The Imperial Castle and the artist Albrecht Dürer are names that are inseparably linked to Nuremberg, but beyond these, there are many other attractive sights to discover and explore: The picturesque Old Town with its ensemble of historical buildings, imposing churches and romantic winding lanes; the rock-cut cellars buried deep within the castle hill and – outside the Old Town – sights like the famous St. John’s cemetery or attractions like the Nuremberg Zoo. You’ll find some of the most interesting things to see and do here.
Former Nazi Party Rally Grounds and remaining structures: the unfinished Congress Hall, the main stand at the Zeppelinfeld and the Grosse...read more
Behind the massive city walls craftsmen traditions are still being cultivated in the small workshops. Pewterers, glass cutters, leather...read more
Constructed as a wooden footbridge in 1457.read more
The Imperial Castle atop the rocky promontory above Nuremberg was one of the most important fortified imperial palaces of the Old Holy...read more
Building begun about 1250. Originally built as a three-aisled basilica in the high Gothic style; later extended with an imposing late...read more
Built ca. 1385-1396 by construction supervisor and stonemason Heinrich Beheim. The 19 m tall stone pyramid rises from the octagonal basin...read more
Nuremberg's oldest city parish church was built around 1215 as a three-aisled Late Romanesque pillared basilica with two choirs. As early...read more
St. John's Cemetery is one of the most notable burial grounds in Europe. For example, Albrecht Dürer and Veit Stoß are buried here. The...read more
Whoever has experienced the wide variety and idylls of Nuremberg Zoo will come back again. The elegant movements of the dolphins and sea...read more
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With the NÜRNBERG CARD you have 2 days of:
√ FREE travel on ALL public transport services within Zone A
√ FREE entry to ALL museums & attractions in Nuremberg