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Nuremburg is the second largest city and the unofficial capital of Franconia an energetic place where the nightlife is intense and the beer is as dark as coffee. As one of Bavaria’s biggest draws it is alive with visitors all year round.
The city was the undeclared capital of the Holy Roman Empire and the preferred residence of most German Kings, who kept their crown jewels here. Full of architectural wonders, it was also a magnet for famous artists such as Albrecht Dürer who was actually born in Nuremburg. By the 19th century, the city had become a powerhouse in Germany’s Industrial revolution.
Nuremburg is home to historical buildings, spectacular churches and one of Germany’s largest pedestrian areas and traditional Hauptmarkt.
A modern city centre hotel is a short walk away from both Nuremburg train station. The Maritim Hotel is the ideal base for exploring Nuremburg’s Old Town and historic city walls. The elegant hotel offers rooms that are spacious and sound proof.
NH Collection Hotel
Recently renovated the NH Collection hotel is right in the heart of Nuremburg. It is located in the pedestrian zone in the historic city Kaiserburg is only a small walk away. The business like hotel is decorated with hardwood floors, and sound proof rooms for a restful nights’ sleep.
Albrecht Dürer Stube
The intimate restaurant has a Dürer-inspired dining room, prettily laid tables, a ceramic stove keeping things toasty when they’re not outside and a menu of Nuremberg sausages, steaks, sea fish, seasonal specials, Franconian wine and Landbier (regional beer).
Seared over a flaming beech-wood grill, the little links sold at this rustic inn arguably set the standard across the land. You can dine in the timbered restaurant or on the terrace with views of the Hauptmarkt.
Take a pew in this 21st-century sugar cube to watch the sushi chef deftly craft your order. When the mercury climbs high, enjoy your nigiri, sashimi and American sushi beneath the huge sunshades on the Kornmarkt.
Learn about the history of the Nuremberg bratwurst and get answers to questions such as: How long have the citizens of Nuremberg eaten bratwurst? Why are the sausages so small? Why are they always served in even numbers on a plate, but threes in a bun?
Drool over the expensive jewelry, fashion labels and interior designs in the elegant Kaiserstraße, Nuremburg’s historical Old Town. The Breite Gasse attracts shoppers to discover new and eccentric items in the many small side streets.
The U2 subway line directly connects Nuremberg Airport with the central train station thus providing access to Nuremberg’s city center in just 12 minutes!
To reach Nuremberg’s exhibition center please change subway lines at the central train station. The U1 subway line direction Langwasser will bring you to the trade fair in about 25 minutes.
The bus stop is located centrally in front of departure terminal 1 at the departure level.
At Nuremberg Airport , taxis are available around the clock!
Reach Nuremberg Airport quickly and conveniently via A3 Frankfurt-Nuremberg motorway.