Nürnberg

August 11, 2021

Nürnberg

Nürnberg is a city in Bavaria, Germany. Its population is about 1.3 million people. Duke Henry IV of Bavaria founded it in 1050 AD. It is one of the most popular cities in Germany. The city has four centers-Altstadt, Hauptbahnhof, Ludwigsburg, and the airport. It is the third-largest city in Bavaria, and it is known for its rich history.

Nürnberg, Germany

  • Nürnberg is known for its medieval castle, which dates back to the 11th century.
  • The city has plenty of museums and galleries, and you can visit them at your leisure. What is more, you can get a great view of the city from another one of its must-see landmarks-the towering TV Tower or Fernsehturm (TV Tower).
  • This city knows how to eat, and there are many restaurants and cafes.
  • Nürnberg is also home to one of the largest beer festivals: Oktoberfest.
  • It is a beautiful city with many historical landmarks to explore. The locals are very welcoming and are always willing to have a chat!
  • Nürnberg is also a place for shopping. It is home to many high-end boutiques, luxury shops and even some international brands!
  • The city has an excellent selection of nightclubs and other entertainment venues that are popular with locals and visitors.
  • There is a German-style beer garden at the Hauptmarkt that hosts live music every day. The Aktual club is a popular nightclub with DJs playing all sorts of genres and guests from all over Europe.
  • You can enjoy some leisure time in its many gardens or explore the city’s various museums, like the Max Planck Institute for Foreign Cultural Studies.

6 Comments

  1. Paul

    Interesting article. For a different group, how far is the Nürnbergring, the best road race track in the world, from there? thanks

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  2. Rev. Dean Rose

    I spent time in Nurnberg back in the 1960’s when I was in the U.S. Army and I loved it and had a ball at the October fest. It is true: the people there are all friendly and the beer was great; as well as the castles and churches too. I wish I was still there living among the friendly people.

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  3. Jake Schreiner

    There used to be an amazing fountain in the Nuremberg town square. We wonder why it was never rebuilt.

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  4. P M

    What’s wrong with you guys… again??? Population 1.4 mio??? Not even half of this!!! Most often you don’t get your facts straight…!!!

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  5. Jim Schoning

    What about the WW II Trials??!!

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  6. Andrea Daniel

    I lived in Germany from June 1979 – july 1983 in Ludwigsberg. I loved visiting Nuremberg. Such a beautiful city, especially around Christmas time. This is a city that was rich in history and culture. I bought many wonderful souvenirs, some of which I have lost over the years . The food was absolutely delicious. I would love to visit Germany some day again. My daughter was born in 1980 in nearby Bad Canstatt. Such wonderful memories.

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