Nuremberg is a city with medieval flair. There is a wealth of sights that bring history to life. These include the historic Kaiserburg Castle, the National Germanic Museum being the largest museum of German art and culture, Dokumentationszentrum and the Nuremberg Zoo.
The city centre is a great place for shopping. The subway is only 50 metres from the Mövenpick Hotel Nuremberg-Airport away and brings you directly from the north of Nuremberg to the city centre in just 12 minutes.
Nuremberg is famous for delicious gingerbread and sausages. And, not to forget, for the wonderful Christmas market taking place annually at the main market. Nuremberg is also home to toy and pencil makers such as Staedtler Mars, Stabilo and Faber Castell. It's also the city that set the scene for Wagner's opera "Meistersinger von Nürnberg" and was artist Albrecht Dürer's birthplace.
Further details about any points of interest in Nuremberg will be given to you by our staff directly at the Mövenpick Hotel Nuremberg-Airport.
Planetarium in Nuremberg
Besides the hotel’s fitness-centre and the bike rentals, sports-minded people will also find the local in- and outdoor pools, the golf course or the cart track near the hotel.
The Nuremberg State Theatre, the opera or countless museum are inviting you for cultural enjoyment. Or you might enjoy a concert by the famous Nuremberg Philharmonic or Symphony Orchestras.
Nuremberg is located right at the feet of the Franconian Jura mountains, which offer nature preserves and a large variety of sports activities, and is surrounded by the Franconian Lake District and the Reichswald Nuremberg.
Nuremberg with its historic old town is also the location for numerous events, such as Rock im Park, the Singer-Singwriter Festival or the Classics Open Air. Also noteworthy are the DTM race at the Norisring and cultural events such as the Blue Night Nuremberg, the historic city festival or the world famous Christmasmarket.
Nuremberg is a city with medieval flair. There is a wealth of sights that bring history to life. These include the historic Kaiserburg Castle, the National Germanic Museum, the Dokumentationszentrum and the Nuremberg Zoo.
The old town with its pedestrians area, which you can easily reach within a couple of minutes by underground, invites you for a day of shopping. Or you can visit the local shopping malls in Nuremberg or the factory outlets at close by Herzogenaurach.
Congresses are rising in importance for Nuremberg as an international trade fair location. The CCN and the Exhibition Centre Nuremberg offer superb surroundings for around 100 congresses and 50 exhibitions with 1 million visitors.