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Over 5,000 wheat beer glasses, each at least 25 years old, from around 1,500 breweries can be viewed here. Moreover, a small wheat beer brewery was once located here.
Over 5,000 wheat beer glasses, each at least 25 years old, from around 1,500 breweries can be viewed here. Moreover, a small wheat beer brewery was once located here. In addition to glasses of every shape and decor, Walter Geissler's collection includes old labels, bottles, and (enamel) signs, as well as glass-making and brewing equipment. Plus a mini-micro-brewery in the basement!
On April 23, 1516, a new law for the Duchy of Bavaria was issued in Ingolstadt: One of its text passages held the basis for the "German Beer Purity Law". Thereafter, brewers were only allowed to use malt, hops and water to produce their beer.
In Nuremberg, in the statutes of the City Council, one finds a regulation that states that only barley may be used to brew beer: This was issued early in the 14th century in response to a local famine. The document says: "One should use no other corn to brew than barley alone, neither oats nor corn nor spelt nor wheat." Since the Middle Ages, "rotbier" has been brewed in Nuremberg:...
For centuries, Nuremberg has been an important city for brewing beer. Whether light, dark or the traditional red – you’ll find something for every taste here. The most famous and popular breweries are the Tucher Traditionsbrauerei, Hausbrauerei Altstadthof and Schanzenbräu. Linked to this beer tradition and a special highlight of the city are the historical rock cut cellars, which are cut up to four stories deep into the sandstone hill beneath Nuremberg. Today, as in the past, they are a cool storage place for tasty specialties made from hops and malt.
Nuremberg and Franconia – The Land of 1000 Beers! It’s not only Nuremberg that has a strong tie to beer, but also the surrounding region of Franconia. This area has the highest density of breweries in the world. In Upper Franconia alone there are more than 200 breweries! Pilsner, dark beer, smoked beer and “Zwickel” are only four of the countless beers that Franconia has to offer. The...
Tour for Groups in Nuremberg! 700 years of Nuremberg brewing history.
700 years of Nuremberg brewing history - Rotbier, Weißbier, Braunbier, Weizenbier, brewing in Nuremberg is a long tradition! For more than 700 years, beer has been brewed in the former Free Imperial City. In earlier times, brewing was controlled by the city’s brew masters and took place according to strict regulations "so that the common people, both the poor and the rich, could enjoy good...
Culinary expert Thomas Förster, owner of the legendary "Bratwurst Röslein" tells you how to prepare a tasty Franconian "Schäufele" pork shoulder. Ingredients (serves 4): 4 Schäufele: Cut from the pork shoulder bone-in with rind (let your butcher score the rind with a grid, or do it yourself with a sharp knife), each piece should have ca. 750 g raw weight 15 g salt 2 whole cloves 4 g pepper 1 bay leaf 4 g whole caraway seeds 1 clove of garlic 2 g majoram 50 ml vegetable oil 120 g onions 40 g carrots 40 g celery 10 g tomato paste 200 ml beer 50 g starch (corn or potato)
Preparation: Season the meat with salt, pepper, caraway and majoram. Peel the onions, wash the carrots and celery and cut everything into walnut-sized cubes. Take a deep roasting pan and heat the vegetable oil in it. Add the vegetables. Cook them evenly over medium to high heat, until the onions take on color. Add the tomato paste and cook for a short time. Add 100 ml water and reduce....

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Since 1859 family business in 6th generation for finest backed specials.
This traditional patisserie offers a wide range of breakfasts, tortes, cakes and other baked goods.
June 19 to June 23, 2019 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.
An interesting and diverse musical program by local artists, a wide range of culinary specialties and a lot of fun things for kids to do makes this festival a treat for the whole family. And there’s no entrance fee! More information about the Franconian Beer Festival (only in German)[Translate to Englisch:]
Why are bratwurst called bratwurst and what is special about Nuremberg gingerbread?How long have women cooked raviloi in Nuremberg and how much meat did the citizens of Nuremberg eat in the past?
What is meant by "the devil's kitchen" and what does the planer of the English Garden in Munich have to do with nutrition in Nuremberg? These and other questions will be answered during this tour - and to make it a feast for all the senses, there'll be things to sample. Dates: every Saturday, 5 pm (except on the weekend of Bardentreffen and on the Blaue Nacht) Costs: 18 € p. p. / 17 €...
Nuremberg's rock-cut cellars - early brewing tradition Homemade beer and the brewing tradition is the big theme at the start of this tour through the rock-cut cellars. The tour ends with a beer tasting and a visit in the craft brewery "Hausbrauerei Altstadthof".
The tour begins with a look at the rock-cut cellars, where guests will learn something interesting about the history of beer in Nuremberg. After the cellar tour, guests can sample a beer at the Hausbrauerei Alstadthof and learn more about hops and malt and brewing techniques. the tour ends with a visit to the whisky storehouse and the ProBIER Boutique. Here, guests will learn more about...
Nuremberg likes to call itself the "Home of Rotbier" although no one is certain if it was really someone from Nuremberg or a Belgian who first brewed a red beer. In Nuremberg, the original Nuremberg red beer has been brewed according to local brewing regulations since the Middle Ages. The special type of beer is bottom-fermented - slowly and at low temperatures.
The yeast then falls to the bottom of the kettle. Since 1530, a top-fermented "white beer" has also been brewed here. For top-fremented beer, temperatures between 15 and 20 °C are required and the yeast swims on the upper surface. In 1597 in Nuremberg there were 35 red beer and 11 white beer breweries and a city-run wheat beer brew house. Later, the number of breweries was reduced by law....
Where is the best place to enjoy a cool beer when the weather is good? When sitting outdoors in a traditional beer garden of course! There, under the shade of trees, sharing a toast with your friends and family is great fun.
What goes best with a cool beer? A Franconian snack, of course. Hearty treats such as bratwurst spread, obatzda cheese and a radish salad taste best in the fresh air.
The history of Nuremberg is inseparable from the history of beer. At the end of a tour of the historic underground rock-cut cellars and the Hausbrauerei Altstadthof, you can try a traditional Nuremberg red beer.
Tour an Underground Rock Labyrinth At the end of the 14th century in Nuremberg, there were more than 40 breweries for a population that totaled less than 30,000 people. A regulation from the city council required everyone who wanted to brew beer and sell it to have their own beer cellar for fermentation and storing of beer. It is this medieval law that produced today's historical...
The history of Nuremberg is inseparable from the history of beer. At the end of a tour of the historic underground rock-cut cellars and the Hausbrauerei Alstadthof, you can try a traditional Nuremberg red beer.
The history of Nuremberg is inseparable from the history of beer. At the end of a tour of the historic undergraound rock-cut cellars and the Hausbrauerei Alstadthof, you can try a traditional Nuremberg red beer. At the end of the 14th century in Nuremberg, there were more than 40 breweries for a population that totaled less than 30,000 people. A regulation from the city council required...
The beer assortment of the Hausbrauerei Altstadthof ties tradition to innovation At the Nuremberg Hausbrauerei Altstadthof, connoisseurs of select organic beers, gourmets and whisky fans can all find something to enjoy. In the brewery's own brew pub, restaurant and beer garden, the Engel family spoils their guests with delicacies from kitchen and cellar. These taste best after a tour of the historical rock-cut cellars, which where hacked out of the sandstone beneath Nuremberg's Old Town, so that the historical "rot beer" could properly ripen.
The beer assortment of the Hausbrauerei Altstadthof ties tradition to innovation At the Nuremberg Hausbrauerei Altstadthof, connoisseurs of select organic beers, gourmets and whisky fans can all find something to enjoy. In the brewery's own brew pub, restaurant and beer garden, the Engel family spoils their guests with delicacies from kitchen and cellar. These taste best after a tour of...
The Brewery Guide from nordbayern.de will help you discover the whole range of Nuremberg and Franconian beer culture.
With more than 300 breweries, Franconia has one of the highest densities of breweries in the world. Take a ramble through the land “where barley and hops bloom”! The brewery guide from nordbayern.de will help you to discover the fantastic variety of Nuremberg and Franconian beers. Go to Brewery-Guide
Hops, malt and the best whisky in Germany The beer assortment of the Hausbrauerei Altstadthof ties tradition to innovation At the Nuremberg Hausbrauerei Altstadthof, connoisseurs of select organic beers, gourmets and whisky fans can all find something to enjoy. In the brewery's own brew pub, restaurant and beer garden, the Engel family spoils their guests with delicacies from kitchen and cellar. These taste best after a tour of the historical rock-cut cellars, which where hacked out of the sandstone beneath Nuremberg's Old Town, so that the historical "rot beer" could properly ripen.
Hops, malt and the best whisky in Germany The beer assortment of the Hausbrauerei Altstadthof ties tradition to innovation At the Nuremberg Hausbrauerei Altstadthof, connoisseurs of select organic beers, gourmets and whisky fans can all find something to enjoy. In the brewery's own brew pub, restaurant and beer garden, the Engel family spoils their guests with delicacies from kitchen...
June 6-17, 2019 They have been celebrating their "Bergkirchweih" for over 250 years and, of course, a special festival beer, the "Bergbier" is part of that wonderful tradition.
The Bergkirchweih area is located in the northern extremities of the town of Erlangen and is roughly a kilometer long. It contains beer cellars, booths and rides - a huge Ferris wheel is the Berch's traditional landmark. This festival is going to draw thousands of visitors and changes the Burgberg into a place with music, beer and dancing. Enjoy the special charm of the Bergkirchweih with a...
At this Franconian restaurant in Gostenhof, there are not only all kinds of delicious foods, but a wide assortment of refreshing beers from small, regional Franconian breweries and the Nuremberg Tucher brewery
From Franconian Schäufele pork shoulder, to a classic juicy schnitzel, to tasty dates in bacon to vegetarian filled herbed crepes - there's no end to the Franconian treats on offer. At this Franconian restaurant in Gostenhof, there are not only all kinds of delicious foods, but a wide assortment of refreshing beers from small, regional Franconian breweries and the Nuremberg Tucher brewery....
Bratwurst Röslein is the world's largest sausage restaurant and is located next to the famous Nuremberg Christmas Market. It features a pleasant courtyard with a cozy beer garden.
Bratwurst Röslein is the world's largest sausage restaurant and is located next to the famous Nuremberg Christmas Market. It features a pleasant courtyard with a cozy beer garden. In the restaurant, 550 guests can find a place in four different rooms: The main guest room, the large and small Emperor's rooms and the traditonal "Waizenstube". In 1480, the Nuremberg bratwurst kitchen "Zu den...
Nuremberg has been an important brewing city for centuries; whether it is pale ale, dark beer or a genuine red beer - there is something for everyone's taste. Visit underground Nuremberg where fine specialties made from hops and malt are stored even today, and the small Old Town brewery where you are served home brewed beer and our own distilled spirits along with a Franconian "Brotzeit" (bread, cold cuts and cheese on a wooden plate).
In the Hausbrauerei Altstadthof, everything is inspired by beer and brewing. That's why the menu of the brew pub contains specialties using hops and malt. Reinhard Engel has given us an exklusive: One of his very unique recipes. We wish you lots of fun in the kitchen!
Ingredients (serves 4): 4 Argentinian Roast Beef (180-200 g each) Malt Crust: 50 g red or dark malt, milled to grist 70 g butter 50 g grated Emmentaler cheese 2-3 tablespoons bread crumbs chopped parsley salt and pepper side dishes: buttered boiled potatoes and green beans with bacon Preparation: For the malt crust, first beat the butter until it is...
In his Hausbrauerei Altstadthof, everything focuses in beer and whisky. But what culinary tips can Reinhard Engel offer beyond the topic of "liquid gold"? Read here which culinary delicacies in Nuremberg he thinks you shouldn't miss.
How would you describe Nuremberg in three words? Spicy, venerable and down-to-earth In your opinion, which culinary specialties does Nuremberg have that you can't find in other cities of its type? In addition to bratwurst, "Schäuferle" pork shoulder with dumplings, gingerbread and fresh, cool rot beer: Without these Nuremberg wouldn't be Nuremberg. What personal dining tip would...
At the Altstadthof Brewery, it's not only beer that has been produced from high-quality barley for the last several years: Master Brewer Reinhard Engel also distils excellent single malt whiskeys with great success.
After ripening in new barrels of American white oak, the unadulterated organic AYRER's RED is bottled by hand - no cold filtering, no color added. An AYRER's sherry-cask-finished and an AYRER's WHITE, which received a silver medal at Destillata 2013, are also part of the product range. More information
Palais Schaumburg has been around for more than 20 years. Its unusual and large selection of vegetarian and vegan dishes and a shady beer garden make it the perfect place to get together with friends.
Palais Schaumburg has been around for more than 20 years. Its unusual and large selection of vegetarian and vegan dishes and a shady beer garden make it the perfect place to get together with friends.
In the KulturGarten guests can find great grilled food, burgers and vegetarian treats as well as a selection of Franconian beers. Every Monday you can hear live music and Wednesdays a DJ.
In the KulturGarten guests can find great grilled food, burgers and vegetarian treats as well as a selection of Franconian beers. Every Monday you can hear live music and Wednesdays a DJ.
The irresistible scent of gingerbread, spices, mulled wine and roasting bratwurst fills the red and white rows of the Nuremberg Christkindlesmarkt. The culinary specialties on offer range from the famous Nuremberg bratwurst and gingerbread to Franconian beer to the largest “Feuerzangenbowle” in the world.
Nuremberg Gingerbread, Potato Pancakes and Bratwurst Nuremberg Bratwurst with their typical scent of marjoram can only be produced within the Nuremberg city limits and according to a specially-defined recipe. At the Christmas Market you will mainly find them as “Drei im Weckla”, three sausages in a white roll. In the sausage kitchens you’ll find near the market, they will be...
Nuremberg specialties and light meals, game and roasts as well as local fish and organic products are only part of the menu. The entire food and drink spectrum is tuned to the current season and modern and traditional cuisine. The beer garden with 170 seats welcomes you to relax, eat, drink and enjoy the fresh air during the warmer month.
The "Pille" is located in the heart of the Old Town near the main train station, so there's always something interesting to see. The beer garden is a perfect place to enjoy a cool brew and watch the colorful hustle and bustle on the street. After a bit of shopping or a tour of the Old Town, the Pille is the best place to sit down, relax and enjoy new interpretations of age-old Franconian...
The Karlsbrückla, once known as the Göckerla, has a long tradition. Home-cooded and yet in good style, you can enjoy Franconian specialties. Only specially selected regional ingredients are used; fine Franconian wines and beer make the pleasure complete. Whether hearty or light, there's something here for every taste.
At the Café im Atelier, you’ll find delicious homemade cakes – which are baked fresh each day – as well as specialty coffees and homemade cold beverages. Or you can enjoy a beer from a small regional brewery, while enjoying the view of the Imperial Castle and the Dürer House.
At the Café im Atelier, you'll find delicious homemade cakes - which are baked fresh each day - as well as specialty coffees and homemade cold beverages. Or you can enjoy a beer from a small regional brewery, while enjoying the view of the Imperial Castle and the Dürer House.
Whether you are looking for typical Franconian food, fresh salads or trendy modern meals, Gutmann offers something for everyone. A traditional beer garden beneath shady trees invites hikers and athletes from this local recreational area to stop and enjoy for a while.
Whether you are looking for typical Franconian food, fresh salads or trendy modern meals, Gutmann offers something for everyone. A traditional beer garden beneath shady trees invites hikers and athletes from this local recreational area to stop and enjoy for a while. In addition to the outdoor area, Gutmann am Dutzendteich also offers guests plenty of indoor seating, including three dining...
With the philosophy "typically Franconian with ambience", the Gaststätte Petzengarten invites you to enjoy yourself in a cozy atmosphere. The Petzengarten has been owned by the same family for four generations and offers a mixture of typical Franconian cuisine and international dishes. In summer, the romantic, quiet beer garden invites you to sit and enjoy. Relax under the trees, listen to the splashing of the fountain - it's a place to forget about life for a while.
Whether you take a short break, a cozy rest or celebrate a splendid banquet - enjoy the one-of-a-kind atmosphere of the Spießgesellen, located in the Baroque old city hall from 1612. Fine Franconian and regional specialties served by charming "campf followers" - sometimes you'll even meet an important historical figure: This is entertainment gastronomy for body, spirit and soul! The menu presents excellent specialties from Franconian and Southern German cuisine and beer and wine cellars.
In 2016, the 500th anniversary of the German Beer Purity Law will be celebrated throughout Germany. This general interest has inspired the Nuremberg Convention and Tourism Office (CTZ) to take a comprehensive look at culinary topcs and local cuisine. Typical food and drink of the region is currently trendy and surveys show that guests gladly and intensively take advantage of the wide spectrum of gastronomic offerings in Nuremberg.
The CTZ will use this topic as a marketing focus in the long term, in addition to its core themes of art, culture and events; shopping; the region; business; "an obligation to the past" and the Christmas Market. Once again, the CTZ has gathered together the diverse range of offerings in the city and will share informatione and create publicity - all concepts are developed in close...
The ensemble of the Waldschänke and its oak-tree-shaded beer garden in the middle of the forest surrounding Nuremberg is the city's highest(-altitude) restaurant. The main building with its striking wooden pillars and an old-fashioned tile oven, the wooden pavilion (today enclosed as the "Glass Palace") and the half-timbered gable is, like all of the buildings bulit in 1939 at the Nuremberg Zoo, a listed historical structure. Peter Noventa and his wife have continued the original style in the interior, with new Art Deco light fixtures that are a replica of originals from that time and chairs which are (mostly) genuine antique Thonet stools from the era.
The cuisine of the Tiergartenrestaurant Waldschänke is marked by quality and authenticity of the raw materials, spices, its simplicity and the honesty of the recipes. The role models for the couple are the mothers, grandmothers and aunts in Italian trattoria (the name Noventa comes from the Veneto region, the grandfather from Padua) and, above all, their own mothers and grandmothers (from...
The ensemble of the Waldschänke and its oak-tree-shaded beer garden in the middle of the forest surrounding Nuremberg is the city's highest(-altitude) restaurant. The main building with its striking wooden pillars and an old-fashioned tile oven, the wooden pavilion (today enclosed as the "Glass Palace") and the half-timbered gable is, like all of the buildings bulit in 1939 at the Nuremberg Zoo, a listed historical structure. Peter Noventa and his wife have continued the original style in the interior, with new Art Deco light fixtures that are a replica of originals from that time and chairs which are (mostly) genuine antique Thonet stools from the era.
The ensemble of the Waldschänke and its oak-tree-shaded beer garden in the middle of the forest surrounding Nuremberg is the city's highest(-altitude) restaurant. The main building with its striking wooden pillars and an old-fashioned tile oven, the wooden pavilion (today enclosed as the "Glass Palace") and the half-timbered gable is, like all of the buildings bulit in 1939 at the Nuremberg...

Schnepperschütz Location

The trendy Nuremberg beer garden. It's difficult to believe, but the building for this now popular beer garden was once public toilets.
In 2016, the 500th anniversary of the German Beer Purity Law will be celebrated throughout Germany. This general interest has inspired the Nuremberg Convention and Tourism Office (CTZ) to take a comprehensive look at culinary topics and local cuisine. Typical food and drink of the region is currently trendy and surveys show that guests gladly and intensively take advantage of the wide spectrum of gastronomic offerings in Nuremberg. The CTZ will use this topic as a marketing focus in the long term, in addition to its core themes of art, culture and events; shopping; the region; business; "an obligation to the past" and the Christmas Market. The medium-term marketing strategy of the Nuremberg Convention and Tourism Office is based on what Nuremberg has to offer and market research and trend scouting. This defines the yearly focus and core themes which are then supported by target-group-specific communication in national and international target markets. Once again, the CTZ has gathered together the diverse range of offerings in the city and will share information and create publicity - all concepts are developed in close cooperation with the hotel and restaurant association. A new strategic partner is also bringing its ideas: Since January 1, 2016, the Nuremberg Sausage Protection Association is working together with the CTZ.
Nuremberg Specialties When a question arises about Nuremberg specialties, surveys show that bratwurst and gingerbread are the absolute frontrunners. And rightly so, as these tasty tidbits grilled on a beechwood fire look back on more than 700 years of history ... and sweet "lebkuchen" were baked here by monks as early as the 11th century. Both delicacies have been awarded a protected...
The Tiergärtnertor Square is a favorite meeting place for young and old.
The Tiergärtnertor Square is a favorite meeting place for young and old. Enjoy the view of the Imperial Castle and the Albrecht Dürer House while enjoying a coffee or beer. The square is especially nice in summer, when you can relax and enjoy the sun.
At the Gaststätte Döllinger in Schaftnach there are Franconian specialties for every taste.
At the Gaststätte Döllinger in Schaftnach there are Franconian specialties for every taste. This is a place for the whole family to visit, with a special area for children to play. In summer, a large beer garden invites you to sit and enjoy nature.
"Allmächd, Albrecht!" – translated for non-Franconians: "O My God Albrecht!" – is the name of the program of the Happchen Obzada Ensemble, which can be seen in the culinary theater of the Altstadthof.
As the audience watches in suspense to see if Brewer Willi Deiffel and his daughter Franziska can survive the evil plans of Konstanze Schartnagel, the gastro team serves them a four-course menu and refreshing beer. Culinary theater with roast pork and beer Nuremberg without beer? Unthinkable. In the Middle Ages, the Nuremberg City Council was even required to keep citizens well supplied...
Café Wanderer and the Bieramt are located at Tiergärtnertor and – especially in summer – are a great place for young and old to meet.
Café Wanderer and the Bieramt are located at Tiergärtnertor and – especially in summer – are a great place for young and old to meet. Café Bar Wanderer serves coffee, cake, wine and delicious cocktails. If you're looking for Franconian beer, the Bieramt is the place. Enjoy a fresh and delicious local brew on a warm summer evening at the beautiful Tiergärtnertor square. Both have plenty of...

Annafest Location

The Forchheim Annafest takes place each summer around St. Anne’s Saint’s Day, July 26.
The Forchheim Annafest takes place each summer around St. Anne's Saint's Day, July 26. The festival usually lasts 11 days and takes place in the shady oak forest at the Kellerberg in Forchheim, where there are more than 20 beer cellars. Plenty of rides, 15 different Franconian breweries and international specialties guarantee a good time. More Informationen for the Annafest
Historic art bunker in the castle hill & Casemates and Water Supply Conduits. Explore Nuremberg's most impressive bunker from the Second World War and the water system and defenses from the underground.
The guides of the Förderverein Nürnberger Felsengänge e.V. will take you down into "Subterranean Nuremberg" and introduce you to places that have been there for centuries but are "hidden" beneath the streets of Nuremberg. Explore with us the medieval beer cellars and water conduits, the renaissance fortifications and the modern bomb shelters of this historic city. More information ...
Franconian cuisine - Classic recipes and culinary traditions An introductory cooking course for classic Franconian recipes: From bratwurst to Schäufele pork shoulder to apple fritters; from sauerkraut to horseradish.
The say that Franconians are a little different... and the cuisine is one-of-a-kind! In this cooking course, you'll get to know traditional Franconian food and drink and the secrets of Franconian cuisine. How do you make a perfect potato dumpling? What's the best sauerkraut recipe? And why is beer an essential ingredient in every Franconian kitchen? We'll cook Schäufele pork shoulder and...
As a died-in-the-wool Franconian and a Nuremberg native who loves his home town, Michael Höllerzeder has a few insider tips for visitors to the city. Take a look at what he recommends here.
How would you describe Nuremberg in three words? Germany's largest (and nicest) small town. In your opinion, which culinary specialties does Nuremberg have that you can't find in other cities of its type? Cuisine with a history: Bratwurst and gingerbread have existed here since the Middle Ages - virtually unchanged! What personal dining tip would you give a tourist who is coming...

Comödie Fürth Location

Anyone who wants some heartily laughter again should go to the "Comödie Fürth". Not only as a dream duo "Waltraud and Mariechen", but also in many other pleasurable roles the well-known comedians Volker Heißmann and Martin Rassau get their audience to smile and laugh. The program of the Comödie Fürth, which is located in the historic building called "Berolzheimerianum", also includes guest...
What does Nuremberg mean for Peter Noventa? What secret tips is he willing to share with tourists in Nuremberg? Find out where you should eat breakfast on Sundays and which "food cultures" make the city unique.
How would you describe Nuremberg in three words? Open-minded (Human Rights Prize) - history-conscious (Documentation Center, 1st city of Reformation, Dürer) - Metropolis In your opinion, which culinary specialties does Nuremberg have that you can't find in other cities of its type? "Sausage Culture", "Bread Culture", "Roast Culture", "Spice Culture" What personal dining tip...
No one can just walk by the creative, seductive display windows of the neef confectionary. The most delicious cake creations, tortes and - naturally - gingerbread always draw you in for a sweet snack with Mrs. Neef. The head of the house has one or two secret tips to offer... and not just for sweets, but also hearty treats.
How would you describe Nuremberg in three words? Magical, delicious, lively In your opinion, which culinary specialties does Nuremberg have that you can't fin in other cities of its type? Absolutely fresh lettuce, vegetables and asparagus from the farmers of the "Knoblauchsland". "Elisenlebkuchen" gingerbread and special types of gingerbread with unique spice combinations, fresh...
The big wide world of whisky In the care of whisky experts from the Gelbes Haus, dive into the exciting world of whisky. Learn more about this classic drink, how this golden liquor is created and the art of nosing and tasting. Afterwards, you'll sample several whiskies to apply your new expertise.
Let the one-of-a-kind taste of whisky - a blended scotch, bourbon and a variety of malt whiskies, for example - tease your tongue. A Franconian beer and snack round out the whisky tasting experience. Select your tasting of choice from a list of dates. All the seminars are aimed at both women and men who enjoy good whisky and want to know more about it. The tastings are also a good choice...
Nuremberg's most impressive bunker system penetrates almost 24 m deep into the castle hill. In the reconstructed cellar vaults Nuremberg's most valuable art treasures withstood the bombs of World War II unscathed.
Nuremberg's most impressive bunker system penetrates almost 24 m deep into the castle hill. In the reconstructed cellar vaults Nuremberg's most valuable art treasures withstood the bombs of World War II unscathed. It is hard to imagine Nuremberg without the famous works of art that decorate its churches and fill its streets and museums. The devastating bombing attacks of World War II...
A crispy Schäufele or fresh asparagus? Franconian farmer's brad or a casual evening drink? Bernhard Steichele has delicious tips for every day and season. They'll make your visit to Nuremberg something special.
How would you describe Nuremberg in three words? Home - family - friends In your opinion, which culinary specialties does Nuremberg have that you can't find in other cities of its type? A great mix of all kinds of different gastronomic and culinary restaurants, bars, traditional inns and pubs are all concentrated in the heart of the town. One can come as a guest to Nuremberg and...
September 12-29, 2019 In the middle of September, at the same time as the Nuremberg Old Town Festival, the Autumn Market begins. In addition to a wide offering of goods, there is plenty to eat and drink. Seasonal specialties such as new wine and onion tart are a must!
Franconians are famous for their culinary specialties. Whether bratwurst, beer, wine or home-cooked meals both light and hearty: In Nuremberg, we know how to enjoy food! You can try the delights of the local cuisine at the Nuremberg Autumn Market, which takes place each year at the same time as the Old Town Festival. At the end of the summer, the second-largest city in Bavaria transforms...
Where does a burger expert like to go to eat? What tips can he offer tourists to Nuremberg? Read here what Michael Groß thinks you shouldn't miss.
How would you describe Nuremberg in three words? Changing - hip - "gemütlich" In your opinion, which culinary specialties does Nuremberg have that you can't find in other cities of its type? On one hand, there are Nuremberg bratwurst and gingerbread, which I think everyone already knows. Nuremberg is a mecca for food trucks, which offer all kinds of delicious treats all over the...

Hempels Burger Location

Well-hidden in trendy Gostenhof, a small alternative neighboorhood on the edge of Nuremberg's Old Town, you'll find "Hempels" burger restaurant on Petra-Kelly-Platz.
Well-hidden in trendy Gostenhof, a small alternative neightborhood on the edge of Nuremberg's Old Town, you'll find "Hempels" burger restaurant on Petra-Kelly-Platz. Simple, rustic and cozy yet with a hip deco, owner Michael has made this restaurant his own. On the menu are burgers and everything that goes with them... that's all you need. The concept is simple yet persuasive:...
If you stroll from St. Sebald's Church to Nuremberg's main market square, you can't escape the delicious smell of Nuremberg bratwurst. The reason for this is the Bratwursthäusle, where original Nuremberg sausages have been grilled on a beechwood fire since 1312.
If you stroll from St. Sebald's Church to Nuremberg's main market square, you can't escape the delicious smell of Nuremberg bratwurst. The reason for this is the Bratwursthäusle, where original Nuremberg sausages have been grilled on a beechwood fire since 1312. In keeping with historical tradition, the Bratwursthäusle has its own in-house butcher shop, where bratwurst are produced fresh...
September 11 - 23, 2019 Exclusive to Nuremberg: Germany’s largest and nicest Old Town Festival! It features more than 60 free-of-charge events, including the traditional fishermen’s joust on the River Pegnitz, a wide variety of folklore programs and many musical events as well as the popular Hans-Sachs-Spiele theatre program.
Every autumn, the Nuremberg Old Town Festival draws guests to the Insel Schütt and Hans-Sachs Square. At both locations, stands, tables and an outdoor stage invite you to sit back and relax. The tradition-filled event is one of the most important festivals in Franconia. It celebrates local traditions and regional food. Franconian autumn specialties such as onion tart and newly-pressed wine...
Fränkische Schweiz - Franconian Switzerland - is tucked between the cities of Nuremberg, Bamberg and Bayreuth. It's easy to reach from the Autobahn A 9 (Munich - Berlin) and the A 73 (Nuremberg - Bamberg). And it's only a half-hour drive from the Nuremberg Airport. Caves, Castles & Culture These three things make Franconian Switzerland so special. Spectacular stalactite caves, more...
A warm "Grüß Gott" and "Welcome, dear guests" to the Höllerzeders, in the Albrecht-Dürer-Stube. You'll find this cozy restaurant at Albrecht-Dürer-Straße 6, at the corner of Agnesgasse, between Albrecht-Dürer's House and the Weinmarkt, near the church of St. Sebald in Nuremberg's Old Town. In this historical building, the Höllerzeders - as a small family business - have cherished the "cultural asset" of good food and drink for several generations.
A warm "Grüß Gott" and "Welcome, dear guests" to the Höllerzeders, in the Albrecht-Dürer-Stube. You'll find this cozy restaurant at Albrecht-Dürer-Straße 6, at the corner of Agnesgasse, between Albrecht-Dürer's House and the Weinmarkt, near the church of St. Sebald in Nuremberg's Old Town. In this historical building, the Höllerzeders - as a small family business - have cherished the...
Because we have a large family, this recipe is the perfect way to make everyone happy with a one-pot meal! And it always works...
Ingredients (serves 6): 1 carrot 1/2 leek 2 green onions 1 clove garlic 100 g celery 1 medium onion 300 g canned tomatoes, chopped 250 g brown sugar 330 ml dark beer 200 ml beef stock 250 g pearl onions 200 ml BBQ sauce (Bulls Eye Original) 80 ml maple syrup 400 g canned white beans 2 tablespoons salt 1 tablespoon freshly-ground pepper ...
Where does Sebastian Kunke go to eat when he gets hungry? What kind of culinary secrets is he willing to share? Take advice from an expert.
How would you describe nuremberg in three words? Authentic. Nuremberg is what it is with conviction and pride. Down-to-earth, honest and hardheaded. Multifaceted. Culturally and culinary, Nuremberg has a wide spectrum to offer. From the Germanische Nationalmuseum to the Bardentreffen, summer open-air cinema, the Documentation Centre to Rock im Park. Culinary it's the same: From...
The extensive greenbelt with shady trees and an idyllic riverbank with frequent park benches and grassy areas that are just perfect for a little relaxation.
Nuremberg, a compact city. From the Old Town, you can reach Wöhrder meadow in just a few minutes and relax after a strenuous day of shopping, in the office or at university. The lower Wöhrder Lake is a favorite recreational area for joggers, bicyclists and walkers, while the upper Wöhrder Lake is home to rare birds and plants. In summer, you can rent boats on the lower lake. You can reach...
Behind the massive city walls craftsmen traditions are still being cultivated in the small workshops. Pewterers, glass cutters, leather workers, gold and silversmiths, stained glass painters, gingerbread-makers, and a doll-maker offer their wares for sale and let visitors look over their shoulders while they work
Step into the Craftsmen's Courtyard and you'll soon catch a whiff of the delicious scent of Nuremberg bratwurst, gingerbread and other specialties of Franconian cuisine. The medieval feel of the narrow lanes, shops and half-timbered huts makes this little village within the big city a special attraction. If you look towards the Old Town of Nuremberg from the main train station, the first...
Spring Fair from April 20 - Mai 12, 2019 The fairs in Nuremberg are a traditional part of the local culture. Here, you can experience typical Franconian traditions. The Nuremberg Spring and Autumn Fairs are the second-largest in Bavaria and draw up to 2 million visitors to the fairgrounds on the Dutzendteich Lake.
When you want to experience Franconian culture, then you shouldn’t miss the Nuremberg Fairs. Along with the Christkindlesmarkt, which is the most famous event in the city, the Nuremberg Spring and Autumn Fairs are the most important folkloric traditions in the cultural life of the city. Both fairs take place next to the Dutzendteich Lake. In this pleasant atmosphere you can enjoy dance,...
The Gelbes Haus opened as a cocktail bar in 1989. Kirschner can still remember how he cleaned the entryway with a vacuum cleaner, broom and dust pan for the guests who were already waiting outside. Today, from Monday to Saturday, someone from the team or the owner himself gets the bar ready for its evening opening. On one hand, this has become routine; on the other hand, it is always...
At your cocktail course at the Gelbes Haus in Nuremberg, you'll learn all you need to know about the topic of cocktails and mixing them right.
Classic Cocktail Courses At your cocktail course at the Gelbes Haus in Nuremberg, you'll learn all you need to know about the topic of cocktails and mixing them right. Start off by learning more about the history of bars, how a proper bar is stocked and the tools of the bar-keeper's trade. You'll also learn more about why cocktails are served in many different glasses, which liquor fits...
Steichele has been located in Nuremberg since 1897. Here, the Steichele family serves traditional Franconian and light cuisine - whether in the historical restaurant from the 19th century, in the garden or in the cozy wine bar. All the products used come from selected suplliers and producers in the local area, which guarantees the freshness and purity of all the ingredients used. You can also enjoy, try and purchase specially selected wines from Franconia, excellent wines from South Tyrol and the Staatsweingut Rheinland-Pfalz as well as vintages from the family's own vineyard.
Steichele has been located in Nuremberg since 1897. Here, the Steichele family serves traditional Franconian and light cuisine - whether in the historical restaurant from the 19th century, in the garden or in the cozy wine bar. All the products used come from selected suppliers and producers in the local area, which guarantees the freshness and purity of all the ingredients used. You can...

Brezen Kolb GmbH Location

Those who stroll through Nuremberg will quickly notice that not only Nuremberg bratwurst is available on every corner, but also countless small pretzel stands scattered throughout the city. Although pretzels are not a Nuremberg specialty, the popularity of the tasty soft pretzels from the Kolb family pretzel dynasty have made a Kolb pretzel as popular a snack during a visit to Nuremberg as the local sausage in a bun.
Those who stroll through Nuremberg will quickly notice that not only Nuremberg bratwurst is available on every corner, but also there are countless small pretzel stands scattered throughout the city. Although pretzels are not a Nuremberg specialty, the popularity of the tasty soft pretzels from the Kolb family pretzel dynasty have made a Kolb pretzel as popular a snack during a visit to...
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