Congress Hotel Mercure Nuernberg an der Messe

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Muenchener Strasse 283, Nuremberg, Bavaria, 90471, Germany
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Kristkindlmarkt

by zoommedix

I know the actual market place does not start until the end of november but can someone tell me if I can buy a unique christmas item in Nurnberg in october? is there a store in the city open all year? many thanks in advance.

Re: Kristkindlmarkt

by abalada

http://www.wohlfahrt.com/18-1-kaethe_wohlfahrt_in_nuernberg

You may also find something in the various work shops of the Handwerkerhof, which is next to the Königstor (King's Gate), just opposite the Hauptbahnhof (main train station).
http://www.handwerkerhof.de/

Re: Kristkindlmarkt

by chris.hh

There's also this Käthe Wohlfahrt store next to the Hauptmark, where the x-mas market is. It is open all year. Should be the same store like that in Rothenburg o.T.
www.wohlfahrt.com
Also you can buy Lebkuchen the famous Nürnberg cake. If you google "lebkuchen nürnberg" you find many results. Schnidt also is next to the Hauptmarkt, they also have cute packages. I think the most famous x-mas item in N. ww2.lebkuchen-schmidt.com/eng_index.php
Have a great time, Chris.

Travel Tips for Nürnberg

Altstadtfest

by nicolaitan

Nuremberg is home to unnumerable festivals throughout the year, perhaps the Altstadtfest one of the best known. Held for 10 days in September since 1971, it is Germany's largest folklore event in Germany with over 1 million visitors. Featured are all varieties of muscial concerts including folk, jazz, pop, and rock. The fischerstechen, a jousting competition on the river, and fireworks displays round out the offerings. Plays by Nuremberg native Hans Sachs are featured. Overall there are at least 60 events over 10 days, allegedly with more than 800 participants.

Hans Sachs ( 1492 - 1576 ) was a famed singer and playwright best noted for his comedies created especially for festivals. By trade he was a shoemaker living on the square carrying his name. He was also an early convert to Protestant faith. The festival is, at least in part, an annual tribute.

The Hans Sachs Platz and neighboring Schutt Island in the Pegnitz are filled with surprisingly substantive restaurants and beer halls with long communal outdoor tables and some inside dining. The restaurants facades feature assorted autumn-like scenes over their entrances. And they are all mobbed.

After walking throughout, we could not find two outdoor seats and ended up having to eat inside at one of the few places with any vacant seats at all. We ate at Sissy's on the Insel Schutt - spicy Nuremberger Bratwursts and the best tastiest sauerkraut ever, washed down with Erdinger beer. For dessert, we joined a long queue for individually made crepes at a walk up stand and sat on benches overlooking one fork of the river. From what we overheard, we may have been the only non-German speaking people at this remarkable gathering - an unanticipated great experience far off the typical tourist path. Held in the weeks preceding Munich's renowned Oktoberfest, this precursor event seemed far more cultured and presumably far less drunken than its more famous competitor.

Lebkuchen

by mirchica

Traditional German cookie which is very typical for the region of Nurnberg. It has a honey taste and it’s covered with chocolate. They are usually very colourful and have interesting shapes. These biscuits are very popular around Christmas

Erlangen

by Nemorino

Erlangen has just over 100,000 inhabitants and is located about twenty kilometers north of Nürnberg. It takes thirteen minutes to get there from Nürnberg on an ICE train.

I've been to Erlangen twice to do presentations, once in January 1998 and again nearly ten years later in September 2007.

Second photo: Back side of the Egloffstein'sches Palais. This is one of the buildings where the adult education center has its classrooms.

Third photo: Erlangen railroad station.

49°35'44.39" North; 11° 0'25.76" East

Salon Regina

by chris.hh about Small Cafè

The Salon Regina is a smal café/bistro that I like very much. It is a place that students and young people love. You get cake (but it is not a real cake café), they have good toasts, sandwiches, and some other small dishes. I love the atmosphere, it reminds me a little bit of my fave places in Hamburg;-)

Fürther Straße 64, 90429 Nürnberg
www.salonregina.de
> not much info on the website though.

konigstor

by doug48

to enter the old section of nuremberg you take a tunnel from the train station to the old city wall. the first site you will see is the massive konigstor. this medieval tower is part of the defensive wall of the city.

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 Congress Hotel Mercure Nuernberg an der Messe

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Address: Muenchener Strasse 283, Nuremberg, Bavaria, 90471, Germany