Hotels and accommodation in Nuremberg, Germany

Hotels and accommodation in Nuremberg, Germany

09. Juni 2022, 10. Juni 2022,
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Nuremberg - medieval city in the north of Bavaria

The district-free city in the administrative district of Central Franconia is located in the north of the Free State of Bavaria and, with a population of around 550,000, is the second largest city in the state after Munich.

The city was first mentioned in 1050 in the Sigena document. The city experienced its first heyday as an independent imperial city of the Holy Roman Empire from 1219. Despite numerous destructions, Nuremberg still has one of the largest medieval city centers in the world.

Among the city's most important landmarks are the buildings along the Historic Mile - including, of course, Nuremberg Castle. In the city's historic core, you'll also find charming and gorgeous accommodations and hotels for your visit to Nuremberg.


What else is Nuremberg famous for? The traditional Christmas market in the heart of the city.

Also significant for Nuremberg is the Germanic National Museum - but the city also gained sad fame through the time of National Socialism, the Reich Party Rallies and the Nuremberg Laws.

Through the Nuremberg Trials, the city acquired the title of the City of Human Rights and was the scene of the first judgments based on international criminal law.

What is there to discover during your stay in Nuremberg?

Nuremberg is one of the sights in the Free State of Bavaria - the mighty Kaiserburg, the imposing Reichspartei grounds or the medieval cellar vault give the city its unique charm.

Although Nuremberg is the second largest city in Bavaria, many sights, museums and squares as well as excursion destinations in the countryside can be reached quickly and easily. Whether by e-bike, on foot or by public transport: in Nuremberg you can easily do without your own car and enjoy your time in peace!

Top 10 sights in Nuremberg:

  • Nuremberg Castle
  • Nazi Party grounds
  • Church of Our Lady
  • Craftsmen's yard
  • Nuremberg Toy Museum
  • Historic rock passages
  • Hangman's walkway
  • St. Lorenz Church
  • St. Sebald Church
  • Albrecht Dürer House

Also worth a visit is Karolinenstrasse in Nuremberg's Old Town. The 300-meter pedestrian zone offers great shopping, culinary stops and cozy cafes for a little breather during your visit to Nuremberg.


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