Imperial CastleOne of the most important attractions in Nuremberg has to be the Kaiserburg castle. One of the oldest fortifications of the Old Holy Roman Empire it is a sight to behold. Inside you must look into the 47m Deep Well and climb the 13th century Sinwell Tower which offers spectacular panoramic views of the red roofed old town below.
Medieval tourYou could take a tour of the many churches and cathedrals around the city. All the denominations of Christianity are represented beautifully from the evangelical gothic basilica of St Lorenzkirche, to the Catholic Church of our Lady in the picturesque Hauptmarkt. Stroll down the Weißgerbergasse with its colourful artisan houses and grab a sausage or a piece of gingerbread for which the city is famous for.
Nuremberg TrialsThe city played a pivotal role in the Third Reich with the Nazi Party Rally Grounds being here. The infamous propaganda rallies took place between 1923 and 1938 and their history is documented at the old grounds, now a museum. The city also hosted the Nuremberg Trials in 1945-1946, where the political and military leaders of Nazi Germany were prosecuted for war crimes following the Holocaust. Still a working courthouse, the events that took place in courtroom 600 were influential in shaping the development of international law and many improvements in human rights.
AirBnB NurembergWhether you're here to admire the architecture or the artistry of the city's most famous son, Albrecht Dürer you might be thinking of an AirBnB Nuremberg for accommodation. Consider a cosy B&B from Bed and Breakfast Nuremberg for a traditional Bavarian welcome that you will not find at an unstaffed AirBnB Nuremberg. Don't be disappointed, opt for convenience, comfort and a tasty breakfast too!