Hotel Vosteen

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Lindenaststrasse 12, Nuremberg, Bavaria, 90409, Germany
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  • Families96
  • Couples89
  • Solo100
  • Business97

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Car and Hotel

by shimul

Thank you to all who responded to me so quickly and with so much zeal. I am sorry to post another question, but it is my first time travelling to Europe, and I am quite confused :)

Do car rental companies allow one-way rentals. I will be landing at Frankfurt airport with quite a lot of luggage and would like to travel to Nuremberg from there by car. Could anyone suggest which car companies I could contact so organize a car for myself.

Any recommendations for inexpensive, yet nice hotels located in the center of the city, still close to a train station. I am accompanying my father for an exhibition in March and we are looking to stay in an inexpensive place, where we can still get a flavour of the city when we return back to the hotel late in the evening.

Thanks a million!!!

Re: Car and Hotel

by Ciambella

I recommended Hotel Ibis in my Nürnberg page. You won't be able to find a better, cheaper and at a more convenient location, right across the train station *and* across the Old Town.

This is the link:

http://www.virtualtourist.com/m/75b6b/8082/3/

I will write more on restaurant tips in the center. Check back before your trip if you have the chance.

Re: Car and Hotel

by abalada

http://hotel.nuernberg.de/index_e.html
or
http://www.hrs.com (has often the better deals)
If this is a major fair it will be of course not so easy to find something cheap.

Alamo, Avis, Budget, Europcar, Hertz and Sixt have all counters at Frankfurt Airport. And mostlikely also a branch in Nuremberg. One-way rental is with the bigger rental companies no problem inside Germany.

Public transport to and from the fair ground is normally covered by the entrance ticket (not sure for exhibitor tickets - but definitly for visitor tickets). Check if the tickets bear the VGN logo
http://www.vgn.de/?language=en

Re: Car and Hotel

by civilian

for car rental sixt (www.sixt.de) is usualy cheap. they have also another brand (Sixty) where the cars are even cheaper. be aware, that the autobahn frankfurt - nuernberg has often traffic jams, specialy between wuerzburg and nuernberg. avoid rush houres ( 7-9h) and 16-18h) if possible. also a domestic flight to nuernberg could be a option.
!!!!!!!!!!for car renting, you need a international driving licence!!!!!!
hope you have a very good time. christof

Re: Car and Hotel

by wilde13

Using rental cars quite often, i can tell you, www.budget.de is the best option.

2 prices, no additional payments, if you dont wish something special.

have a nice time

Travel Tips for Nürnberg

This is Mauthalle, right next...

by smoox

This is Mauthalle, right next to Lorenzkirche and in the pedestrian zone, not far from the station. Again, an old and renovated building. Down in the basement you´ll find one of Nuremberg´s big beer cellars, the Barfüsser. Always popular! (and good beer!)

Church of St Johannis

by Kathrin_E

The small church in the grounds of Johannis Cemetery (see separate tip) used to be the parish church of the suburb northwest of the walled city. This is the only church in central Nürnberg that survived the war unharmed, so its complete interior is preserved.

The late gothic building dates from the end of the 14th century. It was dedicated to the 'two Johns', the Baptist and the Evangelist. I have not counted the many John statues and paintings inside.

The main altar was donated by the patrician Fritz Holzschuher von Adelshofen (the family who built the burial chapel at the end of the graveyard) and his wife and made by the workshop or an apprentice of Veit Stoß in 1516. The shrine contains statues of the Virgin Mary between John Baptist and John the Evangelist. The paintings on the inner side of the wings show scenes from the life of Mary. The first pair of wings show scenes from the lives of the two Johns, the closed workday side has their images and the two patrons of the city, St Lorenz and St Sebald.

The left side altar, donated by the Imhoff family, dates around the same time while the right side altar with the Passion of Christ is much older, the triptychon was painted around 1440.

Also note the huge cross under the arch between nave and choir, the stained glass windows with the crests of many patrician families, and the many statues in teh choir.

The nave was refurbished after the reformation and tells of the needs of the Lutheran liturgy. The two galleries date from the 17th century. Many epitaphs for members of Nürnberg's most important parician families have been put up on the walls.

The church is open in the daytime.

Drinks and coffee and cake and snacks 1

by leics about Black Bean Cafe

Good coffee, a most pleasant place to sit under a parasol and watch the world go by, serves drinks and cakes and snacks.

Pleasant and friendly service (good English) , no hassle to drink up and move on, comfortable cushioned spot right outside the entrance to sit and put your feet up if you choose.

Nice place. Enjoyed it.

Take a stroll around the city...

by Venturingnow

Take a stroll around the city and see what you can through the hordes or people shopping their brains out. There are numerous water towers, walls, churches, and museums, just like in every other city in Europe.

Shopping-wise check out...

by gretschbikin

Shopping-wise check out 'Welcome Home!', it's in the groovy circular precinct (Briete Gesse?), beautiful plates, really badly made but they look great. Any of Nuremberg's modern design shops put London to shame (almost).

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Address: Lindenaststrasse 12, Nuremberg, Bavaria, 90409, Germany