|Airport of arrival:||Nuremberg Airport|
|Flight time from Istanbul to Nuremberg:||3 hours|
Franconia's largest city, Bavaria's second-largest and the unofficial capital of Franconia, Nuremberg, became extremely famous for its trials of Nazi officials for war crimes and against humanity. A typical German city, it is a place that you will want to include in your journey plans, possibly combining it with the trips to some other fascinating cities of the region: Munich, Stuttgart, Mannheim. If you are excited about traveling to dense civilization areas, look for some cheap flight tickets and start planning your journey even today!
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About the Airport
Nuremberg Airport is the one that you will fly to with us. It is located around 5 kilometers north of the city center of Nuremberg.
Inaugurated in 1955, the Nuremberg airport is the international airport of the region and the second-busiest airport in Bavaria after the airport in Munich. It reached passenger traffic of 4.5 million, making it one of the ten busiest airports in Germany. There is a variety of food options to pick from: a supermarket, fast-food restaurants, a bakery, cafeterias, bars, and canteens. You will have the opportunity to taste the local food here as well as some standard options. There is a free Wi-Fi connection available in all parts of the airport.
Transport from Nuremberg Airport to City Center
There are a few ways to reach the airport from the city center. The most convenient one would seem to be the train – it takes 12 minutes of traffic-free and comfortable time to get straight to the core of the city. If you are not a fan of the train you can still choose to travel by taxi, which is longer and more expensive though (~20 minutes, ~EUR20)
As for the car rental, there are some opportunities available at the airport, but you can also take care of it in advance of your trip.
In Nuremberg, public tranport is very easy and useful. There are many options for city trasport such as buses,subway and taxis to get around in the city. To use the public tranportation you have tickets. You can obtain these tickets from vending machines,at sale points or online.
If you are not on a budget, then you should find something in the city center. Otherwise, some distant locations will be just fine, as public transport in the city is well-developed.
It is recommended to take care of your hotel reservation in advance.
- Bretzel: Elsewhere known as Pretzel, you will see this super tasty and salty bread on every corner of Nuremberg’s streets.
- Lebkuchen: Lebkuchen is a Franconian gingerbread that you will fall in love with. Even though you can buy it anywhere in Germany, it is a definite must-try in Nuremberg, as its taste there is like nowhere else.
- Roasted Almonds: If you happen to be in Nuremberg during the very famous Christmas markets, you will be surrounded by the smell of delicious, salty roasted almonds. There are many variations of that tasty snack, be sure to try all of them!
- Griesklöschensuppe: This beef soup with semolina dumplings is said to be an excellent cure for all kinds of mild diseases.
- Carp: This local fish is usually served baked; you can also encounter the baked roe of the fish under the name „" In many European countries, it is considered to be the Christmas fish, and therefore you would find it on most of the tables in the last week of the year.
If you want to find out what to eat in Nuremberg, have a look at the Nuremberg Food Guide.
In the following subsections, you will find the essential information for planning the details of your trip.
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- Augsburg: 121km
- Munich: 149km
- Stuttgart: 156km
- Frankfurt: 188km
- Mannheim: 188km
The local climate is continental, with freezing Winters and somehow less intense Summers. We recommend visiting Nuremberg in the Summer or late Spring because that is when the weather is supposed to be the most preferable.
- Country Code: +49
- Ambulance: 112
- Fire: 112
- Police: 110
- Nuremberg Airport: +49 911 93 700
Places to see
Nuremberg has several historical attractions. Below, some of must-seen attractions of Nuremberg are listed:
The region's most fabulous castle, Kaiserburg, was one of the most important buildings of its kind, the forefront of defense, in the Holy Roman Empire, dating its origins to the 11th century. If you decide to take a walk uphill, you will be rewarded not only by the magnificent structures of this fortress but also with a great panoramic view of the old town that you will experience as the history speaks to you with the walls of Kaiserburg Castle.
Take a relaxing walk down Weissgerbergasse to feel the spirit of Nuremberg. With Albrecht Dürer’s House on one end, it is fully preserved, untouched by the horrors of war. The neat buildings that you will pass as you walk along will try to remind you of the history of the city.
Nazi Party Rally Grounds
This is one of these places that are worth visiting, if only for the sole reason to remind ourselves of the mistakes that we made in the past so that we hopefully don't repeat them in the future. It is not the most exciting site that you will ever visit, but the value of seeing it lies elsewhere.
St. Lorenz Church
St. Lorenz Church, a magnificent Lutheran gothic-style church, very well preserved and beautifully restored, will amaze you with its grandiosity and will attract you with its personality. The art inside of the church is astounding, and you will be fascinated by some of them, even if you are not an art freak in your everyday life.
Albrecht Dürer’s House
See the house that the great German artist occupied five centuries ago. Even though the house bears little resemblance to how it looked like in Dürer’s times, there are some very lovely expositions there that are worth seeing.
For the detailed information about Nuremberg’s attractions, you can have a look at the Nuremberg Travel Guide.
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Nuremberg is a beautiful, well-preserved city with a dynamic history and charming architecture. This is the kind of town that you will never have enough of.
As Germany lies in the Schengen area, all the Schengen area residents can enjoy a visa-free trip to Germany at any point. Non-EU citizens require a Schengen visa to visit Nuremberg.
Ideally, you would choose to go in the Summer, as that is when the weather is most exceptional, and your experience will be best.
Two to three days will be more than enough to make your stay the richest and most comfortable at the same time.
There is a travel card available in Nuremberg – the price is EUR28, and it gives you two days of free public transport and unrestricted access to all museums and sights. If you buy it online, it is sent by post, and we recommend that you take care of arranging it at least two weeks before leaving home. Otherwise, you can easily buy it once you are in Nuremberg, in one of the tourist information offices.
Nuremberg is considered a very safe city, with meager crime rates and a lot of police officers around, guaranteeing safety.
It is not the cheapest place that you will visit, but it is moderately affordable when you compare it to other bigger German cities.