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Numberone Hotel
Münchener Str. 342
90471 Nuremberg
9.1 / 10
from 59 €
Best Western Hotel Nürnberg City West
Regerstraße 6
90429 Nuremberg
from 50 €
Wöhrdersee Hotel Mercure Nürnberg City
Dürrenhofstraße 8
90402 Nuremberg
TOP Dürer Hotel
Neutormauer 32
90403 Nuremberg
from 75 €
Hotel St. Peter
Harsdörffer Straße 30
90478 Nuremberg
garni Hotel Nürnberger Trichter
Löwenberger Straße 147
90475 Nuremberg
7.1 / 10
from 58 €
Holiday Inn Nürnberg City Centre
Engelhardsgasse 12
90402 Nuremberg
Hotel-Restaurant Gerhard
Pillenreuther Straße 144
90459 Nuremberg
from 59 €
Hilton Nuremberg
Valznerweiher Straße 200
90480 Nuremberg
Hotel Luga
Gabelsbergerstraße 49
90459 Nuremberg
from 82 €
Mövenpick Hotel Nürnberg-Airport
Flughafenstraße 100
90411 Nuremberg
Hotel Prinzregent
Prinzregentenufer 11
90489 Nuremberg
from 61 €
Hotel Burgschmiet
Burgschmietstraße 8
90419 Nuremberg
from 64 €
Hampton by Hilton Nürnberg City
Bahnhofstrasse 16
90402 Nuremberg
7.6 / 10
Ringhotel Loew's Merkur
Pillenreuther Straße 1
90459 Nuremberg
from 69 €
Novina Hotel Südwestpark Nürnberg
Südwestpark 5
90449 Nuremberg
from 76 €
Hotel Marienbad
Eilgutstraße 5
90443 Nuremberg
from 64 €
Novina Hotel Tillypark
Wallensteinstraße 71
90431 Nuremberg
from 77 €
Hotel Cristal
Willibaldstraße 7
90491 Nuremberg
from 65 €
RAMADA Landhotel Nürnberg
Oelser Straße 2
90475 Nuremberg
from 55 €
Ramada Nürnberg Parkhotel
Münchener Straße 25
90478 Nuremberg
from 75 €
Landgasthof Hotel Gentner
Bregenzer Straße 31
90475 Nuremberg
from 66 €
Arvena Park Hotel - Das Hotel am Franken-Center
Görlitzer Straße 51
90473 Nuremberg
from 59 €
art & business Hotel
Gleißbühlstraße 15
90402 Nuremberg
from 73 €
City Partner Hotel Am Jakobsmarkt
Schottengasse 5
90402 Nuremberg
Avenue Altenfurt Garni
Habsburgerstr. 12
90475 Nuremberg
7.9 / 10
from 46 €
InterCityHotel Nürnberg
Eilgutstraße 8
90443 Nuremberg
from 55 €
Burghotel Nürnberg
Lammsgasse 3
90403 Nuremberg
from 56 €
MARITIM Hotel Nürnberg
Frauentorgraben 11
90443 Nuremberg
from 75 €
Gasthof Blödel Grüner Baum
Venatoriusstr. 7
90455 Nuremberg
7.6 / 10
from 55 €

Nuremberg City Guide

Hotels in Nuremberg
Nuremberg is often considered the ‘Christmas City’ famous for Lebkuchen and the Christkindlesmarkt, but if you happen to find yourself in the heart of Bavaria with some extra time on your hands, Nuremberg has a lot to offer at any time of the year. The second largest city in Bavaria, is quintessentially German. Even though the majority of the city was destroyed during the Second World War, it was sensitively rebuilt to reflect the original style and shape of the buildings.

The Old Town

Luckily, there is a lot to see in Nuremberg within a reasonably small area. If you are short on time then head for The Aldstadt, as there you will find an abundance of museums, sights and restaurants that can easily fill a week of exploration, let alone one day. A great starting point is the Hauptmarkt. There you will find the Schöner Brünnen; a 14th Century Fountain located just in front of the town hall. This fountain is considered an essential stop on any tour of Nuremberg, so aim to get there as early as possible to beat the crowds. After appreciating the artistry, don’t forget to turn the two brass rings embedded in the fence around the fountain – it is said to bring good luck. Of course, during the Christmas market the Hauptmarkt is particularly busy, but if you visit in December, spend an hour or so wandering among the stalls. This is an excellent place to pick up some very unique gifts for friends and family. Your next stop is the Imperial Castle. Head straight up the hill towards the castle, which you’ll be able to see from the Schöner Brünnen. The Kaiserburg is considered one of the most formidable medieval fortifications in Europe. In the summer months, wander through the castle gardens and experience the surrounding buildings, as well as beautiful panorama of the city. The castle museum gives you an interesting insight into life at the time. The moat surrounding the city, and particularly The Burg, plays host to different events, including a beer festival due to take place from 3rd- 7th June 2015. The atmosphere is spectacular, and it is the perfect setting to experience German beer – over 100 varieties were available during the 2014 festival.

A bite of lunch and introduction to Albrecht Dürer

After exploring the imperial history of Nuremberg, amble down the hill and join the modern world in Tiergärtnertorplatz. You’ll know immediately when you reach the platz, as there you will find a large bronze statue of a rabbit. Regardless of the month, Tiergärtnertorplatz, is an excellent location to enjoy a bit of lunch. You have many restaurants that serve traditional German cuisine, with all the Franconian specialities. Wander a minute or so down the hill on Bergstrasse and on your left you will find Wirthaus Hütt’n. This cosy restaurant offers a delicious selection of local dishes, the Bratwurst and potato salad is particular popular. They offer a specials menu that regularly changes and reflects seasonal produce. If you fancy a little lunchtime beverage, then Wirthaus Hütt’n also offers a range of local beers. After lunch to Tiergärtnertorplatz and on the corner of the platz and Albrecht Dürer Strasse, you will find the home of the renowned artist himself. The stand out feature of this museum, is the audio guide. As you listen, the audio gives an interpretation of Albrecht Dürer’s wife, Agnes, as she talks to you about her daily life experiences. This innovative approach really brings the museum to life. The entry fee is a reasonable 5 euros.

The Pegnitz and your evening in Nuremberg

After a morning of history, head back into the heart of Nuremberg. The Pegnitz is a small river that divides Nuremberg, and flows through the centre of the city. We recommend that you take some time and wander through the streets that lie next to the river. A great starting point is the iron suspension bridge at Kettensteg just on the edges of the city walls, from there head back towards the centre of the city, and cross over the Pegnitz by Henkersteg (Hangman’s bridge) – this wooden bridge is an excellent photo opportunity! Along this path you will find a plethora of coffee houses to enjoy an afternoon refreshment, or even a slice of cake. Although, as mentioned before, there is an enormous of amount to see in the city centre, if you find you have a little more time on your hands, we strongly recommend a trip to the Zeppelin Field and the Documentation Centre Nazi Party Rally Grounds. Previously the heart of the Third Reich, this vast area, and Congress Hall has been transformed into a fascinating and informative museum about the causes and consequences of the National Socialist party era. After your day exploring the many faces of Nuremberg, unwind with dinner and, if you fancy, a local beer. Nuremberg is not short of places to eat and drink until your heart is content, but you will find the majority of bars and restaurants around the Hauptmarkt and Königstrasse. There are many cosy unique bars within this area, and a varied offering of different cuisines. In the colder months of the year, you’ll see little Glühwein stands, so why not pick up a warming hot wine, while you decide where to end your day in Nuremberg.

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