Nuremberg is an ancient German city, which is one of the best and most visited in Germany.
Nuremberg is famous for its old town, Christmas markets and cuisine.
Among the abundance of sights of the ancient German city of Nuremberg, shrines - churches, cathedrals, chapels and monasteries - stand out in a separate group.
In Nuremberg there are some remains of the medieval "underground city", some of which can now be visited.
People have been digging tunnels and basements in the rocks of Nuremberg since the 14th century.
There are enough accommodation facilities in Nuremberg - starting from budget guest houses and apartments, ending with 5-star hotels located both in the city center and more remotely.
Nuremberg is rich in sights and museums that reflect the centuries-old and heterogeneous history of the city.
Nuremberg is the pearl of Bavaria and bears the unofficial title of "Treasury of the German Empire", and its old town is considered one of the best in Germany.
The Nuremberg Transport Museum is one of the oldest museums of technical history in Germany; it consists of the Museum of German Railways and the Museum of Communications.
It has interactive exhibits, models and original trains.
The Historical Mile of Nuremberg is a tourist route that passes through the most significant historical sites of the city.
Most of the old city of Nuremberg is surrounded by a City Wall (Stadtmauer), which has entrance gates and defensive fortifications.
On Christmas Eve, Nuremberg hosts Christmas fairs, which are among the most beautiful and colorful in Europe.
The Pegnitz River is the city river of Nuremberg. The most famous part of the river flows in the old town of Nuremberg.
Embankments run along the river, historical buildings are located. Bridges cross the river. There are two islands on the river.
The Nuremberg Trials Memorial is a museum of the history of the Nuremberg Trials, located in the Palace of Justice in Nuremberg, in the room where the trials of leading representatives of the National Socialist regime took place.
The museum includes Hall 600, where the trials took place, and a permanent exhibition.
The Nuremberg State Theater is one of the largest diversified theaters in Germany.
The theater building is a complex consisting of old and new parts.
Nuremberg City Park is a green area in the center of Nuremberg.
The famous attraction of the park is the fountain of Neptune, which has an interesting history.
The Church of St. James (Jacob/Jacob, Jakobskirche) is an Evangelical Lutheran church in the historic old town of Nuremberg.