Nuremberg is most popular during late spring and summer, when the air is warm and outdoor activities, events and festivals are plentiful throughout the city. Early spring and late fall offer surprisingly good weather and fewer crowds. Cold winter weather encourages more indoor cultural pursuits, from museums to theatre. Those looking for winter adventure in the great outdoors can ski in the amazing Alps and Bavarian Forest.
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This upscale hotel is set in the heart of Nuremberg, close to historic sights, museums, parks and well-known shopping streets.
The Breite Gasse shopping mile offers an eclectic range of stores, from luxury retailers to traditional crafts and unique jewelry.
Nuremberg’s important Documentation Centre traces the evolution of the National Socialist (Nazi) party to understand how it happened and ensure it never happens again.
Most German cities create their own unique sausages. The Nürnberger Rostbratwurst is made from low-fat pork encased in lamb, measuring about 2-3/4 inches long.
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