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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...
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...
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 dungeons are found in the cellar vaults of the Old Town Hall. They were set up in the 14th c. to serve as cells for prisoners awaiting trial or in custody until their execution.
The dungeons are found in the cellar vaults of the Old Town Hall. They were set up in the 14th c. to serve as cells for prisoners awaiting trial or in custody until their execution. The dungeons were used by the city of Nuremberg in the Middle Ages as a remand prison, The floor, ceilings and walls are lined with wooden panels. They were furnished with a bed, bench, a board as a table and a...

Raubritter Location

In the 600-year-old sandstone cellar of the Raubritter, one sets off on a fantasy-filled journey to the Middle Ages. On the culinary side, the restaurant offers "fine" and "hearty" food served from old-fashioned bowls. In order to eat on the plain oak tables, the guest has to descend into Nuremberg's underworld. This cellar previously housed a craftsman's shop, a wine cellar and a distillery. This atmosphere allows you to celebrate the old-fashioned way. A special highlight is a "knight's banquet".
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...
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...
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...
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...
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.
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...

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 ...
"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...
1498-1502 first built as a grain and salt storehouse; from 1572 imperial city weigh house and customs house. 1897/98 conversion to commercial shops and offices.
When city architect Hans Beheim demolished the inner Frauentor in 1498 (since ca 1250 the penultimate city wall had run along here), a granary was built into the former moat. It was the largest (84 x 20 x 29 m) of the 12 civic storehouses which guaranteed food supplies in times of crisis. The three-storey sandstone structure had a five-storey dormer bay in its gabled roof. On the narrow...

Toy Museum Location

Ever since the Middle Ages Nuremberg has been a city of toys. Today, the world-famous Toy Museum with its wealth of exceptional exhibits breathes new life into this great historic tradition over 1,400 m2 of exhibition space.
Ever since the Middle Ages Nuremberg has been a city of toys. Today, the world-famous Toy Museum with its wealth of exceptional exhibits breathes new life into this great historic tradition over 1,400 m² of exhibition space. Visitors are greeted by wooden toys on the ground floor. Dolls, exquisite doll's houses and optical gadgetry on the first floor provide an insight into the lifeworld...
Sophisticated yet honest cooking is combined here with a warm and friendly atmosphere. The cuisine created by Diana Burkel is a culinary delight of a special kind, without unnecessary frills. This philosophy is also reflected in the restaurant, which is simple yet cozy. Dark natural wood furnishings invite you to sit back and relax. In the summer, a new terrace welcomes guests with the same inviting style of the interior.
Sophisticated yet honest cooking is combined here with a warm and friendly atmosphere. The cuisine created by Diana Burkel is a culinary delight of a special kind, without unnecessary frills. This philosophy is also reflected in the restaurant, which is simple yet cozy. Dark natural wood furnishings invite you to sit back and relax. In the summer, a new terrace welcomes guests with the same...
The listed building from 1858/60 lies in an idyllic location on the 19th century Ludwig Canal in Nuremberg-Worzeldorf. The graceful sandstone house was made into a restaurant and small hotel in 1990.
The listed building from 1858/60 lies in an idyllic location on the 19th century Ludwig Canal in Nuremberg-Worzeldorf. The graceful sandstone house was made into a restaurant and small hotel in 1990. In 1999, Maria and Erhard Kunkel, the parents of Sebastian Kunkel, moved to Franconia and bought the Restaurant-Hotel Zirbelstube in Nuremberg-Worzeldorf. The couple brought a wealth of...
Andree Köthe from the award-winning restaurant Essigbrätlein in Nuremberg lets us in on the secret of one of his gourmet recipes.
Ingredients (serves 8): 2 large beets 250 g butter 3 bay leaves 80 g soft goat cheese 120 ml milk chili oil 8 tablespoons brown sugar 3 tablespoons caraway seeds 100 g pickled cucumbers 2 head lettuce 1 bunch fresh coriander 1 bunch chives 1 bunch fresh tarragon 1 bunch chervil stalks 0,1 l whipping cream 100 g onions 60 g goose or...
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...
Nuremberg's most impressive bunker complex from the Second World War: Securely hidden, deep in the rock of the castle hill, the most important art treasures of Nuremberg survived the hail of bombs of World War II unscathed.
Just after the beginning of the war, a storage facility with elaborate technology - the only one of its kind in Germany - was created to protect valuable works of art from fire, smoke, gas and looting. Safe from bombs, matchless cultural objects were kept in this one-of-a-kind salvage complex. They included famous Nuremberg artworks such as Veit Stoss's Annunciation from St. Lorenz's...
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:...
Master Trader of Nuremberg - Learn about the history of the hat maker’s craft. The Brömme Hat Museum shows you how hats are made. You can produce your own hat out of the materials at hand (hat bodies, hat trimmings, feathers and jewelry). The conformateur measures your individual head shape and width and the formillion translates the conformateur image into the full size head mold. You will enjoy the "orthopedic hat".
Learn about the history of the hat maker’s craft. The Brömme Hat Museum shows you how hats are made. You can produce your own hat out of the materials at hand (hat bodies, hat trimmings, feathers and jewelry). The conformateur measures your individual head shape and width and the formillion translates the conformateur image into the full size head mold. You will enjoy the "orthopedic hat". ...
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...
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...
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