Etap Hotel Nurnberg City

Ulmenstrasse 52 b, Nuremberg, Bavaria, 90443, Germany
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Best itinerary for visitor coming from overseas (Egypt)

by aelmowafy

Greetings ladies and gentlemen (Please forward reply to

Coming from Egypt (north-east Africa), what is the best route to reach nurnberg? means if I stop by Munchen (or ?? frankfurt) what is next?? another flight ot domestic train or bus??

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Re: Best itinerary for visitor coming from overseas (Egypt)

by abalada

Not much difference for the trains if it comes to traveling time and price from either Frankfurt or Munich to Nuremberg.

DB timetable
From: MUC
From: FRA
To: N

Flight may be possible, but won't be faster. Bus is not an existing option.

From Munich you could also travel on regional trains to Nuremberg on the Bavaria Ticket Single (EUR 19,00). This day ticket is valid
Mo-Fr from 9am till 3am next day
Sa,Su from midnight till 3am next day

DB timetable
From: MUC
To: N
and select as means of transport "only local transport".

Some connections include a bus from the airport to Freising. Bavaria Ticket covers this bus route. It also covers the S-Bahn, U-Bahn (metro), trams and buses in Nuremberg.

Re: Best itinerary for visitor coming from overseas (Egypt)

by Kakapo2

I would clearly favour the train. It is fast and effective - from Munich and Frankfurt. And you would not waste time by getting to the airport early, and in Nürnberg you would arrive right in the beautiful city centre.

Re: Best itinerary for visitor coming from overseas (Egypt)

by aelmowafy

Lots of thanks for your flooding generosity indeed

Re: Best itinerary for visitor coming from overseas (Egypt)

by nicolaitan

we took the ICE from Munich to Nuremberg - so fast we couldn't believe it. The train station is right in the geographic center of town, next to the main tram intersection, and perhaps 50 meters from the entrance to the old city thru the Frauentor? gate. Simple effective.

Travel Tips for Nürnberg

Visit the 'Germanische(s)...

by Ossi.P

Visit the 'Germanische(s) Nationalmuseum'!!!
It has loads of pieces of arts and normal life starting thousands of years ago until today.

It is located in the 'Straße der Menschenrechte' (street of human rights), next to the city wall, just across the street from the opera house, in the south of the old town. Subway-station 'Opernhaus'!

-- Tuesday thru Sunday: 10am to 5pm
--Wednesdays: 10am to 9pm (free addmission after 6pm!);

Normal: 6 DM and 4 DM(reduced),
During special exhibitions: 8 DM and 6 DM(reduced),
Groups: 16 DM;

Germanisches Nationalmuseum,
Kartäusergasse 1,
D-90402 Nürnberg,
Tel: +49-911-13310,
Fax: +49-911.1331200,

Gardens of the Hesperides

by Kathrin_E

The Gardens of the Hesperides (Hesperidengärten) are a series of three reconstructed baroque gardens in Johannis quarter. A peaceful little oasis to rest after sightseeing. The gardens are decorated with baroque sculptures (now copies), like allegories of the seasons and the continents, antique gods and goddesses, and the funny group of dwarfs. A sundial made of boxwood hedges has recently ben reinstalled.

In the 18th century wealthy citizens owned summer houses along the main roads outside the city walls and equipped these with pleasure gardens. Most of these gardens are gone for good. In the Johannis quarter some have been restored, there is another closer to Neutor behind the house Johannisstraße 13 (see separate tip).

The name "Gardens of the Hesperides" refers to the Greek legend about Heracles. In one of his adventures he has to pick the golden apples of the Hesperides at the far end of the known world. The golden apples were understood as citrus - oranges and lemons. Potted citrus trees were kept in these gardens, sensitive and precious plants that need special care and a protected place in the German winter.

The gardens are not visible from the street and easily missed if you don't look for the sign on the facade. The entrance is through the pub in Johannisstraße 47, named "Barockhäusle" (photo 5), and its beer garden. Just walk through.

Flughafen Nuernberg

by AnnaLupilla

The Nuernberg Airport is very tiny, but exactly this is the reason why I like it so much. From my house it is just like 20 minutes to get there by U-Bahn. You can get there anything you want, even a little bit of 'international' feeling.

Reichsparteitagsgelande NUREMBERG

by smirnofforiginal

Reichsparteitagsgelande - Nazi Party Rally Grounds
This is where all the infamous images of goose-stepping troops were filmed. Apparently "much" of it was destroyed by bombs but one can hardly believe that when looking at the incredibly enormous complex still remaining. Some parts were purposefully removed to avoid this area ever from being a Mecca to any Neo-Nazi's.

The German's, for who Hitler and the war is obviously a sore subject, have done a remarkable job with the Dokumentations zentrum. The information is presented without bias and the object of this information centre is to properly educate to ensure that nothing like this ever happens again.

As I mentioned the complex is of gigantic proportions and is obviously of historical interest/concern. In order to prevent this area from being a morbid reminder, rather than an area which can educate, they have found wonderful uses for different sections and have succeeded in removing any negative vibes from the majority. For examplpe there are parks with lakes for families to use and the arena now hosts concerts etc...

However, there is no escaping what this was and around the info centre it is eerie, serious and uncomfortable and the information is disturbing. There are visuals but most of the info is via a head piece so it is possible to have smaller people with you and for it go over their heads although we felt very awkward and unsure as to whether we had made the right decision.

I was amazed at the number of German's present. In fact we were the only non-German's. I had to switch off my ear phones when it got too much for me to hear and we saw a German soldier lwho eft to have a fag and a weep.

Am I pleased we went? It has certainly given me more perspective into the size, propoganda, terror & atrocities & in a way I guess we all have a duty to be aware. It's not a "fun" trip out but it's cetainly an education that I wont forget.

The Deutscher Hof Hotel

by alancollins

I had a look at this nondescript building at Frauentorgraben 29 when I went to the Railway Museum. The Deutscher Hof Hotel was built in 1912 and closed for business around 2005. It became famous or more correctly infamous because Hitler stayed here during his visits to Nürnberg. The hotel is close to the main railway station and Hitler starting staying here in 1927. Being a creature of habit he always stayed in Room 105 and other important guests stayed at the hotel at the same time as him. In 1936 the hotel owner was forced to sell the hotel to the Nazi Party. The hotel was then modernised and extended. It now included the Führer balcony where Hitler would review the match past of troops and Hitler Youth. On the 3rd October 1944 the hotel was badly damaged during an air raid. The hotel was rebuilt after the war minus the Führer balcony and continued in business until a few years ago when it closed its doors. Its future is in the balance and it may be demolished and offices built or as it’s a listed historic building it may be saved.


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