Nuremberg travel guide

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You're Going to Love Nuremberg

Nuremberg will charm you from the moment you set eyes on the iconic red roofs of its Altstadt (Old Town). The city is home to a centuries-old tradition for baking delectable sweets and a thriving local food scene for you to sample as you explore. Nuremberg has played a key role in Germany's history, and today emerges as a vibrant modern city.

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When to Visit Nuremberg

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With a cool, temperate climate, summer is a popular time for tourist visits. The city is also extremely popular during the Christmas season due to its large Christmas market.

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Where to Stay in Nuremberg

The Hotel Elch lets you stay in a 14th-century house near the Kaiserburg, while the Hotel Marienbad offers a convenient location with modern furnishings and facilities.

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Shopping Streets

The city's shopping district is centered around Breite Gasse and Karolinenstraße, where you'll find large department stores and well-known brands. Some outlet stores are located in nearby Herzogenaurach.

Groceries and Other

REWE and Lidl are just two of the city's many supermarkets. A gallon of milk costs about EUR2.60 and a dozen eggs will set you back around EUR1.80.

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Where to Eat in Nuremberg

The Albrecht Dürer Stube is inspired by the medieval artist who was born in Nuremberg, and offers traditional regional cuisine starting at EUR6 for mains. For sausages grilled to perfection, look to the Bratwursthäusle, where mains start at EUR7.20.