Cheap Hotels in Nuremberg
Property Location With a stay at A1 Hostel Nürnberg in Nuremberg (Sudoststadt), you'll be minutes from Congress Centre Nuremberg and close to Nuremberg Zoo. This hostel is within close proximity of Nuremberg Messe and Nuremberg Arena. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 41 guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms with showers are provided.#Pets not allowed Check-in time starts at 3 PM Check-out time is 11 AM
The smart Park Inn by Radisson Nuernberg sits just a block from the historic city centre, and is within walking distance of the central train station. The hotel’s RBG Bar & Grill restaurant serves classic dishes with a modern twist, and you can work out while looking out over the city from the fitness centre, which has a sauna. Colourful and modern, rooms include private bathrooms, individual climate control, LCD TVs with satellite channels and high-speed wi-fi.
Hotel Gerhard offers accommodation in Nuremberg. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. The property is only 3 underground stops from NürnbergMesse. The rooms come with a flat-screen TV. Every room comes with a private bathroom equipped with a shower, free toiletries and a hair dryer. Meistersingerhalle Congress & Event Hall is 1.4 km from Hotel Gerhard, while the Old Town of Nuremberg is 2.5 km from the property. The nearest airport is Nuremberg Airport, 7 km from Hotel Gerhard.
Hotel Erlenstegen is situated in the north-eastern part of Nuremberg, just a 10 minute drive away from the A3 motorway. Guests can enjoy the nearby Lake Wöhrder, which is only 850 metres away from the hotel. Featuring a desk, a TV and a private bathroom with shower and hairdryer, all rooms at Hotel Erlenstegen offer free WiFi access. Extras include bed linen and towels. Guests can enjoy the breakfast offered by the hotel in the morning for an additional fee. The Nürnberg Ost Train Station is only a short 5-minute walk from the hotel and it takes you to the Nürnberg Central Station in 6 minutes. From there you can easily reach the old town by foot, which offers a wide array of sights and museums, including the famous Nürnberg Market Square, The German National Museum as well as Albrecht Dürer's House. The Meistersingerhalle Congress & Event Hall is located 3.6 away from the property and the Nuremberg Airport is 5 km away. Free parking is available.
Situated just 2 km from Nuremberg Airport, Apartment Thomas offers free WiFi. The apartment is 3.5 km from Nuremberg city centre. In addition, the apartment features a TV and a kitchenette with a microwave. The nearest supermarket is 300 metres from Apartment Thomas. A selection of restaurants and cafes can be found within a 5-minute walking distance of the accommodation. The Imperial Castle of Numberg is 3.5 km from the apartment, and it is 8 km to Nuremberg Exhibition Centre. Free public parking is available at Apartment Thomas, and it is 230 metres to Nürnberg-Ziegelstein.
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Hotels in Nuremberg
Nuremberg is an historic city in the German state of Bavaria, in the south-east of the country. The city has an interesting, and at times tragic past, ranging from the glory of the Middle Ages to the horrors of Nazism.
However, Nuremberg has risen from the ashes and is now a modern city that still retains some of its old architectural splendour. Nuremberg hotels offer the perfect base from which to explore this enchanting place.
The Nuremberg Card
To showcase the kind of welcoming and fun place this city has become, its tourism board introduced a novel way to show their appreciation to visitors. Any tourist who spends at least one night in Nuremberg, or the neighbouring towns of Schwabach, Fuerth or Erlangen, can purchase a €21 Nuremberg Card.
The Nuremberg Card allows free admission to 49 museums and cultural attractions as well as free travel on all public transport. But it doesn't end there - the card also gives you 15% off purchases in several city centre shops and many theaters.
The Nuremberg Card is so good that you must start your day's sightseeing by getting one from one of tourist information spots in the city centre.
Nuremberg is famous for its Old Town (Altstadt) and this is where any trip to the city must begin.
After you've purchased your Nuremberg Card, head to the Castle Quarter to admire the numerous old buildings that make up this part of the city. A walk along the streets here is truly a journey through time. Fuell Street is an especial gem, with rows of sandstone houses that would have once been home to wealthy medieval merchants.
From here it's just a short walk to Nuremberg Castle, which dominates the city's skyline. The castle was built in 1050 and its interesting past makes the guided tour an extremely worthwhile endeavour. If you make it up here at sunset, you can enjoy the best views of this beautiful city.
A dark past
Nuremberg is all about its history and the seamless blending of the old and new. It is also laudable that the town has not tried to shy away from its more recent, tragic past. In the 1930s, the Nazis chose Nuremberg as the location for their yearly party rallies.
To exhibit Germany's power, Hitler planned a series of gigantic buildings to be built on the outskirts of the city. The only ones that were actually built, were the huge Congress Hall and the rally grounds.
The rally grounds are immense and are a great place to reflect on the horrors that were unleashed from here. Just a short walk away is Courtroom 600, the court where the Nuremberg Trials took place. There are excellent guided tours of the courtrooms, which are still functioning to this day.
Food and drink
After a day of climbing castles and sightseeing, you'll no doubt be feeling hungry. Luckily, Nuremberg has a great food and drink culture, with many regional specialities originating in the city.
Nuremberg Bratwurst is spicier than normal bratwurst and even more delicious. There are a number of food stalls along Königstraße, that serve up this tasty sausage for just €1. There are also many stalls and bars along the street serving refreshing glasses of local Bavarian beer.
If you are after a more formal dining experience, the Michelin-starred Essigbraetlin is in Weinmarkt and has a menu full of modern German delights.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Nuremberg
What are the most booked hotels in Nuremberg?According to our booking data, the most booked hotels in Nuremberg are Five Reasons Hotel & Hostel, Pension Im Bett and Hotel Fackelmann.
What are the most convenient hotel rates in Nuremberg?The cheapest price for a double room in Nuremberg is £26, offered by A1 Hostel Nurnberg.
What are the best hotels in Nuremberg near the center?dasPaul Hotel, Sorat Hotel Saxx Nürnberg and No Shoes Hotel And Green Bar are located in the central neighborhood of Nuremberg.
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