Gasthof Weisses Lamm

Flockenstrasse 2, Nuremberg, Bavaria, 90455, Germany
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Visit in March

by shimul

Hi,
I will be visiting Nuremberg in March this year from India and had a couple of questions..
- What is the weather like at that time? I will be coming from India which is really warm at that time, and want to be prepared for rain or cold
- What is the best way for me to go to Geneva and how long would the journey be?
- Its my first time in the city and I will be helping my dad with an exhibition but would like to spend a couple of days seeing the city... what areas/neighbourhoods would you recommend?

See you all soon!!!

Shimul

Re: Visit in March

by pedersdottir

Hello Shimul:

The weather will be much chillier than what you are used to at home, so bring clothers to layer under a raincoat: knit pullover, sweatshirt, vests, etc.
Nuernberg has a wonderfully rebuilt medieval Old Town within city walls. While there, try to visit the Kaiser's castle, the Albrecht Duerer house and the medieval marketplace shops.

In general, the best way to travel around Europe is by train. Find times to Geneva on this site: www.bahn.de

Have a memorable stay in Nuerenberg!

Re: Visit in March

by Sjalen

I agree with everything said above! Nürnberg is a great city and you can see my page for favourite tips but I particularly enjoyed Dürer's house and the old Kaiserburg fortress.

Train is indeed a good way to travel in Europe - especially since you could pay a bit extra to go on the German ICE high speed trains. You also get to see more of Europe than if you fly even if coaches are cheaper and budget flights available. Not sure about anything budget to Geneva though since it is a business hub.

Re: Visit in March

by abalada

Weather?
In March 2004 the max. temperatures have been between 0 °C (06.) and 22 °C (19.). The min. temperatures have been between -6 °C (03.+27.) and 10 °C (21.). There have been 8 days with rain/snow, 5 however with less than 1l per square meter, 2l on the 14th, 4l on the 21st and 5l on the 24th. This is actually not much rain. There have been 25 days with sunshine, 8 of them with more than 8 hours (~ whole day).

Geneva?
There are no direct flights from Nuremberg to Geneva. You have to fly either via Zürich or Frankfurt or use the train.
DB timetale
From: N
To: Geneva
~ 8 hours
You'll get discounts if you buy a return ticket in advance.

Nuremberg has a nice old (reconstructed) town center and some good museums.
http://www.tourismus.nuernberg.de/index_e.html
http://www.museumsgalore.nuremberg.de/
most important museums are
- National Museum of German Art and Culture
- The Documentation Center (3rd Reich)
- German Railway Museum
furthermore Nuremberg is famous
- for the artist Albrecht Dürer
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albrecht_Drer
- the first pocket watch (Nuremberg Egg 1504)
- toys (e.g. trade fair and museum)
- handcraftsmen in the middle ages and Renaissance (engravers (maps), gold and silver smiths etc).
- gingerbread and Bratwürste (sausages)

nearby
Bamberg
http://www.bamberg.info
Rothenburg ob der Tauber
http://www.rothenburg.de

Re: Visit in March

by civilian

hy there

weather: cold, rainy, maybee snow.

geneva: takes by plane from frankfurt only 75 minutes, by train more than twelve hours. I went there several times and i recomend the plane.

nuernberg: check VT :-) and have a break in wuerzburg on the way to frankfurt airport :-)

Travel Tips for Nürnberg

Nürnberg Tip

by smoox

Boy, had this place been hit. I was born in 1955, and by then most of the rubble had been cleared away - but I still recall many ruins and devastated buildings. Today, Nuremberg is attractive again, full of life and activities.

When my parents built their house in one of the outskirts of the city in 1960, they found one of those bombs that never exploded - but might do so any minute, right there in our garden. Oh wow.

(Sorry this picture is lousy. I´ll try and find a better one, but meanwhile........)

Excavations

by leics

There is an awful lot of clearing and building and re-building going on in Nurnburg at the moment (2009).

Whenever this happens it is possible that past remains may be uncovered, and they should be properly investigated before either being detroyed (as is often inevitable) or re-covered.

I spotted this site right next to the river on evening, and guessed it was an archaeological excavation (areas were covered over by plastic sheeting, and there was a pump running continuously).

The next day I saw the archaeologists working. They have uncovered the remains of at least one well (probably Medieval), an associated wall and a number of wooden posts sunk into the ground, each one carefully labelled....possibly the remains of a Medieval pier or jetty.

The archaeologists are carefully measuring and accurately drawing plans of the site, so that it is fully recorded for future researchers even if new building destroys it.

This site will probably be built on by the time you visit, but it is always worth looking carefully at building sites, especially in historical towns like Nurnburg. You may get a glimpse of what once was, has long been hidden and is now, briefly, exposed to the light again.

A typical restaurant.

by Djinn76 about Zur Goldenes Posthorn

This really look like a traditional (touristic?) German restaurant. Even the waitresses are dressed in traditional outfit.
Altough it looks small and cosy, I suspect the place is rather big as well. No reservation was required. I have eaten here twice. Even if the specialty of the place is those famous Nuernberger sausages, the first time I had a delicious grilled pork scallop and the second time, several slices of tongue. Next time, I'll give it a try the heart dish.
As you can see, quite some interesting stuff on the menu. That was very nice, quite cheap and at least the portion were a bit more reasonable than in the two previous places!

As for the sausages, you could as well buy a can of their 'homemade' sausages' for later.

The Christmas market of...

by Vic5

The Christmas market of course!
We spent hours wandering around the different markets. There's gifts for everyone, from candles, wooden toys, CDs, lots and lots of traditional German sweets. Hot dogs 20' long (no joke!) and you have to try the hot wine ( ). I didn't like this myself, but my boyfriend couldn't get enough of it! Mind you, we got to keep the cups which make great souvenirs. For children, there's a market dedicated especially to them, including a Father Christmas. We also saw local childen sing Christmas carols, which was lovely!

Historische Bratwurstkueche zum Gulden Stern

by globetrott

The historic Bratwurst-kitchen "Zum Gulden Stern" (that means "golden star" in an ancient dialect) is a historical restaurant dating back to 1419 and it is a great restaurant nowadays as well. Take a look inside and you will see the quite unique oven with an open fire and a "Rost" , (a grid) that is the traditional way to prepare "Nuernberger ROST-Bratwurst" in the old way over the open fire and it tastes also a lot better than the sausages roasted in oil in a pan.
The interior of the cosy restaurant bis worth seeing as well and the crew did not mind, when I was walking around making my photos, dont miss to search for that great chandelier !!!

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