The city has many shopping streets with famous brands. There are many sightseeings and all possible to reach by foot.
Spent most of the time visiting museums coz we bought the nuremberg card. The nuremberg card could be a great deal if you plan to visit multiple museums there.
You can make use of all public transports for free with this card. If you want something exciting, Nuremberg may not be your best choice.
We did a half day walking tour with our adult daughter which gave us the history of Nuremburg. It was very interesting and very informative.
The guide had pictures of Nuremburg pre and post WWII. We had a lovely lunch in town, trying the famous Nuremburg sausages. Then we headed to the rally grounds via bus. Again an amazing part of history. When we returned via tram to the train station, we walked through the markets. There were the regular vendors plus more for the Easter market. We would recommend visiting the old city. If we had more time, we would have explored the city more.
Visit the castle walk in and around get to the top was just amazing even in the gloom of winter, must be awesome in summer.
The kristingle market was on it was just perfect well worth going for what an experience.
Nuremberg has been at the centre of German history and culture for hundreds of years. It's a wonderful place to visit to come in close contact with its history and culture.
The city centre is still surrounded by the walls built for protection in the past, and must be walked around because there is simply so much to see at every step. The city does not pretend to hide its Nazi past and the marching grounds and conference centres have been turned into incredibly honest museums. A visit to them is an absolute must, as well as a visit to the Courthouse where the Nuremberg Trials took place. Unforgettable!
Wonderful, large old City Centre, such amazing architecture and excellent places to eat. Buy a bus-pass & zip around to see most of the extensive city , then come back & savour the Alt Stadt.
Some churches there have open services or musical events & be sure to walk along the river & cross its bridges. A beautiful , friendly city!
Nürnberg city center is a real MUST It is surrounded by a medieval wall and contains beside a castle many old and historic buildings.
There is a Spielzeugmuseum in the downtown, tickets is only 5 Euro, very interesting for family and solo traveler.
Nuremberg is an old city great sights, e.g. the Castle, Nuremberg Opera, Rail road museum and the Zoo.
A very old city with lots of history to see and to show for itself. Also a great blend of modern shops for all the needs of a modern day human being.
A journey to the Middle Ages? You can better make your way to Nürnberg. Meander through the historical city district and admire the thick city walls with 80 towers.
Continue your tour in the direction of the mediaeval Imperial Castle (Kaiserburg). It towers high above the city … so you cannot miss it. Nürnberg is also the toy metropolis. So make sure to stop by the Toy Museum (Spielzeugmuseum)! Here you will find no less than 1,400 m² of toys! The icing on the cake? There is also an enormous outside area where you can play to your heart’s content! Ideal for the playful both big and small! And if you are hungry after all that playing? Then sink your teeth into a Nürnberg Bratwurst. This banger is no bigger than your little finger, but it is delicious! Smeklich!
I love the Tiergarten Nuremburg. It is easy to reach by local transportation. The polar bears are famous.
The zoo is in the wooded side of a mountain, and is just beautiful.
Nuremberg is a classic city with old architecture. So if you like history, architecture, this is the place.
Lots of ancient cathedrals, old city walls, etc. etc. The rivers running through the city also make is picturesque, good for photography. there are also lots of outdoor restaurants in quaint cobblestoned streets which make for great afternoon tea sessions.