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In the heart of Franconia lies Nuremberg – the medieval imperial city and cultural centre of northern Bavaria. Nuremberg was for more than 500 years the residence of the emperors of the Holy Roman Empire. Also, in 1835 the "Adler" was the first steam locomotive of Germany and operated between Nuremberg and Fürth. Important artists like Albrecht Dürer or Hans Sachs also lived in the Franconian stronghold in their private houses. In the time of the national socialism, Nuremberg became the "town of the Reichsparteitage", and here the Nuremberg Trials were held in the central law courts after the Second World War.

Nuremberg offers many places of interest like the imperial castle, the hole prisons or the imposing state theatre and many Gothic churches. Therefore, the Lorenzkirche and St. Lorenz should be on every tourist programme. Christkindlesmarkt should not be missed. Spend the night in cheap private rooms of Nuremberg and use the extensive cultural programmes of the medieval town. Some well known programmes are the fairs of Nuremberg Messe, the Bard's Meeting, the Rock in Park, the Blue Night or the German Touring Car Masteries at the Norisring. Find favorable private houses for your stay in Nuremberg.

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Nuremberg sightseeing

Albrecht Dürer House
Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528) lived during the Humanism and Reformation era and was one of the most important mathematicians and painters of Europe. His private house in the castle mountain shows his painting and printing workshop, where even today new modern artistic technologies are brought to life. Today, the "Feldhaase" (field hare), probably his best known watercolour, is to be found in the Albertina collection.
As the landmark of Nuremberg, the imperial castle skies high above the roofs of the city. The castle was home to all emperors of the Holy Roman Empire from 1050 to 1571. It is host to very impressive rooms as well as a big weapons collection and a deep water well which can be visited daily.
Nuremberg State Theatre
The Nuremberg state theatre belongs to the most beautiful theatrical sites of Germany. The theatre, which was established in 1905, is the place of the annual opera ball of Nuremberg. The opera is complemented by other stages like the studio theatre or the Blue box.
Schöner Brunnen (nice fountain)
The 19-metre-high stone pyramid appears like a steeple point which rises from a well into the sky. The "Schöner Brunnen" was built in the 14th century by Heinrich Beheim and carries the golden ring in its safety barrier. According to a legend, the turning of the ring brings a child blessing and luck.
In the Nuremberg craftsman's court, surrounded by towers and the medieval town wall: point potters, tin casters, glass grinders, leather bagmakers, gingerbread bakers and doll makers show their artisanry. The small town with wonderful half-timbered houses offers a good opportunity to try the Frankish food specialities.
The marriage carousel of Jürgen Weber can be found in front of the "Weißer Turm". The fountain shows the bittersweet married life from the passionate love through the living marriage quarrel ending at the deathbed. It is a mandatory place of interest at the end of the wide lane across you come from the Lorenzkirche.
The Nuremberg Christkindelsmarkt is one of the most popular christmas fairs of Germany. There are more than 150 merchant booths that sell christmas presents, gingerbread and other sweets. Enjoy mulled wine and other warm drinks at the biggest Feuerzangenbowle ("fire-tongs punch") of the world!

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