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Albrecht Dürer House

Nuremberg zoo

Germanisches Nationalmuseum


Discover Nuremberg – Become better acquainted with the „Treasure Chest of the German Nation“ on an individual basis!

The art & business hotel Nuremberg is an excellent starting point. The State Theatre / Opera House are in close proximity, as well as many museums and attractions. Also the castle is only a few minutes walk away.


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Art & Culture in Nuremberg

Nuremberg has not only a variety of museums, it has also the most beautiful opera house in Germany.


Immerse yourself in the distinctive atmosphere when the “Little town of wood and cloth” is ablaze with thousand of lights and the seductive aroma of gingerbread, grilled sausage and mulled wine is in the air.

Beautiful Fountain

A legend says who turns once the golden ring get three wishes and who turns three times the ring will get a lot of children.

Nuremberg Zoo

Old tree population, idyllic mixed forest and natural finish ponds makes the Nuremberg Zoo to one of the most beautiful zoos in Europe. 250 species of animals have their home here.

Church of Our Lady

The Gothic Frauenkirche is located on the east side of the Main Market and is one of the three main churches of Nuremberg. The seven Electors “Männleinlaufen” (mechanical clock, every day at noon) pay homage to Emperor Karl IV sitting on his throne.

St. Lawrence Church

The St. Lawrence church is a landmarkt of Nuremberg and is one of the three main churches. The “Star from St. Lawrence” a stone rose window and the imperial coast of arms welcomes the visitor on the west face of the building. The church is filled with meaningful artworks and one of the largest organ of the world.

Imperial Castle

The Imperial Castle is the town’s landmark. It was used in the Middle Ages by every emperor of the Holy Roman Empire. From the Sinwell Tower and the rocky promontory offers the visiter a panoramic view over the entire city.

St. John’s Cementery

When the roses bloom is the world famous St. John’s Cementery a charming place. You pass between flower-bedecked bruial plot the grave of Albrecht Dürer and Veit Stoß. Art histroical are the bronze grave panel, the Gothic St. John’s Chruch and the Holzschuher-Chapel from Hans Behaim.

St. Sebaldus Church

St. Sebald is Nuremberg oldest city parish church. Destroyed during the World War II and reconstructed in 1957. The prominetly reliquary shine cast in bronze by Peter Vischer located in the interior of the church.

Attractions in Nuremberg

Discover the cultural and historical attractions of Nuremberg.

Memorium Nuremberg Trails

The Memorium Nuremberg informed at the original site over the Nuremberg trails on part of the original dock from the “Courtroom 600” and convey a vivid impresion of the trails.

Toy Museum

One day in the toy museum is a memorable excursion in the past: Young and old marvel at precious doll’s houses and the worldwide most important collection of tin toys.

New Museum Nuremberg

The striking modern architecture is a venue for contemporary art, design and continually changing presentations of the collections.

Albrecht Dürer’s House

The massive half-timbered house presents the living and working quarters of one of the most famous painters and graphic artist in art history – Albrecht Dürer. Agnes Dürer takes you through the master’s house via an audioguide or “personally” in special tours.

Germanisches Nationalmuseum

The Germanische Nationalmuseum in Nuremberg is one of the largest museums of cultural history in the German-speaking world.

State Theatre & Opera House

The state theatre is one of the largest three company houses in Germany, employing over 500 people from over 30 different nations. The Opera House was build in 1905 and is one of the most beautiful theatre buildings in Germany.

Documentation Centre Nazi Party Rally Ground

The permanent exhibition “Fascination and Terror” deals with the causes, contexts and consequences of the National Socialist tyranny within an exhibition space of 1,300 qm.

Our lovely breakfast

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Sebastian via Holidaycheck

“Central location. Fantastic breakfast! The room was spacious and clean. Absolutely recommendable. Best hotel in Nuremberg for the price.”

Christiane via Tripadvisor

“Highly recommended for weekend trips! The hotel is right near the old town and the train station and so perfectly located. Parking no problem in the adjacent car park. The service is great and the breakfast makes visitors’ hearts beat faster!”