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Expected June, 2019 Dance on the green is the motto of this one-of-a-kind festival of electronic music, which takes place each year in the Marienbergpark in Nuremberg.
A large number of national and international DJs provide the sound track for this wonderful day. In addition to great electronic music, the guests can enjoy a diverse range of gastronomic offerings. More information about the festival[Translate to Englisch:]
June 22 to July 6, 2019 Each year in June and July, the St. Katharina open air concert series takes place in the ruins of St. Catherine’s Church in the heart of Nuremberg’s Old Town.
This festival features a variety of musical genres with national and international bands and solo artists from the jazz and classical worlds as well as folk, pop, indie and world music. Dance and theater performances complete the program. 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...
July 24 and August 6, 2016 Classical music by candlelight in a park, over a glass of red wine, cheese and grapes: What could be better? On July 24 and August 6, 2016, you can experience just that, listening to Nuremberg’s orchestras at the Classic Open Air.
Since the 950th birthday of the city in 2000, more than 100,000 music lovers make their way each year to the Dutzendteich Lake to enjoy the Classic Open Air in Nuremberg. On two evenings each year, the largest orchestras in the city celebrate a feast for the senses for the whole town. The Nuremberg State Philharmonic and the Nuremberg Symphony perform a musical program that runs the gamut...
July 21 and August 3, 2019 Classical music by candlelight in a park, over a glass of red wine, cheese and grapes: What could be better? In July and August you can experience just that, listening to Nuremberg’s orchestras at the Classic Open Air.
Since the 950th birthday of the city in 2000, more than 100,000 music lovers make their way each year to the Dutzendteich Lake to enjoy the Classic Open Air in Nuremberg. On two evenings each year, the largest orchestras in the city celebrate a feast for the senses for the whole town. The Nuremberg State Philharmonic and the Nuremberg Symphony perform a musical program that runs the gamut...
November 30, 2017 The traditional opening event to switch on the Christmas illuminations, and of the motto of the "Nuremberg illuminations", takes place every year at the Ludwigsplatz on the Thursday before the opening of the Christmas Market. Some 1,000 visitors are expected here.
The illumination is 10 kilometres long, has 325 Christmas elements and hangs in more than 40 streets of houses within the Old Town of Nuremberg. Thanks to this illumination, the streets of downtown Nuremberg have a very special and festive atmosphere. Date: November 30, 2017 Location: Ludwigsplatz, Nuremberg Beginning: 4.30 p.m.
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...
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,...
The Reichelsdorfer Keller is mostly known as a dance place and bar. Yet its restaurant is open for events with 25 persons and offers a limited, yet excellent selections of regional and Mediterranean foods. Quality and freshness of ingredients are very important and a new and varied menu is created each week.
Discover a truly extraordinary place: beautiful and prosperous medieval walled city, center of the Holy Roman Empire, cradle of the German Renaissance, Temple city of the Third Reich, and home to both the Nuremberg Nazi Rallies and Nuremberg Trials.
Tour Times: Jan - March: Wednesday and Saturday at 11:15 am April - December: Monday, Wednesday and Saturday at 11:15 am June - September and December also Friday 11:15 am Meeting Point: Center Entrance of the Nuremberg train station (Hauptbahnhof) Prices: Full Tour (4 h) - Old Town and Nazi Rally Grounds : €22/ €19 students (incl. lunch break) Old Town Tour (2 h): ...
The opening of the Art Villa in Nuremberg on May 24, 2014 will provide a new venue for regional art, closing a gap in the city’s museum spectrum.
The focus of the Art Villa is to research, present and interpret regional art history from 1900 on as well as to offer an overview of the contemporary art scene. This listed Neo-Baroque villa underwent a major renovation and redesign for its new use as an art museum. Broadly speaking, the Villa’s appearance has changed little from when it was built in 1894. Fortunately large sections of the...
Expected May and June 2019 The annual Mediterranean Film Days, which are organized by Mobiles Kino e.V. and take place in May and June, show films from the Mediterranean area in their original language with German subtitles.
From 1993 to 2013, the interior courtyard of the city library was the location of the Nuremberg Mediterranean Film Days. Since 2014, the film series is shown in the romantic inner courtyard of the Tucherschloss in the Hirschelgasse. The 10-day festival opens Nuremberg’s open air film summer with a southern flair und cinematic treats from the Mediterranean. Date: Expected May and June...
July 30 to August 24, 2019 The SommerNachtFilmFestival got its start in Desi, more than a quarter century ago. Today, the open air showings with their special atmosphere are an important part of the summer cultural calendar in Nuremberg, Fürth and Erlangen.
Watch a film next to lions and antelopes? Or rather in the shady courtyard of a stately home? Film classic or something Avant garde? Suspense or romance? During this traditional, almost four-week-long Nuremberg open air film festival, there’s the right location for every film that you always wanted to see, or see again. Dates: July 30 to August 24, 2019 Place: Nuremberg, Fürth,...
Once a month A great atmosphere, delicious food and the fun that new snack ideas brings - that's what the Nuremberg Street Food Market is all about. This event, which gathers lovers of creative cooking, takes place every first Thursday in the month in a relaxed setting in the PARKS Café and Event Location in the Nuremberg city park.
Whether you like something sweet or hearty, here you’ll find something delicious to nibble. Take a cultural and culinary stroll through the traditional and exotic cuisines of the world and discover authentic, exciting and wild culinary delights. Not just anyone can open a stand here. The vendors are chosen in an individual selection process and have shown that they have the right stuff...
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 ...
In the 17th century, Fürth became the town with the largest Jewish community in Southern Germany. In the "Frankonian Jerusalem" was the religious center of the region with several synagogues, a Hebrew printing house and Talmud schools. The Old Jewish Cemetery, numerous foundations and the Jewish Museum of Franconia testify to this today. Jewish Museum of Franconia The museum is...
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...
30. April to 2. October 2017 The summer season at the Tucher Mansion Museum begins from 30th April with a good match of boule and a picnic in the garden.
If you like a comfortable picnic in the garden to enjoy some brought meals and drinks on the Grass, the Tucher Mansion Museum with their picturesque Renaissance garden is the perfect place for it. You can borrow some garden furniture if you do not have a own picnic blanket. Furthermore you will find two boule alleys to play a relaxing game with your friends. Date : 30th April - 2nd...
The Cultural Information Office, located in the modern glass building of the Art Gallery and thus directly accessible along the route from the main train station to the City Center, provides information on the numerous cultural programs in Greater Nuremberg. Along with tips on how to spend your leisure time tickets for a large number of events can also be bought here. In cooperation with the Tourist Information Office and the Youth Information Services this is the ideal starting point for a journey of discovery through the Nuremberg cultural landscape.
The front structure for the Künstlerhaus (Artists' House): the Künstlerhaus, opened in 1910, was financed predominantly through private donations. The idea for the Art Club to have its own building, with spaces for exhibitions and events, discussed since the middle of the 19th century, had been realised with this building from the Wilhelmian period. In 2002 the front structure, a glass...
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...
Expected June 2019 Fans of Africa can once more experience its culture and lifestyle four days long on the meadows of the River Pegnitz!
The open-air festival takes place under the Theodor-Heuss-Bridge and shows visitors the various facets of the African continent. At the Africa Market, guests will find one-of-a-kind products from Africa and the world, such as artwork, masks, drums and clothing. There’s also plenty of food on offer! Enjoy African and other international dishes, Egyptian and Moroccan teas and many types of...
December 6 - 8, 2019 The Nuremberg offshot of the RETRO CLASSICS shows has become a historic and classic car hot spot in the region. The show presents high class categories of old- and youngtimer cars. Just before Christmas Nuremberg offers a side trip to the famous Christmas market.
The RETRO CLASSICS BAVARIA is taking place in Nuremberg. From December 6 - 8, 2019 the exhibitors will present old- and youngtimer, services and offers to car holders and mechanics. There is also an entertaining programme and special performances during the show. Informations: Opening hours: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Location: Nürnberg Messe More information and tickets for RETRO...
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,...
Not every hobby cook trusts themselves to prepare a dis with seafood: After all, not everyone knows how to cook mussels or other exotics. With this recipe from Frank Mackert, you'll learn step-by-step how to conjure up a successful seafood dish.
Ingredients (serves 4): 5 kg mussels in their shells Mullet (or seabream, seawolf or meagre) Passe-Pierre (Salicornia algae) One bundle of soup vegetables (carrot, celery, leek, parsley or parsley root) Fennel Crème fraiche Pernod Noilly Prat White port wine (to taste) White pepper Olive oil salt Preparation: Coarsely chop the soup...
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...
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...
What child doesn’t dream of sharing in the adventures of the PLAYMOBIL figures? Not very far from Nuremberg, in the city of Zirndorf, the PLAYMOBIL FunPark welcomes little knights, pirates and farmers the whole year ‘round. The park can be reached from the center of Nuremberg in less than 30 minutes … and if you travel with public transportation, you receive reduced admission.
The PLAYMOBIL FunPark spreads over an area of more than 90,000 m 2 . That’s the space of more than 10 football fields. Children between four and nine have a lot of space to play and run. And there is also a lot to discover for parents and tiny siblings in the large, nature-like park landscape. At the FunPark you can play, climb, balance, run and discover! When you arrive at the...
July 26 - 28, 2019 For the 44rd time, the Old Town will be a joyful stage for the Bardentreffen Music Festival. For four days music from all over the world will fill the streets of Nuremberg during the famous Bardentreffen music festival.
The Bardentreffen in Nuremberg might be one of the most charming music festivals in the world. It takes place once a year on various open-air stages in the Old Town of Nuremberg. The traditional date is the first weekend of the Bavarian summer school holidays – when it’s warm and many people are freed from their daily routine, but haven’t yet gone on vacation. The multi-cultural festival...
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...
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,...
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:...
When you’re counting the days to Christmas and each door you open on the Advent calendar brings more suspense, it’s time for a visit to the Nuremberg Children’s Christmas Market … It will make the wait just a little bit easier! A Special Experience for Families Since 1999, the Children’s Christmas Market at the Hans-Sachs-Platz has welcomed families with children to a place with a...
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...
Every two years the City of Nuremberg honours the achievement of a group of people or a single person, who have committed themselves to human rights worldwide, often taking a high personal risk with the International Nuremberg Human Rights Award. The winner of 2017 is the former military photographer from Syria "Caesar".
The photographer was hired to take pictures of corpses of Syrian soldiers and political opponents who died due to torture, diseases, malnutrition or excecutions. Shocked by what he saw, he managed, with the help of supporters, to smuggle 28.000 pictures out of Syria and published them in the internet in January 2014. The world was shocked about the proof of the brutality of the Assad regime...
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...
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...
- 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....
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