Other bus parking places, such as the Grasersgasse or the Vestnertorgraben, can still be reached free-of-charge without a special permit. Here we have included an overview of all alternative bus parking places in the greater Nuremberg area.
Entry to the Augustinerstraße via Hallertor and use of the bus stop lane there is fundamentally prohibited.
We therefore ask you to use the bus parking places at the Vestnertorgraben or in the Grasersgasse.
Entry to the Augustinerstraße for mobility-impaired persons is only possible under the following conditions:
For buses with mobility-impaired persons access is possible in individual cases by means of a free access permit, as long as a booked tour service in the Old Town (city tour, visit to a museum or restaurant, stay at a hotel) can be demonstrated.
In case a city tour is booked, your city guide from the Verein der Gästeführer or Geschichte Für Alle will provide you with the access permit.
Please not the following obligatory regulations on driving through the Old Town:
- Tours which do not have the Old Town as their primary focus (for example tours to the Documentation Center Nazi Party Rally Grounds) should head for the bus stops in Grasersgasse or at Vestnertorgraben, if a short visit to the Old Town is desired.
- The shuttle service to the cruise ship harbor uses the pick-up and drop-off point in Grasersgasse exclusively.
- If several buses are used, mobility-impaired persons should be concentrated in one bus, so that special access can be reduced to a minimum.
- The bus arrives in the Augustinerstraße only at the specified pick-up time. Waiting there for guests is not possible.
Important Information for Tour Buses in Nuremberg
We are very pleased that you are planning a trip to Nuremberg.
Nuremberg Convention and Tourist Office
Phone: +49 (0)911 2336-0
Fax: +49 (0)911 2336-166
From Monday to Friday from 8 am to 4.30 pm. Please note that the application must take place at least four days before arrival! The special permit will be sent to you via e-mail and must be visibly displayed in the front window of the bus.