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The New Museum with its curved glass facade rises over the medieval city walls in the heart of Nuremberg. The handsome museum has received many awards for its striking modern architecture and is a venue for contemporary art and design.
The New Museum with its curved glass facade rises over the medieval city walls in the heart of Nuremberg. The handsome museum has received many awards for its striking modern architecture and is a venue for contemporary art and design. The art collection contains painting, sculpture and photography from 1945 to the present. Its main focus includes Eastern European artists, international...
- 8.5 Percent Increase in Overnight Stays Compared to 2017 - 10.8 Percent Growth in Overnights Stays by Foreign Guests - More than 2 Million Tourist Arrivals – A First
"This record result of 3.6 million overnight stays is a testimony to our work and affirms the success of the establishment of our Tourism Fund in 2010. With this important source of funding for tourism marketing, we were able to take the necessary steps to successfully position Nuremberg as a desirable city destination", said Yvonne Coulin, Managing Director of the Nuremberg Convention and...
With 3.219 million overnight stays in 2016, a 6.8 percent increase over last year, Nuremberg has once again achieved a new record result. The numer of arrivals - with 1.761 million guests and an increase of 4.4 percent - has also reached a new all-time high.
The Nuremberg Convention and Tourist Office (CTZ) is pleased with the continuing positive growth in tourism, which was sustained again in 2016. Overnight stays by guests from both Germany and abroad have increased at an almost equal pace. As in the past, Germany remains the most important market for Nuremberg, with 2.174 million overnight stays (+ 6.9 percent) and a market share of 67.5....
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:...
Top class festivals and exhibits enrich the cultural calendar in 2015. Concerts fill the churches with music almost every day of the year and the State Opera will continue its new production of Wagner's Ring tetralogy with the premiere of "Siegfried" and a lot of Open Air events will take place in Nuremberg.
Festivals to suit every taste The Blue Night" on May 2 offers art and culture all over town: 300 events, art projections and installations at 70 locations in the heart of Nuremberg celebrate this year's theme of "Freedom"! From May 8 to 17, 2015 the 19th International Figure Theater Festival will take place throughout the Erlangen, Nuremberg, Fürth and Schwabach urban area. Since 1997,...
"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...
One of the most notable and striking aspects of cultural life in Nuremberg is a wide spectrum of high-quality events, which are often available free of charge. Nuremberg boasts a flourishing festival scene: Events range from Rock im Park to the International Organ Week and Brückenfestival, from the Turkish/German Film Festival to NBG.POP - the largest club festival in southern Germany - to the International Figure Theater Festival. There is no richer festival landscape in all of Germany.
Yearly events hosted by the city's Cultural Office include the Blaue Nacht night of art and culture, Classic Open Air concerts, the Bardentreffen world music festival and Stadt(ver)verführungen , a weekend of discovery throughout the city. Special events include the one-of-a-kind Silvestival New Year's Eve party and the art gallery weekend RathausART which takes place...
Since 1994, the “Field of Experiences for the Senses” has amazed children. Between May and September each year, almost 100,000 visitors find things to smell, touch, taste, hear and see on the course on Nuremberg’s Wöhrder Wiese. And it pays to come again and again, because each year the Field of Experiences has a new topic to explore and the some stations of the 100 stations are redesigned to fit the new theme. This year's key topic is "Togehter".
How can you lift water with an Archimedean screw? Why do our eyes play optical tricks on our senses? How does it feel to walk barefoot on different surfaces? How can you “see” with your hands in the dark? Is the sound able to paint pictures? The “Field of Experiences for the Senses” in Nuremberg answers children’s daily why and how questions, encourages their imagination and lets them...
How did the Hohenzollerns govern, sleep and fight 600 years ago in Franconia and Brandenburg? Find out about this and much more besides from 23 June 2017 in the new exhibition “A castle and its lords. The Cadolzburg experience” at Cadolzburg near Nuremberg.
With an exhibition covering an area of around 1,500 m², one of the most massive castle complexes in Bavaria takes visitors on a journey back to the Middle Ages. On four floors of the Old Palace and in the entire main part of the castle, original objects, elaborate reproductions, dioramas and media stations document the various facets of life in a lords’ castle. The ...
For more than 300 years, the historic building of "Der Schwarze Adler" has been housing a restaurant. New chef René Steins combines fine dining with local and seasonal ingredients and a relaxed atmosphere.
For more than 300 years, the historic building of "Der Schwarze Adler" has been housing a restaurant. New chef René Steins combines fine dining with local and seasonal ingredients and a relaxed atmosphere. René Steins has been working as a chef for the past 20 years and got his experience by working in celebrated restaraunts worldwide. He gets his inspiration for the menues from the...
West Bowling Nuremberg has been offering leisure-time fun for more than 40 years. The game has become even easier through new technological improvements: 20 AMF lanes are outfitted with automatic gutters and modern scoring systems make every pin count.
West Bowling Nuremberg has been offering leisure-time fun for more than 40 years. The game has become even easier through new technological improvements: 20 AMF lanes are outfitted with automatic gutters and modern scoring systems make every pin count.
Expected September 2020 Germany’s largest marathon of tours invites you to get to know Nuremberg from a new perspective – and this for the 20th time.
This year, well-known personalities, artists, institutions, organizations, professional guides and people with special interests will again offer the public a peek at unknown places and subjects and will explore historical, current, exciting and entertaining aspects of a special year’s theme. All tours will be in German language! The program of the Stadt(ver)führungen 2020 will be...
The City Museum at Fembo's House presents the almost 1,000 year old history of Nuremberg in 30 minutes.
The City Museum at Fembo's House (Stadtmuseum im Fembo-Haus) now presents costly copies of the crown, scepter and orb of the Holy Roman Empire in an innovative new permanent exhibit entitled "Crown - Power - History". In addition to the reproductions of the imperial insignia, the exhibit displays vivid pictures and fascinating original objects. Speaking on a mulitmedia-guide, prominent...
Albrecht Dürer's House, which has recently been restored, presents in a new concept the living and working quarters of one of the most famous painter and graphic artist in art history, namely Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528).
In the painting and printing workshop, artistic techniques from the time of Albrecht Dürer are brought to life. An audio guide (available in six languages) guides guests through the four-story former home of Albrecht Dürer. Additional media stations illustrate the broad spectrum of Dürer's work. Or you can let his wife Agnes give you a personal tour through the historic rooms. The Dürer...
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
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...
September 17 to October 4, 2020 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...
Rock climbers have recognized the Altmühl Valley Nature Park as one of the most important climbing areas in Germany for many decades: After all, the cliffs in the Franconian Jura offer optimal conditions almost all year long.
Climbers love the many possibilities available in the Altmühl Valley. There’s the right route for every type of climber: Vertical rock faces, overhangs, fissures, small protrusions – Routes with Degrees of Difficulty from III to X can be found in the Konstein/Aicha, Dollnstein and Prunn/Essing climbing areas. Children and beginners can get their first experience at the “Asterix & Obelix“...
Each summer, the team of the Tafelhalle moves its stage out into the open air. Catherine’s Church creates an optimal concert atmosphere. Each year in June / July, the st. katharina open air takes place.
The st. katharina open air has taken place for more than 20 years and is therefore a permanent feature of the Nuremberg festival scene, drawing visitors from the entire region. The ruins are also a venue during the Blue Night and the Bardentreffen, which takes place at the end of the st. katharina open air. Magical place for open air concerts As the stage for the Tafelhalle open air...
Expected April 2020 The Easter Market on Nuremberg’s Main Market Square is the first market event of the year and has a long tradition in Nuremberg – it is the oldest market in the city.
At almost 100 booths, household goods, ceramics, textiles and items of daily use are on sale. Naturally, you’ll also find Easter items such as painted eggs, Easter decorations, books and more. The main focus of the market is tableware and household products, which is why the market is also called the “Häferlesmarkt”, “Häferle” being a German word for a ceramic mug. You’ll also find...
When you enter this shop near Nuremberg's market square, you'll find not only a breath-taking selection of beautiful and delicious cakes - you'll also be greeted with a smile. Because friendliness and personal attention are among the secret ingredients that make neef such a success. Of course, their flavors are also inspiring: Florian Neef conjures up masterful creations from the traditional and popular neef recipes and supplements them with new ideas.
When you enter this shop near Nuremberg's market square, you'll find not only a breath-taking selection of beautiful and delicious cakes - you'll also be greeted with a smile. Because friendliness and personal attention are among the secret ingredients that make neef such a success. Of course their flavors are also inspiring: Florian Neef conjures up masterful creations from the traditional...
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...
- Record of 3.3 million overnight stays, an increase of 3.3 percent compared to last year - Positive development of overnight stays by foreign guests, a gain of 8.4 percent - Growth in tourism arrivals of 5.8 percent, to a total of 1.8 million
“We are especially pleased with the latest overnight stays record, as it was unexpected, given that 2017 was the weakest trade fair year for the last 12 years,” said Yvonne Coulin, Managing Director of the Nuremberg Convention and Tourist Office (CTZ). In 2017, several international trade fairs which draw strong attendance – such as GaLaBau, Chillventa and BrauBeviale – had their off year....
May 2, 2020 Nuremberg and its art and cultural institutions – museums, churches and clubs – invite guests to enjoy a night of light shows, music and performances at the "Blaue Nacht®". The Blue Night is an innovative event created by Nuremberg cultural institutions that grows in popularity each year.
Since 2000, the Blue Night takes place every spring in the Old Town of Nuremberg. For this event, the historical Old Town is bathed in a sea of light, tones and dance. Houses, squares and courtyards are decorated with projected art. An exciting mix of modern art, impressive light installations, innovative performances and music in an historical atmosphere await visitors who love art and...
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...
On 1st September 1905, the newly-built Nuremberg Opera House opened its doors to the public with Richard Wagner’s “Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg”. The theatre quickly became a focal point of Nuremberg’s social and cultural scene. The impressive building, designed by the famous Berlin architect Heinrich Seeling, is situated close to the medieval city walls, which encircle Nuremberg’s old city. Internationally renowned singers, such as Enrico Caruso, Benjamino Gigli, Birgit Nilsson, José Carreras and Gwyneth Jones have all performed at the theatre over the years. Leading conductors, including Christian Thielemann and Phillippe Auguin have also been involved with the theatre as general music directors.
The theatre withstood the economic problems of the 1920s, but was damaged during the Second World War. In 1951, the theatre reopened with the approval and support of the Allies. Under Karl Pschigode, who held the post of general manager for nigh-on twenty years, the theatre quickly returned to its former glory, with the first German performance of Bernstein’s musical “West Side Story” being...
Nuremberg’s theatre tradition, which reached its first peak with Hans Sachs in the 16th Century, goes back to the time of the Middle Ages. In 1833, a theatre in the Lorenzer Platz opened, seating 1000.
After the destruction of this building in the Second World War, the Lessing Theatre was temporarily used as a performing venue until the new playhouse next to the Opera House was opened in September 1959. This was followed by the building of the chamber stage in 1962 and the “BlueBox”, much more recently, in 2002, as a platform especially for contemporary works. In 2010, after two...
Artistic quality and stylistic flexibility - these features represent the trademark of the Nuremberg Symphony. Since its foundation in 1946 the orchestra has been active in all kinds of musical fields: opera, operetta, oratorio, film and in particular the symphonic concert. No matter which genre - it makes music an adventure.
The entire world of music is covered in its programmes when performing at the Serenade Court during the summer season or at Europe's biggest Classic Open Air. A further centrepiece of its work is formed by the age-appropriate and interactive children's and teenager's concerts as well as new performance formats such as concerts for persons suffering from dementia. The year 1993 represents a...
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...
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? ...
There are people who believe that Nuremberg only gives lip service to its promise to be a city of peace and human rights. Thankfully there are others – especially a group for whom this message from the city is directed – who are not influenced by this criticism: children.
In 2007, the cornerstone for this trail was laid and over the years new children’s rights stations have been added, one at a time. The latest was dedicated in 2013 and is a sculpture on which children can climb entitled "Conquer the world with education". Through playful fun, children can learn more about Article 28 – the Right to Education. Colorful reminder of children’s...
The annual calendar of Fürth offers numerous travel occasions. Here you will find many events that offer you to celebrate and let go, to sit back and be amazed - to put it briefly: to be happy. In terms of music you will enjoy the " International Klezmer Festival ", the " New Orleans Festival " and the " Fürth-Festival ". You can find diverse cultural offers at the " International...
The fantastic mix of scavenger hunt, sightseeing and escape game. The hunt for the sly animal will lead you in small teams through the districts and is a thrilling challenge even for locals.
Your assignment Find the fox in the city of Nuremberg. Whether young or old, whether tourist, family, couple, friends or colleagues: on the trails, you are guaranteed to discover a completely new side of Nuremberg. Experience the whole city as your playing field as our technically elaborate designed clues can be hidden or integrated anywhere. You don't need an app to track down the...
The main residence of Nuremberg’s Philharmonic State Orchestra, which is not to be confused with Nuremberg’s Symphony orchestra, is the State Opera House in Nuremberg. The 86 musicians who make up the orchestra perform in the orchestra pit, often unseen by the audience, for operas, operetta and musical performances. Each musical season has a repertoire of approx twenty different musical works. The orchestra also performs approx eight concerts in the Meistersingerhalle and in the Opera House. Many well known soloists and conductors have worked with the orchestra such as the violinist Frank Peter Zimmermann and the pianist Bruno Leonardo Gelber. Recent conductors who would all gladly return to the podium of the Nuremberg Philharmonic have included; Ion Marin, Ulf Schirmer, Alexander Anissimov, Gerd Albrecht and Sir Edward Downes.
The orchestra’s history dates back to 1801, then known as the Nuremberger City Musicians performing at the Nuremberg National Theatre. A real pinnacle in the orchestras first ten years was the public première in 1822 of Weber’s “Freischutz” In 1833 the orchestra moved into the newly built “Alte Stadttheater” Old Town Theatre in the Lorenzer Platz. In 1905 the building in the Frauentorgraben...

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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...
At the Paradies Revue Theater, southern Germany’s only transvestite theater, glamour and glitter are at home.
At the Paradies Revue Theater, southern Germany’s only transvestite theater, glamour and glitter are at home. Daring, bizarre, sentimental, witty and always spiced with a shot of eroticism, artists from all over the world present a nostalgic tribute to the greats of revue and chanson. Each month the program features a new transvestite show. The theater, which was opened in 1978, has also...
In Nuremberg, the number of food trucks is particularly high - thanks to Klaus P. Wünsch, who, in 2010, turned his passion for food into a career and created one of the first food trucks in Germany: RibWich. His special sandwich bun is topped with smoked pork ribs and BBQ sauce with a choice of various toppings. There are two RibWich trucks traveling in Nuremberg and the area.
In Nuremberg, the number of food trucks is particular high - thanks to Klaus P. Wünsch, who, in 2010, turned his passion for food into a career and created one of the first food trucks in Germany: RibWich. His specila sandwich bun is topped with smoked pork ribs and BBQ sauce with a choice of various toppings. In the meantime are two RibWich trucks traveling in Nuremberg and the area. The...
The Tafelhalle was founded in part to give the independent professional dance and theater scene the venue they were seeking. Today, it is also an eclectic event and production center, which, as part of the KunstKulturQuartier, is funded by the city.
The programmatic orientation of the Tafelhalle is divided into three areas: Music, dance and theater. In addition, the venue hosts international festivals such as the International Figure Theater Festival, the European Children’s Theater Festival Panoptikum, the youth festival licht.blicke, the Human Rights Film Festival, the Turkey/Germany Film Festival, the Silent Film Music Days or the...
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...
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 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...
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