Motel One Nuernberg-City

Bahnhofstrasse 18, Nuremberg, Bavaria, 90402, Germany
Motel One Nuernberg-City
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by dromosapien

Anyone know of a self service laundry around the Nürnberg Hauptbahnhof?

Re: Laundry


This looks closest (1.3 km, 15 min. walk)
Wäscherei Roth KG‎
Innere Cramer-Klett-Straße 22
90403 Nürnberg, Deutschland
tel. 0911 550465‎

Eco-Express Waschsalons GmbH - Plaatspagina - Schweiggerstr. 32, Nürnberg - 0911 4622008

Re: Laundry


Oops, I'll clear up my reply a little:

This looks closest (1.3 km, 15 min. walk)
Wäscherei Roth
Innere Cramer-Klett-Straße 22
90403 Nürnberg, Deutschland
tel. 0911 550465

And this one is at walking distance too:
Eco-Express Waschsalons GmbH - Schweiggerstr. 32, Nürnberg
Tel. 0911 4622008

Re: Laundry

by kalal

You find the nearest laundry. Your nearest laundry is (1.3 km, 15 min. walk)
Witcheries Roth KG‎ Inner Cramer-Klett-Straße 2290403 Nurnberg, Deutschland


Re: Laundry


kalal, I already gave that address :-)

dromosapien, I've checked the spelling (I speak/read German well), so you should be ok.

Re: Laundry

by dromosapien

Thanks for the responses and info, it will be VERY helpful.

Travel Tips for Nürnberg


by kmohandas

Nuremberg toy fair (Numberger Spielwarenmesse) is held every year in the month of February. It is rated as the biggest toy fair in the world. More than 2500 toy manufacturers from all over the world exhibit their best toys during the fair. The lay out of toy fair have been improved in 2007. As per this lay out technical side is on the east, traditional toys in the south, micellaneous items on the west and games section on the north.
!n 2008, the fair shall commence on 7 Febrary and shall last till 12 February.
The entry ticket costs Euro 20/- per person for one day. With a Euro 45/- ticket, you can visit the fair on all days. Advance booking costs slightly less.
Don't miss the Nuremberg Toy Fair if you are in or around Nuremberg during this period.
Children wiil be delighted to go for the fair. Chinese toys are cheaper compared to others and may suit most of the peoples budget.


by globetrott

Christkindlesmarkt is the traditional christmas-market of Nuernberg and one of the móst famous of its kind in Europe.
Even the name of it is special,as normally the expression is Christkindlmarkt, while the ones in Nuernberg and Augsburg are the only ones, that are called Christkindlesmarkt.
In all of the pedestrianzone you will find food- and souvenir-stands, christmasdecorations and x-mas-songs.
This time of the year is also one of the high seasons of the city with the most expensive prices for hotels. For the opening-times just click on the link below !

Die Hase

by leics

I liked this modern sculpture very much......although it is a little odd.

It is by the same artist who created the Ehekarussell (Jurgen Goetz)and depicts a hare based on the work of Albrecht Durer. Durer lived from 1471 -1528 and was, in my opinion, a wonderful artist. Especially his watercolours and drawings of animals and flowers.

Durer's house is more or less opposite the sculpture in Platz am Tiergartnertor. You will probably visit the house, but it would be easy to miss this hare. That would be a pity.

Another great Bratwurst Hause!

by Travelchili about Bratwursthäusle

Great, typical German restaurant to try the local specialities. Try Nürnberger sausages, pretzels, potato salad and whatever else you have room for. And have some good German beer, too. But of course that I probably didn't even need to mention :)

Der "Schöne Brunnen" ("Beautiful Fountain")

by flyingscot4

One of the few artifacts not destroyed by the allied bombing in WWII, "der Schöne Brunnen" is located in Nürnberg's Hauptmarkt near Sebalduskirche (St. Sebaldus Church) and across the square from "Die Frauenkirche" ("Church of Our Lady"). Rising to a height of 19 meters, it was originally built as part of the city well in the late 12th century. It resembles a large pyramid with 40 painted figures which represent royalty, philosophers, artists, bishops, heroes, and prophets. The wrought iron works surrounding the fountain were added in the late 16th century.

There are legends surrounding the well and the iron work (also see other Tips). One of the first involved a blacksmith and his daughter's love for the blacksmith's apprentice. Needing his apprentice but also wanting to ensure that his daughter marry a rich man, the blacksmith agreed to allow the apprentice and his daughter to marry if the apprentice completed a seemingly impossible task. The apprentice had to design and make an iron lattice with a ring with no seam embedded in the lattice. The apprentice accomplished the task which became the black ring in the iron work. The brass ring was added in the early 20th century. Another legend says that a bride turns the ring once for each child she would like to have.

Between 1835 and 1839 the fountain was rebuilt using limestone instead of the original sandstone. The original sandstone figures have been relocated in the National Museum in Berlin as well as in the Germanic National Museum in Nürnberg.


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