The old town of Nürnberg absolutely deserves a good, leisurely stroll. There are beautiful houses at almost every corner, a lot of interesting churches to discover and many pleasant spaces to rest. Come join us on our tour that passes some of these lovely places.
Nuremberg is a free city in the middle of Freistaat Bavaria.
If you think of Nuremberg, you will first notice the Christkindlesmarkt and the gingerbread. The historical old town and the buildings of the national social monument characterize the cityscape and make it unmistakable.
Underground walkways and tunnels really fascinate me. They often tell so many stories about life. That’s why I knew I had to go on a tour called „Historische Felsengänge“ (historical rock-cut-cellars of Nürnberg).
I don’t have an immediate association between Nürnberg and bridges. More between Nürnberg and Christmas markets or gingerbread. But upon a closer look, Nürnberg revealed its enchanted bridges.
The Lorenzkirche (Lorenz Church) is one of the most beautiful churches in Nürnberg. Its landmark, the St. Lorenz Star, can be seen from afar when walking towards the western facade. This stone rosette characterises the facade and the look of the church.
It is hard to miss, the Kaiserburg (Emperor’s Castle). And to be honest, you really shouldn’t miss it. The view is absolutely worth it!
We are in Nürnberg at the Kaiserburg (Emperor’s Castle). One can’t miss it as part of the view of the city from up here, the former Nazi party rally grounds. An area so rich in German history that should not ever be forgotten.