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Nuremberg is a city in the Bavarian region of Germany, and had for centuries served as the heart of the Holy Roman Empire. Much imperial castle, and the settlement expanded rapidly due to its key location as a trade node. The castle still dominates the city, offering a look back into Nuremberg's imperial past. Aside from the historic and cultural aspect of Nuremberg, there is enough for everyone to see and do, such as sprawling shopping streets, bustling cafes, and a thriving nightlife. Booking your ideal hotel in Nuremberg can be a stressful experience, however with Venere you can rest assured that you have found the right hotel for your expectations with the help of user-submitted reviews, hotel photo galleries, and our handy Google maps applet.

What's Nuremberg Like?

Nuremberg is a popular tourist destination as well as a romantic getaway, and there is history and culture waiting around every corner. One of the most iconic landmarks is of course the 11th century Kaiserburg Nurnberg (Nuremberg Castle), and offers a panoramic view of the city from its vast gardens. The Nuremberg Palace of Justice offers guided tours through its historic halls, and still to this day has many courtrooms in use. For the shoppers, outdoor markets and streets such as the Hauptmarkt (Main Market), and Kaiserstraße (Emperor's Street) offer all of the popular fashion labels as well as more specialty stores. The Christmas Handwerkerhof (Crafstmen) is a seasonal marketplace with hand made items, local food, and locally brewed beers.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Nuremberg

Summer in Nuremberg lasts from June to August, and the afternoon temperatures average at around 70° Fahrenheit, although unexpected heat waves in recent years have seen temperatures rise as high as 100° Fahrenheit, although this is not typical by any means. Nuremberg is a popular tourist destination with an educated population, most of whom will speak English. It is advised, as well as polite, to carry a German pocket reference book, or at least memorize one of two phrases such as "Sprechen Sie Englisch?" (Do you speak English?). While you are in the city, be sure to try out the local specialty, "Nürnberger Bratwürste", which is a type of bratwurst (roasted sausage) unique to Nuremberg. The main railway station in the city is the Nürnberg Hauptbahnhof, and offers regular services to other popular cities such as Berlin and Munich. Before you depart, be sure to check out our Google maps applet via the Venere website for a virtual tour of the area around your hotel.