Holiday Inn Nurnberg City Centre

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Engelhardsgasse 12, Nuremberg, Bavaria, 90402, Germany

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Holiday Inn Nurnberg City Centre
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    Holiday Inn Nurnberg City Centre, Germany


    The Hotel is very good located, as u go out and turn left, shopping streets, cafes, and historical places are just 5 mins walking distance ... And if u go out and turn right, a kind of Red Light District is in close distance ....

    If u r arriving w the train, the main railway station is w the cab less then 10 mins drive, and airport is just 30 mins drive ...

    This Hotel has one of the best service and standarts according the among other whole Holiday Inn chain hotels .... Comfortable rooms, well designed bathroom, also for a business man, table to work w ur stationary, headlights etc .... Good Housekeeping and a perfect buffet breakfast, starting early in case u have plain to catch ... Also the bar in the Lobby is very cozy ...

    In case u need to rent a car, or tickets for theaters etc, the reception staff is well informed to help u ....

    Did stay there several times and plan to stay again on my next journeys ...

    Directions: In der Altstadt, am Frauentormauer.

More about Nürnberg


Hauptbahnhof, Nurnberg, Deutschland 2010Hauptbahnhof, Nurnberg, Deutschland 2010

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View from Henkersteg towards KarlsbrückeView from Henkersteg towards Karlsbrücke

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by harwellsk

The hotels in Nuremberg are completely booked during the days I need to visit. Can you recommend a reasonably priced hotel on a train-stop 20-30 Kilometers that is walking distance from the train-stop? Better yet, can you tell me what towns are on train-stops 20-30 kilometers NORTH of Nuremberg?

Re: Sammy

by nicolaitan

try for hotels in forchheim at the far end of the nuremberg s-bahn system.

Re: Sammy

by abalada

rail network Nuremberg/Fürth
Albeit I fear this area is already booked.
rail network of the whole VGN local public transport association
But keep in mind that this stretches far beyond your 30 km limit.

You can check travel times and prices with the VGN timetable.
Or use the DB timetable
and select as means of transport "only local transport" (no prices shown where the VGN tariff applies).

In case you attend the toy fair - local public transport in the whole VGN is covered by the admission tickets.

Re: Sammy

by xelor74

Check out Erlangen

Re: Sammy

by yvr

Take a look at you can specific the km's around a city that you wish the site to search for. It is a good site and very reliable. I use it all the time, it may resolve your problem.

Travel Tips for Nürnberg

Nürnberger Reichstag & Reichs-Parteitag

by globetrott

In medieval times there was no single capital in the german empire, but the kings used to travel between various palaces in different towns and Nürnberg was one of them. Reichstag was in medieval times the conference of all kings and queens with the emperor of the Holy Roman Empire and King Sigismund had stated in 1423 that the 1st Reichstag of any new emperor always had to be held in Nuernberg, this used to be one of the main columns of the importance of Nuernberg for the german empire.
King Sigismund also stated that the german crown-jewels had to be stored in Nürnberg.
A. Hitler had his Reichs-Parteitag here in Nuernberg mainly because he wanted to show that his position was similar to emperors of the german nation.

Christkindl Markt

by Sjalen

Although I have never been, I would be silly not to mention what is possibly the world's most famous Christmas market. It is certainly Germany's. In the Market Place, from the first of Advent every year, there is an explosion of stalls selling everything for your great holiday. Just expect a huge crowd from all over the world, and book your accommodation well in advance.


by leics

This little chain bridge may not look anything very special.

You'd probably not even notice it, tucked away as it is beneath the city walls as they cross the Pegnitz.

Built in 1824, it is the oldest chain bridge in Europe. So it warrants a visit and photograph just for that, I think.

Sadly (although not entirely surprisingly) access was barred when I visited. I imagine it's no longer safe to walk across. Hopefully there will be the money and the will to renovate and restore it.

Find Kettensteg at the end of Unterkreuzgasse, where the Westorgraben (a main road) crosses the Pegnitz to the west of the city.

Big brewery in a basement

by Djinn76 about Barfüßer

This place is located in the main street, in the basement of another typical building, the Mauthalle.
This is again a huge place nicely furnished. It was on a Sunday around 5pm, I was expecting just to have a beer but I saw so many people eating that I also ordered some food. To my defense, I had skipped lunch due to my flight and my willingness to quickly visit the city.
I've ordered 10 of those famous Nuernberger sausages (along with Sauerkraut). Indeed these were quite tasty but still, they're just plain sausages, nothing that exceptional...


by kmohandas

Documentation Centre is a fascinating museum which displays the full spectrum of the twelve years of Nazi rule from 1933 to 1945. It is located inside the Kongresshalle (Congress Hall), which was the largest building planned by Hitler to conduct rallies. The project was never completed. This was converted to a museum in 2001.
There is an exibition here titled "Fascination And Terror (Faszination Und Gewalt) ", which depicts the German history from 1933 to 1945.
Documentary films titled "Fascination & Terror", "Triumph Of The Will","Nuremberg Trials" etc. are screened in the auditorium regularly.
The entry ticket costs Euro 5/-. Audio guide in English is available free of cost. Certain historical books are available on payment.


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Address: Engelhardsgasse 12, Nuremberg, Bavaria, 90402, Germany