Apartment Hotels in Nuremberg
Nuremberg is one of the lesser known cities in Germany. And that is exactly the reason why it offers lots of treasures. Once guests in our apartment hotels in Nuremberg visit this neat city, they will enjoy the beauty of its old town and the great surrounding landscape – and the good thing about it: the main attractions are not that crowded by tourists, especially in peak seasons.
A neat city: Apartment Hotels in Nuremberg
Nuremberg is located in Franconia, which is in the north of Bavaria. Nuremberg is the second biggest city in Bavaria after Munich. Once guests in our apartment hotels in Nuremberg talk to people from this area, you will see that they have their own culture and mentality and distinguish themselves from the rest of Bavaria. Nuremberg is a city with a long history. For example, the first trains in Germany were running from Nuremberg to its neighbor city Fürth. Nuremberg’s landmark, the Kaiserburg (engl. Emperor’s castle), also has a long tradition and is a popular sight to visit for guests in our apartment hotels in Nuremberg. While the main parts of the complex were constructed in the 12th century, it took four more centuries until the whole complex was finished. Furthermore, Nuremberg’s old town is unique. Guests in our apartment hotels in Nuremberg can find timbered houses and beautiful gothic churches. The old town is circumvented by a medieval wall in the shadow of the Emperor’s castle. With the Nuremberg Card guests in our apartment hotels in Nuremberg will receive many discounts when visiting the city of Nuremberg.
Business travelers staying in our apartment hotels in Nuremberg
However, Nuremberg is not only famous for touristic purposes. It is also a city in which you can do business. On the one hand, the headquarter of the multinational company Adidas is located a couple of kilometres of Nuremberg, in the city of Herzogenaurach. Of course, the brand with the three stripes has a big influence on the local economy and employment. On the other hand, lots of banks and insurance companies have set up their tents in Nuremberg, which also makes it an important city in the financial industry. Business travelers in our apartment hotels in Nuremberg may also be interested in the sports brand Puma and the office equipment supplier Faber Castell, which also have their headquarters in Nuremberg. Furthermore, Siemens also established several divisions in the city of Nuremberg.
For more information check out our blogpost: Nuremberg – always worth a visit!
Image: Kaiserburg (Emperor’s Castle) in Nuremberg
Restaurants in Nuremberg
Nuremberg’s restaurants have a lot to offer to our guests in our apartment hotels in Nuremberg. Guests in our apartment hotels in Nuremberg can discover regional as well as international cuisine. We have some recommendations for you:
From fish to lamb – the exquisite menu has a lot to offer. We also recommend our guests staying in the apartment hotels in Nuremberg to taste the wine. The service and kitchen personell do excellent jobs. Highly recommendable!
Adress: Schottengasse 1
Tel: +49 911 989 88 70
Ratings: Google Plus
An American BBQ restaurant as you know it from the states – during weekdays there are also special deals. We really like this restaurant and hope our guests in the apartment hotels in Nuremberg do so too!
Adress: Nimrodstraße 10
Tel: +49 911 949 33 920
Website: Boogie’s BBQ
Doing groceries in Nuremberg
There are various supermarkets, bakeries, butchers, etc. in Nuremberg. If you want to prepare your home-made meal in the fully equipped kitchens in the apartment hotels in Nuremberg, you will have the opportunity to buy all the ingredients there. Still, if you want to get in touch with regional food, we highly recommend our guests in the apartment hotels in Nuremberg to visit the weekly market on the Hauptmarkt.
Weekly market – Hauptmarkt
From Monday to Saturday the weekly market on the Hauptmarkt is open from 7am to 8pm. You will be able to find anything of your choice – from fruits to regional meat. We highly recommend to bring home all the needed ingredients to prepare your home-made meal in the kitchen of your apartment hotel in Nuremberg.
Activities close to the Apartment Hotels in Nuremberg
For touristic purposes Apartment Hotels Europe recommends its guests in the apartment hotels in Nuremberg to benefit from the NürnbergCard, which is available for only 23 Euros. With this travel pass you receive entrance to all museums and it also includes free usage of public transport for 2 days. Nuremberg hosts 7 different museums – from historic and artistic to contemporary ones.
Visit of the Kaiser Burg (engl. Emperor’s Castle)
The Kaiserburg (engl. emperor’s castle) is the landmark of the city of Nuremberg. The complex was constructed in the 12th century and it took another 4 centuries till all the side complexes were built. Today, the Kaiserburg consists of three parts: the Emperor’s Palace, the City Fortress and the Count’s residence, which was massively destroyed in the beginning of the 15th century. We highly recommend our guests in the apartment hotels in Nuremberg to go to the Kaiserburg to enjoy the beautiful panoramic view over Nuremberg and to visit the interior of the complex.
Visit of the Deutsche Bahn Museum
The first trains in Germany were running between Nuremberg and its neighbor city Fürth. That’s why Nuremberg always had and still has an pioneering role in the arena of trains and railways. The Deutsche Bahn Museum is very impressive. We highly recommend our guests in the apartment hotels in Nuremberg to go there, even if they are no big fans of trains and railway systems. The museum shows the evolution of the railway and train industry in Germany in a very interesting way.
Visit of the famous Old Town of Nuremberg
We know from experience that Nuremberg’s Old Town is very popular to our guests in the apartment hotels in Nuremberg. Guests in the Derag Livinghotel Maximilian only live a stone throw away from the old town due to the great location of this apartment hotel in Nuremberg. In the old town the Hauptmarkt (engl. main market) is very popular. From there you will be able to visit the Gotische Pfarrkirche (engl. Gothic Church). From there, you will also be able to spot the Schöner Brunnen (engl. beautiful fountain). The 19 meter tall fountain is a replica of its original version, which was destroyed in 14th century. Still, it is one of Nuremberg’s landmarks and sights to see. For more information, guests in our apartment hotels in Nuremberg can visit our blogpost about the city of Nuremberg.