Tourism Nuremberg

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  • 27/Jul/2022

Welcome to Nuremberg. A city where you can forget the modern reality and immerse yourself in the medieval architecture. Nuremberg (often Nämberch) is a major city in the administrative district of Middle Franconia of the Free State of Bavaria. With about 530,000 inhabitants, the city is the second largest city in Bavaria after Munich and is one of the 15 largest cities in Germany. The City is characterized by more than a thousand years old history, so you will find a lot to see and explore.

As part of the conference, there is the possibility of a guided tour of the city. Take part in this and discover Nuremberg!

Nuremberg is the largest city in Franconia. More than half a million people live here in lively urbanity - gastronomy, trade, living, culture, sports and work are mixed in the city districts. In addition, there are also several oases of well-being, quiet neighborhoods and many sights.

Sightseeing Attractions

The Castle of Nürnberg – Kaiserburg - The castle is located in the heart of the city and is the landmark of Nuremberg. In addition to visiting the exhibition rooms, you should also take the time to enjoy the view from the viewing platform over the city of Nuremberg.

The beautiful fountain - Schöner Brunnen - As one of the sights of the city of Nuremberg, the “Schöner Brunnen” belongs to the Historic Mile of Nuremberg. Built in 1396, it stands on the edge of the main market next to the Nuremberg City Hall. The Schöner Brunnen is about 19 meters high and has the shape of a pinnacle decorated Gothic church spire. A legend says that whoever turns three times on the golden ring of the well his wishes will be fulfilled. So don’t miss the opportunity to make your wishes come true. The beautiful fountain on the main market is not only particularly beautiful to look at, but also provides welcome refreshment. And it has a secret: whoever finds the Golden Ring and turns it, gets to make a wish.

Absolutely worth seeing is the medieval old town including the mighty imperial castle. Nuremberg Castle is the landmark of the city of Nuremberg. The earliest traces of construction date back to the time around 1000. After the severe damage caused by the air raids on Nuremberg in World War II, the castle complex was rebuilt in historical forms. In its historical character as a fortified building and imperial residence, it is one of the most important fortifications in Europe in terms of history and architecture. It is one of the most important art and architectural monuments in the city and is part of the Nuremberg Historic Mile.

The “Schöne Brunnen” (Beautiful Fountain) is another sight that belongs to Nuremberg's Historic Mile. It was built in 1396 and stands on the edge of the main market next to the Nuremberg City Hall. The myth of the brass ring seamlessly forged into the iron grid also has a legend. It is said to have come in this way: One of the rings is considered a lucky charm, according to a legend, whoever turns it will be blessed with children. Mostly the brass ring is considered to be the lucky charm, but many Nurembergers believe that the iron ring is the "real ring" and thus the lucky charm.

Old Political Party Ground - Dokumentationszentrum Reichsparteitagsgelände - The National Socialists turned Nuremberg into the City of the Politic Party Rallies. Today, the unfinished Congress Hall on the former Reich Party Rally Grounds houses the Documentation Center. On 1,300 m2, the exhibition "Fascination and Violence" deals with the causes, contexts and consequences of National Socialist tyranny. The focus is on the history of the Reich Party Rallies, which were used as massive mass events by Nazi propaganda to stage the "Volksgemeinschaft".


Deutsche Bahn Museum: Nuremberg takes you into the history of the railroad. The first city which had the first railroad line on German soil. The first railroad was named "Adler" and steamed in 1835 on the six-kilometer route between Nuremberg and Fürth.

Opernhaus: If you are ever in Nuremberg, you should not miss the chance to visit our state theater. The Nuremberg state theater is one of the large multi-specialty theaters in Germany. As the fourth state theater in the Free State of Bavaria, it emerged on January 1, 2005 from the former Städtische Bühnen Nürnberg.

City center: Like a triangle of fashion, lifestyle and luxury, Europe's oldest and largest pedestrian zone runs through Nuremberg's historic old town. Take a look around our beautiful city, far away from modern reality, and take time to shop for our typical Bavarian souvenirs.

Connected to the city center - our main weekly market - The main market in Nuremberg is a large and worth seeing square, where you can find, among other things, the City Hall, the Beautiful Fountain and the Church of Our Lady. There are also market stalls several times a week. The offerings at the large market stalls are largely interchangeable and come from their own region.

Munich - Oktoberfest: Since Nuremberg is located in the middle of Bavaria, you can also benefit from a visit to our beautiful neighboring city of Munich. Here, the world-famous Oktoberfest takes place every year, which has been part of the largest folk festival in the world since 1810. It starts on September 16 and lasts until October 3. With a one-hour train ride to Munich, you can combine your visit to Ipin in Nuremberg with a visit to the Oktoberfest.