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Nuremberg Travel Guide

City Guide about Nuremberg with tips and reviews by travelers.



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8/14/2013
Overall rating: 8
General opinion:  Popularly known as the unofficial capital of Roman Empire and politically based in the Bavarian state of Germany, Nuremberg is a historical city which was established in 11th Century. Ranked as 14th largest city in Germany it is well developed with all infrastructural facilities. It holds many attractive sites which makes it a favorable tourist destination, the counts states that every year this place is visited by thousands of tourist from all over the country. With rich and vibrant culture it’s a happening city where one can witness various artistic works and amazing sculptures and various historic ... More monuments. There are many museums which unfolds the history of this region where one can visit and enhance their Knowledge base. When we talk about dining then you can enjoy delicious multi continental food and you can have Lebkuchen it’s a special cuisine of this place. Animal lovers can go for Nuremburg Zoo where they can look for various wild animals. It’s a cool Place to pay a visit.
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Overall rating: 6
General opinion:  Nuremberg is Franconia's largest city in the German state of Bavaria situated on the Pegnitz River.
The population of this modern city, as per demographic records of 2006 is 500,000, the total area of the city is 186.38 square km.
Nuremberg has changeable weather conditions, alternating between maritime and continental weather. It could be cold or warm, sometimes windy, sunny or rainy, or a combination of all this.
Nuremberg is still an important commercial, industrial, and transportation centre of Germany. The town is famous for its Christmas market, handmade ornaments, ... More rich delicacies and handmade toy manufactures.
Nuremberg's very good environment, affordable cost of living, continually improving child-care facilities, and a high level of security has helped families feel at home.  
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Hauptmarkt
 Landmarks and Historic sites
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Kaiserburg Castle
 Landmarks and Historic sites
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Frauenkirche
 Other attractions
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Toys Museum
 Museums
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Bibelerlebnishaus
 Museums
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Post SV
 Nature and sport
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Palace of Justice
 Landmarks and Historic sites
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Albrecht Durer House
 Landmarks and Historic sites
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Fountain of Virtue
 Other attractions
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Lorenz district
 Streets, Squares and Neighbourhoods
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Nuremberg Zoo
 Parks and gardens
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Christkindlesmarkt
 Other attractions
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Cartoon
 Nightlife

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