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Budget hotels in Nuremberg
Pension Im Bett is a budget-friendly choice that is set 5 minutes' walk from Hiro Sakao. For a cheap hotel that's centrally located, you can try Best Western Hotel Nuernberg Am Hauptbahnhof near Women's Tower, which is 900 meters from the city center. Consider staying at a hotel near Gockelreiterbrunnen, such as the budget-friendly Hotel Prinzregent where prices start at 160US$. A1 Hostel Nurnberg is a humble choice with free private parking, darts and a free car park located a 5-minute walk from Langwasser Messe metro station.
Proximity to public transport
For travelers seeking easy airport access, Transmar Travel Hotel is a 30-minute walk from Bindlacher-Berg airport. Holiday Inn Express Nuremberg City - Hauptbahnhof is only a 5-minute walk from Hauptbahnhof metro station and has a tennis court, a sauna and a golf course. Guests wishing to stay near Main Nuremberg train station could think over A&O Nurnberg Hauptbahnhof or Intercityhotel Nurnberg.
Convenience of staying in the city center
Staying somewhere like Nh Collection Nurnberg City or Sheraton Carlton will put you in a central location. Fantastic Modern Apartment With Large Private Terrace and City Apart Nurnberg Altstadt are good apartments that will place you within a 15-minute walk of the city center. Those looking to spend some time in Weststadt district should head to Hotel Westend, which is close to St. Sebald.
For a hostel near Ruins of St. Catherine's Church, consider booking a room at Five Reasons Hostel & Hotel. Stay at Congress Hotel Mercure Nuernberg An Der Messe, a 4-star hotel, to be within walking distance of Reichsparteigelande .
Luxury and boutique accommodation
If you're looking for more luxurious accommodations, check out Novina Hotel Sudwestpark and Novotel Nuernberg Centre Ville, the 4-star property in Mitte district. The romantic Novotel Nuernberg Messezentrum is a 10-minute walk from Nuremberg Convention Center and offers an outdoor swimming pool, a sauna and a Jacuzzi. If you would like to experience impeccable service, consider Motel One Nurnberg-City, which is a 10-minute walk from the city center.
Apartments, B&Bs and others
Hotel Hofler is an affordable apartment for families located next to Reiterhof Tennenlohe, with room rates from 99US$. Apartments Untere Baustrasse is a standard B&B that is a 15-minute walk from Neues Museum. Langwasser Messe Nichtraucherhotel is family-friendly accommodation located within walking distance to Franken Center Nurnberg. For a relaxing vacation, book a resort hotel near DB Museum, such as Lorenz Hotel Zentral or Sorat Hotel Saxx Nurnberg.
“Nuremburg shines throughout Germany like a sun among the moon and stars,” mused Martin Luther about the great historic city.
For centuries Nuremberg was the closest thing the Holy Roman Empire had to a capital, because newly chosen German kings preferred to reside in at Nuremberg Castle. At the same time the city was home of science and invention and one of the most important trading centers in Europe. Nuremberg’s beautiful medieval architecture partly survived after World War II destruction. Walking the streets of the old town, you will easily imagine the Nuremberg of the times of Albrecht Dürer.
Nuremberg is best explored on foot. When you get tired of walking have a rest in the hotel. Book the cheap hotel in Nuremberg or the one with luxuries at Booked.net
Nuremberg used to serve as a stage for the Nazis activities. Hitler chose the city for its historical imperial fame to lavish his regime with more credibility. Thus the Nuremberg is closely associated with Nazism and its notorious dictator. To follow this horrible part of the world history, visit Zappelinfeld with the massive Zeppelintribüne where Hitler addressed the masses.
Sad reminder of the Nazi movement, it is still recognizable from the documentaries of those times. Being in Nuremberg you’ll have to see imposing Kongreßhalle (Congress Hall), the biggest edifice built during the Third Reich regime. Find out more about the Nazi crimes in Documentation Center, located in the north wing of the Congress Hall.
- Nuremberg Imperial Castle is one of the most important palaces of the Middle Ages. Built in 11th century, it used to house Emperors of the Holy Roman Empire.
- Heilig-Geist-Spital or The Hospice of the Holy Spirit was built between 1332 and 1339 and served for old and needy people. One of the largest hospitals of the Middle Ages, now is a municipal senior citizens’ home.
- Albrecht-Dürer-Haus presents the workplace and residence of Albrecht Dürer, the greatest painter and printmaker of Nuremberg.
- City Walls surrounding Nuremberg, used to protect the town for centuries. A brick wall was built between 12th and 16th centuries and still exists in the length of 4 kilometers.
- Schöner Brunnen or “Beautiful Fountain” was built between 1389 and 1396. Forty stone figures of this marvelous fountain represent the world-view of the Holy Roman Empire.
- Toy Museum exhibits all kinds of toys: dolls, railways, wooden and metal toys. It will be interesting for the kids and adults.
There is so much to see and do in Nuremberg. In addition to its numerous historical and cultural sights, the town celebrates a number of the events, such as Altstadtfest, the “Old Town Festival” in September. Processions and concerts, delicious food and drinks attract over a million people each year. In May and September you should stroll the streets of the Old Town and buy something vintage on the Germany’s largest flea market. From the late spring until the end of 2010 celebrate the events dedicated to 175 years of Railway in Germany. The first German train started its journey in Nuremberg 175 years ago.
One of the great historic cities of Germany, Nuremberg is a magnet for tourists. Visit the great town and stay at the best hotel in Nuremberg at the lowest price possible. Find the best offers from our vast database at Booked.net