In the basement of the old town hall visitors can visit this twelve-cell dungeon.
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
Imperial Castle - Kaiserburg
Visit the Imperial Castle – Kaiserburg in the historical city centre of Nuremberg.
Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528) moved in 1509 to Nuremberg where he lived and died.
Enjoy a tour through underground vaults with following beer tasting.
The "small city at the king's gate".
The churches in Nuremberg are worth a visit. You will be enchanted by its beauty and importance.
This museum is Germany's largest and also the National Museum of the Federal Republic.
The "Neues Museum Nürnberg"
The "New museum Nuremberg": a state-run museum.