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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...
Merchant's House, Patrician's Palatial Residence, Map Publishers, Museum - the City Museum at Fembo's House built between 1591 and 1596 at the foot of the Imperial Castle is many-faceted.
Merchant's House, Patrician's Palatial Residence, Map Publishers, Museum - the City Museum Nuremberg at Fembo's House built between 1591 and 1596 at the foot of the Imperial Castle is many-faceted. Nuremberg’s only surviving large late Renaissance merchant’s house has been serving as a municipal museum since 1953 and today invites you to embark on a fascinating journey through Nuremberg's...
Your mobile phone as travel guide Nuremberg to see, to hear and to marvel at – all offered to you by the new Tomis Audio Guide for Nuremberg.
Twenty attractions are waiting to be discovered by you, completely without city guide and with no time pressure. You can put together your very own city tour, according to your interests. All you need: our city map and a mobile phone. Website
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 Nuremberg Convention and Tourist Office - together with the German National Tourist Board and PLAYMOBIL - has created a new representative of the Reformation: Martin Luther as a miniature toy figure.
The major exhibit “The Early Dürer” in the Germanisches Nationalmuseum in 2012 was the first occasion for which the Zirndorf toy specialists from PLAYMOBIL and the Nuremberg Convention and Tourist Office (CTZ) worked together to create a specially-themed toy figure: The artist himself, Albrecht Dürer. This limited edition figure was not designed for general retail sale, but was available...
Rumba Catalana vor dem Kunstmuseum, Feuertheater in der Kirchenruine, Melancholic-Pop auf dem Hoteldach, weibliche Stimmakrobatinnen im Renaissance-Prachtbau – die Spielorte und Besetzungen beim Nürnberger Silvestival am 31. Dezember 2017 bleiben auch in der fünften Auflage überraschend.
Rumba Catalana vor dem Kunstmuseum, Feuertheater in der Kirchenruine, Melancholic-Pop auf dem Hoteldach, weibliche Stimmakrobatinnen im Renaissance-Prachtbau - die Spielorte und Besetzungen beim Nürnberger Silvestival am 31. Dezember 2017 bleiben auch in der fünften Auflage überraschend. Erst recht in einer Nacht, die traditionell wahlweise auf Böllerei und Party oder Fondue mit Freunden...
"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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