Get to know the medieval beauty of Nuremberg
Travel to the German city of Nuremberg, built in the valley of the river Pegnitz, under the enchanting medieval castle that surrounds it, with the charisma to charm visitors from all over the world. Being one of the most popular Christmas destinations, the warm atmosphere of the city, its hospitable character and its captivating beauty, will steal your heart from the first moment.
Start your walk among the cobbled streets and admire the special architecture of the place. Head to the Hauptmarkt wooden flea market and explore the small stalls with traditional products, souvenirs and gluhwein mulled wine
If you are there during the Christmas season, visit the famous Christkindlesmarkt, the festive paradise for young and old, try fruit coated with hot chocolate and find the Christmas spirit.
Discover German culture with a visit to the German National Museum and the city's famous Railway Museum. After completing this cultural journey, ascend to Kaiserburg Castle, which will give you the unique view of Nuremberg unfolding at your feet.
Nuremberg and “street gastronomy”
In all the cities of Germany you will find plenty of choices of meat dishes. However, Nuremberg is famous for its street food, with its wooden benches and traditional smells and delicacies. All its guests should try the traditional thin bratwurst sausage as they enjoy their side dish. Head to the Nuremberg Nightmarket and wander the Thai stalls, and the beer paradise.
The best season to visit Nuremberg
In the city of Nuremberg you can travel all year round. However, during the winter months the city does its best and waits for you to welcome together the spirit of the holidays with magical decorations and a carefree atmosphere.
How to move around Nuremberg
Transfer from/to Nuremberg
Nuremberg has an airport that serves flights every month of the year. You can find cheap tickets from Thessaloniki and Athens. From the airport you can comfortably head to the city by bus or taxi.
Wander around and explore the city center on foot. However, Nuremberg has an organized public transport network that includes buses, metro and trams and covers all destinations in the city.