Nuremberg is the capital of Bavaria. Visit its castle, feel its ancient atmosphere and enjoy tasty food.Languages:
This walking one day tour of old Nuremberg is perfect. The walk begins at Frauentorturm directly opposite the exit of the underpass of the central railway station and runs along Königstrasse with its main churches and original shops. The footpath enters the church of St. Lorenz with its medieval architecture and the works of Adam Kraft - a contemporary of Albrecht Dürer. The path continues to the famous Nassau House through Hans Sachs Square to Holy Spirit Hospital and makes a beautiful loop through Schütt Island, the Pegnitz River, and Church of Katarina leads to the central square of Hauptmarkt and the bells of the Frauenkirche church and leads to Beautiful Fountain, where wishes are usually made. Then the walk passes near Rathausplatz and leads to the St. Sebald - Sebalduskirche gives an excellent lunch at Goldenes Posthorn Restaurant. After lunch, the path leads to the City Museum in Fembo house, Pellerhof, Museum Tucherschloss und Hirsvogelsaal, Imperial courtyard of Kaiserburg. It allows you to enjoy city views from Imperial castle Nürnberg. Further, the footpath will lead to the house of Albrecht Dürer, the home of Pilate, the gates of the Tiergärtnertorturm, and the courtyards of the breweries. We will meet The Toy Museum in Nuremberg, admire the executioner’s bridge, learn the story of the bagpipe, walk through the shopping quarter and end the day at the fountain carousel of family relationships and realize that everything is relative in this world.
Nuremberg for those who love walking around. I love to walk around the city and discover its stories, people, tastes, sounds, views. This walk takes a whole day and includes the most beautiful photo locations of the city. We will walk along the embankments of the Pegnitz River from the eastern to the western gates; we will be able to take beautiful photos near the Holy Spirit Hospital, the museum bridge, and the old meat market, the executioner's house, the chain bridge, and Maxbruck. We will leave the old city for a few minutes to enjoy the autumn park, enchanted by a crossbow shooter. We will visit the house of Albrecht Durer and find out the history of the most intriguing fake portrait in the history of humankind. We will have lunch at the oldest restaurant in the city and end our journey in the area of the red light district.
We start the walk from the Big Round Tower on the main street of the city, which leads to the old town through the courtyard of artisans and St. Lorenz Square, to the central shopping area of the town, where the largest Christmas market in Europe took place annually. On the way, we see the famous museum bridge, the monument "Ship of fools", dine in the tavern of St. Sebald and return to the beginning of the path through Schleifersteg and Charles Bridge.
A universal turn-by-turn route will quickly and cheaply bring you to the old city. You can use this route to get to the city center, to the train station and hotels in this part of the town. For those who like to travel by train and arrived at Nuremberg by flight, this route will help you to get to the central train station and, if you plan the train in such a way that you have 5-6 hours for the city, you can leave your baggage at the station in a luggage room and walk around the city.