For more than 30 years the Meistersingerhalle has been used for almost every kind of event.
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
Historic city festival “Altstadtfest”
Each year more than one million visitors will lured to the historic district of Nuremberg.
Singer and Song-Writer Festival “Bardentreffen”
Bardentreffen: largest world music festival in Germany takes place in Nuremberg.
Rock im Park
"Each year the festival "Rock im Park", one of the largest rock events in Germany take place on the Zeppelin field in Nuremberg.
Franconian Beer Bash
Local breweries from Nuremberg, the Franconian hinterland and Nuremberg's twin towns are presenting themselves.
The Blue Night Nuremberg
Each year Nuremberg becomes blue for a night.
DTM – Norisring
More than 100,000 motorsport and Norisring fans: this is DTM in Nuremberg.
Classic Open Air
Nuremberg Philharmonic Orchestra and Nuremberg Symphony Orchestra in Luitpoldhain park.