Arvena Park Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Goerlitzer Strasse 51, Nuremberg, Bavaria, 90473, Germany
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 34% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families100
  • Couples80
  • Solo80
  • Business59

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Family friendly accommodation in Nurnberg for early December

by CatherineReichardt

Hi
We are planning to spend a few days in Nurnberg during the second week in December. We are a family of 4 (2 parents, with children aged 7 and 4), travelling with 2 grandparents, and are looking for value-for-money, family-friendly accommodation that is well located for public transport. We would ideally like 3 bedrooms, and the ability to self-cater would be a plus, but not essential. We would be happy to consider a gasthaus or an apartment, or perhaps there are other options that we haven't yet thought of?
Any ideas?
Regards
Cathy

Re: Family friendly accommodation in Nurnberg for early December

by ATLC

A B&B could be nice. That's called 'Zimmer Frei' in German, so you could google for that. I've always had great accommodation in Germany, no matter what the price range.

Re: Family friendly accommodation in Nurnberg for early December

by chris.hh

Hi Catherine,
I am not sure if this is suitable for you - maybe little too far from Nuremberg. It is a farmhouse that is specialized on family trips with kids. So the kids can play on the farm, have a pony ride, help the farmers caring for animals. However it's about 45 minutes from N but area should be nice.
www.eibtalerhof.de

Nuremberg has a Youth hostel within parts of the old castle which should be a reasonable prized option. You need kind of a pass for that but it's not too expensive.
www.jugendherberge.de/jh/bayern/nuernberg

Here you find a list with hotels or rather privat small hotels.
http://www.nuernberg-pension.de/verzeichnis-lage.html

More expensive is this hotel in Erlangen close to Nuremberg. It is an eco-hotel with massage, sauna etc.
http://www.hotel-luise.de/rw_e7v/main.asp?WebID=luise2&PageID=11

Here you find a list with holiday appartements:
http://www.fewo-direkt.de/staedteregion-nuernberg/s/6711/fa/find.squery

This looks good:
http://www.fewo-direkt.de/ferienwohnung-ferienhaus/p517007

Best Chris.

Re: Family friendly accommodation in Nurnberg for early December

by Maurizioago

Nuernbergmark.

Re: Family friendly accommodation in Nurnberg for early December

by Sjalen

Check the hotel I have on my Nürnberg page - we liked it a lot. Just bear in mind that you need to ask for rooms with a lift if you have difficulties with stairs. The hotel is in two buildings so that differs a bit.

Travel Tips for Nürnberg

Doku-Zentrum

by Helena1962

If you are interested in what happened in Nuremberg between 1920 and 1946 you must visit the "Doku-Zentrum".
At this very interesting museum, you will get an impresive lesson of history and you won't be dissapointed.

The museum's aim is to show people what happened in the City during those years (and indeed it happened here really very much!). As the german dictator loved this city, 3 times made here the "year-meeting" of his party. And all this is here very well documented, on original places (the building itself has been made by them, too).

At any case, the history of this meetings would be much to incomplete if they wouldn't expalin what happened somewhere else in Germany and Europe at the time. And so, this museum turns to be one of the most impressives I have ever seen, about nazis and its party, the NSDAP

As I said before: If you are interested in this part of the history you must visit it. And if you wonder how could happen, what happened, it is impossible to understand, but you will get a lesson in mindskind psychology.

For more information:
http://www.museen.nuernberg.de/english/reichsparteitag_e/index_reichsparteitag_e.html

Lebkuchen

by Sjalen

When I was little, my aunt who lives in Germany used to bring me Lebkuchen. I wasn't particularly fond of the apricot meets gingerbread, but always thought those two flavours were better apart. That is until I visited the HOME of the Lebkuchen. Nürnberg. Here, the Lebkuchen are sold everywhere, from the smallest market stall to official famous makers. In fact, you wonder how there can be a market for all of them! The concoction itself is simply a thick gingerbread biscuit with apricot, often coated in chocolate. It is especially popular around Christmas, when you even see Nürnberger bakers making Ginger houses out of the dough.

Nürnberg 1945 - 1965: A Mosaic

by Kathrin_E

This mosaic is located on the facade of a post-war house in Karl-Grillenberger-Straße, round the corner from Unschlittplatz. Nürnberg's old town has been heavily hit by air raids in World War II and large parts have been smashed to ashes and rubble, so what you see now is mostly post-war rebuilding. This house is one of many new buildings that substituted the destroyed old houses.

In four scenes it tells the history of Nürnberg from 1945 to 1965, from war and destruction to rebuilding and the new beginning. I found this by coincidence. In case you happen to pass here, have a look at it. The style is a bit abstract, very 1960s, but it sums up Nürnberg's fate in a nutshell. The scenes must be read from right to left. Details are in my photos 2-5.

Photo 2: World War II air raid. A plane drops bombs. People are hiding in a bomb shelter. The destroyed city.

Photo 3: A treck of refugees on the way from the East.

Photo 4: Peace. A new sunset, new hope. A person is planting a tree. This scene might refer to the new currency of the Federal Republic of Germany: the 50 Pfennig coin had a picture of a woman planting a tree. A new beginning for the economy and public life.

Photo 5: Wirtschaftswunder of the 1950s and 1960s. A new city is being built.

Nürnberger Lebkuchen / Gingerbread

by globetrott about Lebkuchen

Lebkuchen / Gingerbread was produced by monks in various monasteries in Nürnberg since the Middle Ages and they soon became famous all over Bavaria and the surrounding countries.
It was certainly also the fact that Nürnberg was centrally located and Lebkuchen could be easily transported to other places from there.
When thinking of Lebkuchen - in former times also called Lebzelten - most people still think of Nürnberg, as it seems to be the best quality. This food-stand on my picture is built on the facade of a big shopping-centre, where Lebkuchen is not only sold at christmastime, but during all of the year.

Albrecht-Dürer-Haus (Albrecht Dürer's House)

by islaazul

The Albrecht Dürer house is a handsome half-timbered building (erected ca. 1420) on the prettiest square in Nuremberg.

In the screening room, the short film "Albertus Durer Noricus" introduces you to the work of Germany's great Renaissance artist. In the workshop, modern-day craftspeople demonstrate the techniques Dürer used to produce new prints.

The best part of the visit is that the tour guide is dressed as Dürer's wife, Mistress Agnes Dürer, and she gives the tour using first-person anecdotes.

NOTE: She gives the tour in English every Saturday at 2 pm.

Opening hours:
Tue - Sun 10 am - 5 pm, Thu 10 am - 8 pm, July - Sept.and during the Christmas Market also Mon 10 am - 5 pm

Entrance fees:
Adults 5,- € / reduced 2,50 € / school classes 1,20 € / groups (10 or more persons) 3,70 € / families 5,50 € or 10,50 €
Limited wheelchair accessibility

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