The Goldenes Posthorn is Germany's oldest wine tavern (since 1498) and the former favorite pub of Albrecht Dürer and Hans Sachs.

For centuries, it has been praised and visited by kings, artists and savants from around the world. It has a wonderful location with a view of St. Sebald's Church. If you want to indulge yourself in a historical moment, order the original Nuremberg Rostbratwurst and a proper Franconian wine or something else that is typical for the region. The Goldenes Posthorn: Nuremberg, just as it should be! 

Key facts:

  • main dish from 7,50 €
  • seats inside: 170
  • seats outside: 90
  • adjoining room for 24 to 65 persons
  • next coach parking area: Vestnertorgraben (2 hours)