Hotel Marienbad

Eilgutstrasse 5, Nuremberg, Bavaria, 90443, Germany
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train travel frankfurt to nurenburg

by venice1962

i arrive at frankfurt hahn airport on 7th november and i want to get to nurenburg by train.how do i get to train station from airport.thanks

Re: train travel frankfurt to nurenburg

by Elena77

Hello,
there are shuttle busses from Hahn Airport that take you to, for example, Frankfurt main station:
http://www.bohr-omnibusse.de/AirportHahnFahrplan/busfahrplanFrankfurt.htm

Or to Mainz main station:
http://www.orn-online.de/airportshuttle/busfahrplan_mainz.htm

You can catch trains to Nürnberg from both stations mentioned above.
Greetings,
Elena

Travel Tips for Nürnberg

Street musicians

by Travelchili

You can always see some street musicians while walking around in the Old Town. But this particular one (seeing on the picture) made me really laugh. The dog on his shoulder had two of his legs on the accordeon and when they guy was playing, he was almost like dancing on the top of the instrument. I am sure the dog must have been trained to stay on the top of that accordeon because it didn't look like the dog would have done it otherwise.. Anyway, look around and you may see something funny at any time:)

Rochusfriedhof - St. Rochus cemetery

by Airpunk

The Rochus cemetery is one of two historic churchyards in Nürnberg. It was installed in 1518 and consecrated in 1519. The chapel was finished in 1521. After the bubonic plague epidemy in 1516 and 1517, the churchyards of the two main churches, St. Lorenz and St. Sebaldus, were transferred to places outside of the city walls. St. Sebaldus’ churchyard in the northeast became St. Johannis. St. Lorenz’ churchyard became St. Rochus. Since centuries, this cemetery was a popular place to be buried for the rich and wealthy of the city. Two well-known personalities from Nuernberg are buried here. Early renaissance artist Peter Vischer and baroque componist Johan Pachelbel.
A local expression has its origins in this cemetery. People tend to say “...otherwhise, St. Rochus will get you” (…sonst holt Dich der Rochus) instead of “…otherwise, you will die”.

The Rochusfriedhof is within walking distance from the train station, to the southwest of it

You can reach us by plane...

by smoox

You can reach us by plane (they have done a lot to improve the airport - it´s an international one at that!), by train (IC) or, of course, by car since Nuremberg is situated quite conveniently in the middle of a criss-cross of motorways.
There´s a modern subway system (picture: the station below Lorenzkirche), but there are also the old-fashioned trams and, of course, an efficient bus system.

The Rise of National Socialism

by Johnscarroll

This is not just another holocaust museum. Located in a wing of the never completed but still gigantic Nazi Congress Hall (basically a giant arena) the musuem documents the political and social rise of the Nazi party. A modern architect added a metalic structure to the old brick buidling. It literally pierces the congress hall like a steel spear, symbolizing the attempt to kill the Nazi movement.

Audio tours are available in many languages, including English. If you visit during the end of the German school year (July) you will find the place crawling with high school students. This is a good thing because a visit is required in order to reduce the chance that anything like the Nazi party could rise again in Germany.

The negative side is, because it's required, many of the teens don't take it seriously. They spend most of their time talking loudly and screwing around with their friends. In one room I witnessed a group of boys trying to demonstrate their masculinity by roughhousing as though playing football, while a cluster of girls giggled in another corner. These immature groups get the most attention because they are the loudest. But, a careful visitor will also notice pairs of students quietly making there way through the exhibits, some even in tears as they watch the film footage and listen to the audio comentary.

At other times of the year, I'm sure the atmosphere is quieter and more respectful.

This Documentation Center taught me alot about how a nation can plummet into the depths of a conservative and racist political orgy. You should not skip this site. Just ignore any obnoxious teens and you will be impressed, shocked, and leave in a depressed mood because you have just witnessed the worst of humanity documented in black and white film - knowing that any nation is capable of such horrors.

St. Sebaldus

by Airpunk

St. Sebaldus was once one of the two main churches in Nuernberg, with the other one being St. Lorenz. Indeed, the city was divided into the Sebalder Seite (the part north of the river) and Lorenzer Seite (the part south of it). The church was build between 1230 and 1273 in romanesque style, but an expasion between 1361 and 1379 gave the church today’s gothic appearance.

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