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Nuremberg, Germany
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Nuremburg Castle

Nuremburg Castle

Nuremberg Castle is the most famous landmark of the city. From the Freiung sanctuary and Sinwellturn tower, visitors can enjoy the breathtaking views of the old quarter. The castle consists of a huge complex and a double imperial Chapel which is the oldest remaining part of the castle. Some of the imperial residents and rooms in the Palas have panals of the late medieval and Renaissance peroid. A permanent exhibition in the castle is redesigned and is appealing to the visitors of all age groups. You can explore the castle from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm.

Travelling to Nuremberg, Germany

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Situated on the river Pegnitz, Nuremberg is the second largest city of Bavaria after Munich. The city offers the immense attraction to its tourists to visit, including the rebuilt Nuremberg Castle and Hamptmarkt, the famous gingerbread in the world. Nuremberg is a city with a drawings of heritage buffs, romantic flair, foodies, and artistic souls. This city is an energetic place to visit where the nightlife is extreme with the dark alcoholic drinks. Nuremberg is the center of humanism, printing, science and mechanical invention. It orchestrates the Nuremberg International Toy Fair, which is the largest of its kind in the world. Christkindlesmarkt is the world famous market for its handmade ornaments and delicacies. The Academy of Fine arts is the oldest academy of Europe. The Bardentreffen is an annual folk festival is the largest world music festival in Germany. Nuremberg is all about gingerbread, toys, Christmas, and Nazi Party Rally. The city is incomplete without its culinary. The restaurants serve their traditional lavish dish breweries, beer gardens, and Nuremberg sausages along with Sauerkraut.

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Nuremberg Travel Tips & Guide

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How To Get Around?

The city is well connected through public transits. You can travel by metros, subways, trams, and buses. Private taxis and cabs are also a good option to explore Nuremberg. The old town is best explored on foot.

What Should I Wear?

You can pick comfortable and trendy dresses. Try to prefer soft and delicate clothes. You can pair high-waist shorts with a crop top.You can include jeans, plazo, bell bottoms with a crop top or tank top in your luggage. Printed dresses with high heels will look gorgeous. If you want to look stylish then may carry fashionable and trendy accessories along with bold lipsticks. Ballet flats, flip-flops, and sandals are the good options for footwear. Leggings and tees offer leisure in the summer afternoons. You may carry foulards and stylish tunics. Sunglasses and floppy hats are recommendable in sunny days. Layers and jackets are must if you are planning to visit in winters.

Nuremberg Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

The best time to visit Nuremberg is from the months of March to May, as spring month offers bloomy nature and pleasant landscapes. The month of October and November also offers clear and sunny weather to explore the city.

Currency

Euro

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How To Get There?

Nuremberg can be reached by airplane, train, and car. Nuremberg Airport is connected widely across the world. You can easily board a flight to this airport. It also provides access to the city center in about twelve minutes. Nuremberg Railway Station is located next to the old city. You can also take a train to get into the city.

Additional Info

Nuremberg is a city with the drawing in heritage buffs, romantic flair, foodies, and artistic souls. There are certain things to follow in the city. Avoid cracking jokes on Hitler and Nazis, as it is a punishable offense. Jaywalk is illegal in Nuremberg. Do not walk in a bicycle lane. Wearing shoes while entering a home is not considered good and will create a wrong impression of you. Be very aware in a large crowd as pickpockets roaming around tourist destinations. Prefer to take credit and debit cards in spite of cash.