Hotel Prinzregent

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Prinzregentenufer 11, Nuremberg, Bavaria, 90489, Germany
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Nurnberg v Furth 23/11/08

by AFCB

Dear all,

I will be in Frankfurt that weekend, however I would like to travel to Nurnberg for this game?

Will buying a ticket be easy on the day? also, what would be the cheapest way for 2 people to travel on the train from Frankfurt to Nurnberg? I take it a state train pass (Hessen) would not cover Northern Bavaria?

Kind Regards

Paul

Re: Nurnberg v Furth 23/11/08

by Kakapo2

Very interesting game with a local touch which will attract a lot of spectators. So not sure if you will get a ticket on the day. On the 1. FC Nürnberg website I saw that they have set up a limit on the number of tickets you can purchase - normally ten per person, now only four.

If you want to annoy Nürnbergers call them Northern Bavarians. They insist on being Franconians (Franken) - and they are. It does not matter than Franken is part of Bavaria ;-)))

And sure, the Hessen ticket is not valid in Bavaria.

But as the game is on a Sunday you can use the Schönes Wochenende Ticket. It is valid for up to 5 people until 3am (night to Monday) and the entire German rail network and costs 35 Euro. You can use it on regional trains, as the the state tickets.

Re: Nurnberg v Furth 23/11/08

by abalada

DB timetable
http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/query.exe/en
From: F
To: N
To: Frankenstadion
and select as means of transport "only local transport".

As already mentioned, best ticket option if regional trains are OK for you, is in this case the Happy-Weekend-Ticket (EUR 35,00). Covers the whole trip till the Frankenstadion (the stadium where the match will take place). Please note that - despite its name - the Happy-Weekend-Ticket is only valid either Saturday or Sunday.

> I take it a state train pass (Hessen)
Just in case you ever want to make a trip deeper into Bavaria on a weekday from Frankfurt:
a) buy RMV tickets from Frankfurt to Kahl, the first stop in Bavaria (EUR 6,75 pp)
b) buy a Bavaria Ticket for the rest of the trip

With this method you can even travel as far as Salzburg for
1 person: EUR 25,75
2 persons: EUR 20,25 per person
...
5 persons: EUR 9,80 per person

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by Mikebond

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Opening hours:
Every day from 10 am to 5(6) pm
Entrance: 5 Euros for adults

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Address: Prinzregentenufer 11, Nuremberg, Bavaria, 90489, Germany