francesca Rava" will help the children in Haiti a better future.


Tradition lives in the almost 1000-meter-high late-medieval mining town with its cultural monuments, the impressive "Zwölferturm" and the special exhibition on the mining history. The many colorful facades of houses with their characteristic bay windows also create a unique ambience.


Further information about Sterzing Advent


Video about Sterzing Advent


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Baking for kids

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