For the first time ever, Germany will be participating in the Christmas markets without stepping out of their cars.
Santa candy on wheels
To make sure all products are safe, the candies are packed in sanitised wrappers and the customers are asked to receive the orders from the cars itself.
Queue for happiness
The cars queue up infront of the isolated temporary huts and wait for their turn to drive-in and purchase their candies and other items.
Bicycles allowed too
People can also drive-in on their bicycles. However, it is compulsory for the cyclists to wear face masks and maintain social distance.
No horse-back rides
One big change this year, however, is that all the swings and the rides for children and adults will stay closed, for now. The government will soon be deciding on how to re-open the markets without having a spread of the virus.
It is compulsory for the shopkeepers to wear masks and keep their huts sanitised. The organisers have happily agreed to all terms as long as they get to keep up the Christmas tradition.