Nuremberg, a Bavarian city with a rich history, will amaze you with its impressive monuments, picturesque Old Town and vibrant culture. Explore the secrets of Nuremberg, a city world-famous for its Christmas markets and Nuremberg sausages. Read more

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Nuremberg is the second largest city in Bavaria and one of Germany's most important historical centres. Its history dates back to the 11th century and today it boasts a rich cultural heritage and fascinating sights. A stroll through the picturesque Old Town will take you to Kaiserburg Castle, the city's landmark, where you can admire the magnificent view of Nuremberg. Also visit the world-famous Christmas markets, where you can enjoy Nuremberg sausages and mulled wine. Nuremberg is also the city where the Nuremberg Trials were held, bringing justice to war criminals after World War II.

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Kaiserburg Castle (Kaiserburg Nürnberg)

An imposing castle that served as the seat of the Holy Roman Emperors.

Old Town (Altstadt)

Historic centre with picturesque streets, beautiful facades and many shops, cafes and restaurants.

Nuremberg Christmas Market (Christkindlesmarkt)

Traditional Christmas market held every December.

Documentation Centre of the Nazi Party Congress Hall (Dokumentationszentrum Reichsparteitagsgelände)

A museum dedicated to the history of Nazism and the Nuremberg Trials.

German National Museum (Germanisches Nationalmuseum)

The largest museum of German culture and history with an extensive collection of artworks and historical artefacts.


A beautiful Gothic church with a Baroque interior that is now used as a concert and exhibition space.


The historic house where the famous German painter Albrecht Dürer lived and worked is now a museum.

Tiergarten Nürnberg

Nuremberg Zoo, located in a picturesque setting and home to more than 300 species of animals.

Frauenkirche (Church of Our Lady)

A Gothic church that is an important part of Nuremberg's Old Town, with a unique astronomical clock that performs a festive scene with characters every day at noon.

Nuremberg Underground (Historische Felsengänge)

An extensive system of historic cellars and underground passages that can be explored with a guide.

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In and around Nuremberg

Weissenstein castle (38.68 km)

Perched atop a hill overlooking the Bavarian countryside, Weissenstein Castle (Schloss Weissenstein) captivates visitors with its mix of Baroque and Rococo architecture.

Ansbach (40.69 km)

A picturesque town in Bavaria, Germany, best known for its Baroque architecture and as the birthplace of Kaspar Hauser. Its rich history, charming old town, and lush parks make it a haven for history enthusiasts and nature lovers alike.

Bamberg (50.08 km)

Bamberg is a city that boasts unique historical architecture, which has earned it the UNESCO designation. Its charming atmosphere is dominated by medieval streets, dazzling baroque facades and a number of breweries.

Amberg (56.74 km)

A charming, historical town in the Upper Palatinate (Oberpfalz) region of Bavaria, Germany. Renowned for its well-preserved medieval architecture and rich cultural heritage, the town provides a window into the past while offering modern amenities.

Bayreuth (64.45 km)

Bayreuth, a city wrapped in baroque beauty and rich musical heritage, beckons visitors to explore the realm where composer Richard Wagner's legacy thrives amidst architectural splendors.

Rothenburg ob der Tauber (65.23 km)

Rothenburg ob der Tauber is like a fairy tale coming to life before your eyes. This magnificent medieval town with its well-preserved walls and charming streets is a real gem of romantic Germany.

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