Bavaria’s second largest city, Nuremberg has long been the success and beauty symbol of Germany. Flourishing city during the 16th century through trade and artisans, the city is also renowned in the artistic sector.
Nuremberg hosts each numerous international trade fairs and conferences. Its toy fair, a worldwide reference, is the annual meeting point for all the professionals of the sector.
The city has a rich historic and cultural past. Nuremberg’s castle, built from the 12th century until the 16th century, has been one of the residences of the emperors of Germany until the second half of the 16th century. Moreover, Nuremberg has been the city of famous artists as Albrecht Dürer, great artist of the 16th century. Nuremberg has many museums as the well-known Germanic National Museum.
1. Frauenkirche (between 30 minutes und 2h)
2. Town Hall (2h)
3. St. Sebald Church (between 30 minutes and 2h)
4. Imperial Castle (between 2h and half a day)
5. Germanic National Museum (between 2h and half a day)
PLACES TO GO:
2. Tiergärtner Tor
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