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Would you like to try a delicious Nuremberg sausage? Then make a stop at one of the city's bratwurst restaurants. There are the most traditional place to enjoy this little Nuremberg treat. But how do you recognize an original Nuremberg sausage restaurant? This checklist will help you identify the real thing:
The original Nuremberg Rostbratwurst must be cooked on a grill Only original Nuremberg Rostbratwurst made in-house or from a Nuremberg producer may be served The original Nuremberg Rostbratwurst must be served on a pewter plate or heart-shaped tin pan The original Nuremberg Rostbratwurst must be served with the classic side dishes: sauerkraut, potato salad, horseradish &...
In the classic bratwurst kitchens of Nuremberg, you won’t receive your Nuremberg sausages in a bun, but served on a pewter plate – some are heart-shaped – with sauerkraut or potato salad.
A rustic "brown bread" as a side dish is a must. How did this become tradition? In the era of Romanticism, artists and scholars visited Nuremberg, idealizing the city – and also eating sausages. It was at this time that the “age-old” tradition of serving Nuremberg bratwurst on pewter plates came into being.
24. September 2014 bis 29. März 2015 Das Stadtmuseum Fembohaus präsentiert die Sonderausstellung „9 cm Nürnberg. Eine Kulturgeschichte der Nürnberger Bratwurst“, die mit Objekten, Bildern und Dokumenten die wohl 700-jährige Tradition der Nürnberger Bratwurst illustriert.
7 bis 9 Zentimeter lang und 20 bis 25 Gramm schwer ist sie heute - Größe,Gewicht und Inhalt der Nürnberger Bratwurst sind streng geschützt, und siedarf nur aus der Pegnitzstadt kommen. Die Bratwurst verbindet wie kaumein anderes heimisches Lebensmittel Mythos und Realität, Vergangenheitund Gegenwart. Die "kleinen Nürnberger", gegrillt auf Buchenholzfeuer,gehören zu den kulinarischen...
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...
It’s 9 am at the Nuremberg Fair. Rides and food booths are still closed. Only a handful of showmen walk through the grounds. When I arrive at "Gigerlas Lössel", I receive friendly greetings from the employees.
The head of the restaurant, Peter Lössel, arrives in a moment and greets with a smile, welcoming me to his traditional tent at the Nuremberg Fair. I watch with interest the activity in the Gigerlas tent. While the rest of the fairgrounds seem still asleep, busy workers are scurrying about in every corner of the tent, preparing for the day to come: Some are sweeping, others putting up...
The specialty of the house, Nuremberg bratwurst, is fresh roasted daily on a traditional beech wood fire. As the oldest tavern existing in one place in Nuremberg, this restaurant has been awarded for its quality many times.
The specialty of the house, Nuremberg bratwurst, is fresh roasted daily on a traditional beech wood fire. As the oldest bratwurst tavern existing in one place in Nuremberg, this restaurant has been awarded for its quality many times. Everything served is created from fresh ingredients without manufactured products. The original Nuremberg Rostbratwurst are produced by Nuremberg butchers...
The latest from the bratwurst kitchen - Modern variations of a Franconian classic
A mid-day cooking course providing lunch and new recipe ideas for the Nuremberg bratwurst. Why is the Nuremberg bratwurst so small? Which spices create its fine yet hearty taste? At the lunch-time cooking course "The Latest for the Bratwurst Kitchen", you'll hear the most intersting stories about the local sausage specialty and discover modern recipe ideas using this classic Franconian...
Everyone knows the Nuremberg bratwurst are smaller than most, yet taste amazing. But why are they so small? We’d like to explore this question a little. There are a lot of theories and stories which hope to explain the size of Nuremberg bratwurst. We’ve picked out the best for you:
In the Middle Ages, the gates were locked at night. That’s why Nuremberg innkeepers found it very practical to have sausages small enough to pass through a keyhole. They could therefore serve guests during the evening and night. Another legend claims that the prisoners in the Nuremberg dungeons were served sausages by the guards. They bored an extra hole – in German the word is “Loch” – in...
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...
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...
A City Tour to "Sausage-Significant" Places Learn about the history of the Nuremberg bratwurst and get answers to questions such as: How long have the citizens of Nuremberg eaten bratwurst? Why are the sausages so small? Why are they always served in even numbers on a plate, but threes in a bun?
This entertaining tour ends as it should with "One on a fork". Where? Come with us and we'll show you! Meeting point: Tourist Information at Hauptmarkt 18, Nuremberg Price: Adults 10 €, children (14 and under) 1 € More information and dates of the bratwurst tour Grouptours: Price: 110 € German / 130 € English Duration: 90 Minutes Meeting point: Tourist...
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 €...
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...
The Nuremberg Sausage Protection Association was founded in 1989 and has the goal of protecting the quality, recipe and typical characteristics of "Nuremberg bratwurst" and "Nuremberg Rostbratwurst" which have a geographical origin from Nuremberg.
The Association also helps to promote the brand recognition and reputation of Nuremberg sausages. You can find lots of information about the history and origins of Nuremberg bratwurst at the website of the Nuremberg Sausage Protection Association . Have fun learning more about this local specialty!
You can enjoy Nuremberg bratwurst many ways, but one of the most popular forms can be found at almost every corner in the Old Town: "3 im Weggla".
What does this local name mean? Three small freshly-roasted Nuremberg sausages are placed in a hard roll ("Weggla") that has been cut in half – just add mustard and voilá: You have a hearty treat in your hand to enjoy as a snack along the way. Whatever you do in Nuremberg – don’t miss them!
Because we love our bratwurst in Nuremberg, there are many ways to prepare them. And I have never seen this style - sausages in a spicy broth - outside of Franconia.
Ingredients (serves 2): 2 medium large Spanish onions 1 l water 0,1 l Franconian white wine (Silvaner) 1 pinch of salt 1 teaspoon sugar 5-6 juniper berries 3 bay leaves 5 cl white 5% vinegar 12 raw Nuremberg bratwurst Preparation: Cut the onions in rings. Place 1 liter water in a pot with the Franconian Silvaner, salt, sugar, juniper berries, bay...
There's no doubt that he knows Nuremberg bratwurst better than anyone else. But where does he go to eat when he wants something other than sausages? Take a look at our culinary interview and see which personal tips Kai Behringer has for you.
How would you describe Nuremberg in three words? The largest village in the world. In your opinion, which culinary specialties does Nuremberg have that you canÄt find in other cities of its type? As the intersection of trade routes, Nuremberg was a transshipment point for spices since the Middle Ages. The wealthy Nuremberg merchants weren't called "pepper sacks" for nothing. This...
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...
Fine Franconian wines, the famous Franconian "Schäufele" pork shoulder, regional products like carp, Nuremberg bratwurst und specialties from the grill make the Herrenkeller one of the favorite addresses for both local regulars and visitors to the city of Nuremberg.
Fine Franconian wines, the famous Franconian "Schäufele" pork shoulder, regional products like carp, Nuremberg bratwurst und specialties from the grill make the Herrenkeller one of the favorite addresses for both local regulars and visitors to the city of Nuremberg. One reason is no doubt that the menu at the Herrenkeller successfully combines Franconian-tradition with new German cuisine....
The recipe of the Nuremberg bratwurst was first put into law by the City Council of the Free Imperial City of Nuremberg in 1313. From the very beginning, only the best quality ingredients ("sweinen lentpraten" - whole pork pieces) were allowed.
Because there was so little room for pig rearing within the city walls, animals were imported, sometimes from far away. When the local region could no longer offer the quality and quantity necessary, the city began to import from areas known for their pork production such as Bohemia, Poland and Hungary. In 1891, the largest slaughterhouse in northern Bavaria opened in Nuremberg. Today,...
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...
Nürnberg mit Genuss entdecken Nürnberg mit Ihrer Gruppe schmecken und entdecken! Mit einem kulinarisch-kulturellen Genießertag aus Stadtführung, Bratwurst-Kochkurs und gemeinsamem Lebkuchen Backen. Inklusive Kostproben, Mittagessen und kulinarischem Mitbringsel.
Nürnbergs Stadtgeschichte ist auch eine kulinarische Geschichte. Der "Nürnberg kulinarisch"-Tag startet mit einer Stadtführung durch Nürnbergs mittelalterliche Altstadt - mit spannenden historischen Anekdoten und einer Bratwurst-, Bier- und Lebkuchen-Verkostung. Mittags lernen Sie beim Kochkurs "Neues aus der Bratwurstküche" moderne Variationen des fränkischen Klassikers kennen. Beim...
Natürlich sind Bratwürste und Lebkuchen untrennbar mit einem Besuch des Nürnberger Christkindlesmarktes verbunden, aber es lohnt sich, auch mal Neues zu versuchen. Wie wäre es mit einer vegetarischen Version der Bratwurst oder dem leckeren Weihnachtsgebäck mit Goldüberzug, in der Geschmacksrichtung Chili-Zartbitter oder für Allergiker?
Dazu einen Glühwein in den Varianten Heidelbeere, Bio oder aus regionalem Streuobst? Für Kinder und Autofahrer gibt es natürlich auch eine alkoholfreie Version. Die jährlich wechselnde Sammeltasse nimmt 2016 Bezug auf die Spuren Karls IV. in Nürnberg und zeigt die Frauenkirche mit dem Männleinlaufen ebenso wie die Goldene Bulle oder das Motiv der Ausstellung im Germanischen Nationalmuseum...
"And now the Christkind to its market calls, and all who come are truly welcome!" These words ring out from the balcony of Nuremberg's Church of Our Lady each year on Friday before the first Sunday in Advent. That's when the Christkind opens Nuremberg's world-famous Christmas Market with its prologue. From December 1 to Christmas Eve, the market will be filled with the enticing smells of gingerbread, mulled wine and fresh-roasted bratwurst each day from 10 am to 9 pm.
First mentioned in 1628, the roots of the market most likely go back to the time of Martin Luther, when the tradition of giving children gifts on Christmas Eve was first established. From then until now, one can find traditional wares such as hand-made Christmas decorations and local culinary delights in 180 wooden booths decorated with charming red-and-white-striped roofs. The...

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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...
November 27 to December 31, 2015 The word Feuerzangenbowle (literally "fire tongs punch") cannot really be translated. And it is quite probable that, like bratwurst and sauerkraut, it will enter international vocabulary in a few years. Because more and more visitors from all over the world are discovering the largest "Feuerzangenbowle" in the world on the edge of the Nuremberg Christmas Market. This drink is exhilarating and typically German, just like the classic film , "Die Feuerzangenbowle", which is projected on screens all around the wooden booths.
The biggest "Feuerzangenbowle" in the world in NBG If a stroll through Nuremberg just before Christmas is too cold for you, then we warmly recommend the Feuerzangenbowle village. The 3,40 metre-high cauldron holds an impressive 9,000 litres, and all sorts of tasty snacks are offered to go with this cult drink that puts people in good moods. As well as hot red wine, spices, lemon and...
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....
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.
Let the local master of seasonal cuisine, Stefan Rottner, give you his private culinary tips for his hometown Nuremberg.
How would you describe Nuremberg in the three words? Personal, Franconian, Open In your opinion, which culinary specialties does Nuremberg have that you can't find in other cities of its type? As specialities, I see local Nuremberg products such as bratwurst and gingerbread, but also regional Franconian dishes such as "Stadtwurst" sausage, head cheese and "Schäuferle" pork...
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...
Naturally, a gingerbread baker only serves gingerbread for dessert, but what does Walter Heiselbetz seek out when he wants to eat something hearty? Learn the personal tips of the man who made a 85-meter-long gingerbread.
How would you describe Nuremberg in three words? Traditional, modern, colorful In your opinion, which culinary specialties does Nuremberg have that you can't find in other cities of its type? 1. Fine Nuremberg Oblaten-Lebkuchen - these can only be produced in Nuremberg 2. "3 im Weggla" (three bratwurst in a bun) or six with sauerkraut 3. "Schäuferle" pork shoulder with a dumpling...
Nuremberg's star-winning chef Andree Köthe would like to give you some personal tips for your visit to Nuremberg.
How would you describe Nuremberg in three words? In flavorful words: aromatic - hearty - delicious In your opinion, which culinary specialties does Nuremberg have that you can't find in other cities of its type? Nuremberg has a fitting food tradtition for each season: Asparagus in spring, bratwurst in summer, in autmn and winter gingerbread and mulled wine. What personal dining...
Everyone in Nuremberg has his or her own secret tips about the city. And Frank Mackert is willing to share his personal highlights with you. He knows not only typical Franconian gastronomy but also sets international influences in focus.
How would you describe Nuremberg in three words? Cultural - sporty - culinary In your opinion, which culinary specialties does Nuremberg have that you can't find in other cities of its type? That's easy: The bratwurst are too short! What personal dining tip would you give a tourist who is coming to Nuremberg? Is there something a visitor must try? My personal secret tip is...
What is special about Nuremberg and a must-see for a guest who likes to taste and enjoy? In our interview, Thomas Förster reveals his personal tips about eating and drinking in Nuremberg.
How would you describe Nuremberg in three words? Discover - enjoy - be amazed In your opinion, which culinary specialties does Nuremberg have that you can't find in other cities of its type? Naturally Nuremberg bratwurst, gingerbread and "Schäufele" pork shoulder with dumplings. What personal dining tip would you give a tourist who is coming to Nuremberg? Is there something a...
Around the Nuremberg Christkindlesmarkt you’ll also find a Children’s Christmas Market, a Sister Cities Market with specialties from all over the world, the “Feuerzangenbowle” party area, Christmas decorations, gift ideas and plenty to eat and drink.
Where Can I Find Prune Men, Crèches and “Rauschgold” Angels? Many guests at the Nuremberg Christkindlesmarkt prefer to stroll through the rows of booths with their red and white roofs and enchanting sparkling lights and experience the one-of-a-kind atmosphere with a cup of mulled wine and Nuremberg bratwurst. For visitors who are searching for something specific – whether it’s prune...
The picturesque half-timbered house was built in 1530 and has a long history as a tavern. In the historical ambience of this cozy inn, you can enjoy hearty Franconian cuisine, such as original Nuremberg bratwurst or crispy Schäufele pork shoulder and other home-made specialties. On pleasantly warm summer evenings, our beer garden invites you to sit back and relax. With a quaffable...
The Nuremberg specialty "Blaue Zipfel" is well known. Here Michael Höllerzeder presents a new way of preparing the world-famous Nuremberg sausages – one which I’m sure you’ve never heard of. Why not give "Nuremberg Winterzipfel" from Michael Höllerzeder a try!
Ingredients (serves 4): 0.2 l Christkindlesmarkt-Glühwein mulled wine 0.2 l water 0.1 l red wine vinegar 5 pepper corns 5 allspice corns 2 bay leaves 1 whole cloves 5 juniper berries, crushed 1 teaspoon coriander seeds 1 teaspoon mustard seeds 1 tablespoon honey 1 tablespoon sugar 5 finely chopped shallots Preparation: Bring all the...
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...
Read Volker Thiel's tips for Nuremberg tourists and hear what he thinks makes Nuremberg special.
How would you describe Nuremberg in three words? Loveable Franconian metropolis In your opinion, which culinary specialties does Nuremberg have that you can't find in other cities of its type? In addition to the well-known Nuremberg bratwurst, it is oven-fresh Schäufele pork shoulder, sauerbraten with gingerbread sauce and - in months with an "R" (September-April) - fried carp. ...
Born in Nuremberg, Diana Burkel has some good ideas about what to do in her hometown. For her, cooking is not just a job, it's a passion.
How would you describe Nuremberg in three words? Home - cosmopolitan - tradition In your opinion, which culinary specialties does Nuremberg have that you can't find in other cities of its type? Here, colleagues work together - for charity, for example. On one hand, you have a proud attitude about epicurean Nuremberg traditions, on the other hand, openness to new culinary ideas. ...
Begleiten Sie den historischen Wandererzähler Marco Kirchner im Schein der Fackel durch die weihnachtlich geschmückte Altstadt und lauschen Sie seinen Nürnberger Geschichten.
Hören Sie wie Rauschgoldengel und Zwetschgenmännla entstanden sind, warum ein Lebkuchen Kaiserlein heißt, welche Geschichte sich um die Nürnberger Bratwurst rankt und was es mit den Elisen-Lebkuchen auf sich hat. Treffpunkt: Tourist Information, Hauptmarkt 18, Nürnberg Beginn: 18.30Uhr Dauer: ca. 90 Min. Preis: 7 € Erw. / 4 € Kinder bis 16 Jahre Tickets: Kaufen Sie...
Bozidar Jug enjoys living in Nuremberg and likes to give his personal recommendations to tourists. You can read about his favorites here.
How would you describe Nuremberg in three words? It's always a new experience! Nuremberg has really evolved in the last few years and doesn't have hide in the shadow of any other large city in Germany. Nuremberg is a great place to live with a high quality of life. In your opinion, which culinary specialties does Nuremberg have that you can't find in other cities of its type? ...
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 word Feuerzangenbowle (literally "fire tongs punch") cannot really be translated. And it is quite probable that, like bratwurst and sauerkraut, it will enter international vocabulary in a few years. Because more and more visitors from all over the world are discovering the largest "Feuerzangenbowle" in the world on the edge of the Nuremberg Christmas Market. This drink is exhilarating...
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...
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...
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...
Peter Kolb is happy to recommend his delicious pretzels to every tourist. But you can also read his "can't miss" ideas for visitors to Nuremberg here.
How would you describe Nuremberg in three words? Likeable, delicious, down-to-earth In your opinion, which culinary specialties does Nuremberg have that you can't find in other cities of its type? Naturally our delicious pretzel.s What is unusual is that in our region, pretzels are flavored with fine-grained salt rather that the usual salt kernels. The advantage is that...
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...
Get on board of the red-white Mini Train and discover the Old Town up to the Imperial Castle. This tour is available in various languages.
Ridt with CityTour through the Old Town and the unique history of Nuremberg. From the main market square pass the Beautiful Fountain and head towards the Maxbrücke Bridge, St. Lawrence Church, the Hospital of the Holy Spirit and up to the Imperial Castle. Everything can be comfortably admired from the mini-train. In addition, you'll learn things worth knowing as well as humorous, quaint...
Besondere Kulinarik-Führungen, bei denen Nürnbergs Geschichte in Kombination mit kulinarischen Highlights entdeckt werden kann, sind eine wohlschmeckende Alternative zur klassischen Stadterkundung. Lokale Spezialitäten, klassisch fränkische Köstlichkeiten, diverse Getränke oder die Szenegastronomie - alles lässt sich unter Anleitung entdecken.
Warum heißt die Bratwurst eigentlich Bratwurst und warum darf die 7 bis 9 Zentimeter lange gebratene Köstlichkeit nur in geraden Stückzahlen bestellt werden? Was ist das Besondere am Nürnberger Lebkuchen? Für diese Fragen sind die Führungen "Rotes Bier und blaue Zipfel" und die "Bratwurstführung" genau das Richtige. Wer mehr Wert auf Insidertipps legt und Nürnberg anhand seiner...
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...
Oliver Kirschner and his Gelbes Haus represent, like no other establishment, the Nuremberg bar scene. You can read culinary tips from the bar owner and Nuremberg original here.
How would you describe Nuremberg in three words? Cosmopolitan, with humor and well-mixed In your opinion, which culinary specialties does Nuremberg have that you can't find in other cities of its type? Nuremberg cuisine is Franconian cuisine. It is popular for its meat dishes - whether it's the famous Nuremberg bratwurst, "Stadtwurst mit Musik" (local sausage served with onions),...
Am 26. August beginnt das Herbstvolksfest am Dutzendteich, und bis 11. September bleibt Frankes größter Biergarten geöffnet.
Rund 170 Geschäfte bevölkern den Festplatz, und mehr als 50 Ausschankstellen, Biergärten oder Imbissbetriebe offerieren kulinarische Spezialitäten. Nach dem Bummel über den etwa 100.000 Quadratmeter großen Festplatz hat der Besucher 1114 Meter zurückgelegt und dabei unzählige Gaumengenüsse passiert. Knusprige Grillhaxn, Hendl, Enten und Spießbraten warten im Festzelt und den...
Der Nürnberger Christkindlesmarkt im Jahr 2016 generierte 295.410 Übernachtungen – eine Steigerung von 7,8 Prozent zum Advent des Vorjahres. Rund 64 Prozent davon reisten aus Deutschland an. Die übernachtungsstärkste Gruppe aus dem Ausland stellten die US-Bürger dar: die 13.282 Übernachtungen bedeuteten eine Steigerung von 12,2 Prozent. Eine Zunahme von 58,6 Prozent katapultierte Italien von Platz Fünf auf Platz Drei der Gesamtstatistik, gefolgt von Großbritannien, Österreich, der Schweiz, den Niederlanden und Spanien. „Der italienische Feiertag Mariä Empfängnis am 8. Dezember fällt 2017 auf einen Freitag, dazu kommt das Flugangebot aus Mailand und Rom mit Ryanair – das lässt uns auf eine weitere Zunahme der italienischen Gäste hoffen“, stellt Geschäftsführerin Yvonne Coulin von der Congress- und Tourismus-Zentrale Nürnberg fest.
600 internationale Teilnehmer aus 43 Ländern hatten am 8. Mai 2017 beim Germany Travel Mart der Deutschen Zentrale für Tourismus bereits die Gelegenheit, einen kleinen, aber feinen Christkindlesmarkt im Innenhof des Alten Rathauses zu besuchen. Und kaum ein Gast versäumte es, sich mit dem Christkind am Fotopoint ablichten zulassen und die Bilder in die Welt zu posten. Erstmals besteht in...
Das Bayerische Staatsministerium für Ernährung, Landwirtschaft und Forsten und die Bayerische Landesanstalt für Weinbau und Gartenbau suchten im Rahmen der „Premiumstrategie für Lebensmittel“ die 100 besten Genussorte in Bayern, um die Einzigartigkeit und hohe Qualität einheimischer Produkte zu stärken.
Die Congress- und Tourismus-Zentrale Nürnberg stellte gemeinsam mit dem Schutzverband Nürnberger Bratwürste e.V. und dem Wirtschaftsreferat der Stadt Nürnberg die handwerkliche Tradition der Nürnberger Bratwürste und Lebkuchen als kulinarisches Erbe Nürnbergs heraus, was mit der Auszeichnung als einer der ersten 45 Genussorte belohnt wurde. "Ihre Orte, Gemeinden und Städte...
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...
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