Incidence-dependent openings in Nuremberg
We look forward to welcoming you back to Nuremberg soon!
As soon as the 7-day incidence in Nuremberg is stable below 100, the opening of outdoor gastronomy, cultural events as well as cinemas is possible from May 10. The same applies to the opening of hotels and tourist attractions from May 21.
Currently, however, the incidence for Nuremberg is above 100.
Questions and Answers about your Visit to Nuremberg
In our FAQ, we've gathered the most important questions and answers about your visit to Nuremberg during the coronavirus pandemic.
Reopened in Nuremberg
Nuremberg Zoo has opened again
Since April 30, the Nuremberg Zoo has opened its doors again and is looking forward to your visit!
Please take into account the prior online registration, the proof of a negative result of a PCR or POC antigen test (rapid test) for an infection with the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 made no more than 24 hours ago and the wearing of a FFP2 mask.
Dive into the impressive history of the second largest city in Bavaria and enjoy the amenities of a lively urban place. Discover how harmonious the interplay of historic buildings and modern architecture can be on a walk through the Old Town. Enjoy the culinary delights of a city with a century-long beer, sausage and gingerbread tradition.
Live history can also be found on the Imperial Castle, Nuremberg's grand landmark. With the historic Memorium Nuremberg Trials, a documentation center in Court Room 600 is accessible to illustrate what happened during the Nuremberg Trials.