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Food and Drink in Nuremberg

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More than another city in Germany, Nuremberg stands for culinary delights. While gingerbread is most popular during the Christmas season, the city's finger-sized sausages can be enjoyed all year long. Franconian specialties such as a crisy "Schäufele" pork shoulder or pan-fried carp are also worth a try. A cool beer from a small and privatley owned Franconian brewery is always the right accompaniment.

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[Translate to Englisch:] Stefan Rottner - Romantikhotel & Gasthaus Rottner, Foto:© Ute Wünsch

Stefan Rottner - Romantik Hotel Gasthaus Rottner

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Franconian Beer Festival

June 14 - 18, 2017

The Franconian Beer Festival takes place in the wonderful atmosphere of the Nuremberg castle moat. Forty local breweries serve more than 100 delicious types of beer.

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[Translate to Englisch:] Diana Burkel - Das Würzhaus, Foto: © Ute Wünsch

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[Translate to Englisch:] Sebastian Kunkel - Zirbelstube, Foto: © Ute Wünsch

Susanne Wagner-Kunkel & Sebastian Kunkel - Zirbelstube

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[Translate to Englisch:] Michael Groß - Hempels Burger, Foto: © Ute Wünsch

Michael Groß - Hempels Burger

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Nuremberg Lebkuchen (Photo: Lebkuchen Schmidt)

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