NH Forsthaus Fuerth-Nuernberg

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Zum Vogelsang 20, Furth, Bavaria, 90768, Germany
NH Forsthaus Fuerth-Nuernberg
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Costs 32% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Forum Posts

Going there from northern Italy.

by Maurizioago

What's the best way to go from northern Italy; let's say Ttrento to Nuernberg? Train, airplane?

Re: Going there from northern Italy.

by Maurizioago

ooops...I meant Trento!

Re: Going there from northern Italy.

by christine.j

I'd take the train. From Trento to Munich it's a train ride through a great scenery, then change into a train to Nürnberg.A few years I took the train from Venice to Munich and loved the scenery, going through the mountains.
I looked for trains next week and there are still specials available.Look at www.bahn.de, (but you know all this).

Re: Going there from northern Italy.

by leics

I'd say train too.......I like trains.

You should be able to take advantage of bahn.de's excellent online advance deals...one-way from 39 euro (pretty good price!). Make sure you take the same card as you used to pay with; it's essential, and the guard will want to see it. I use:


Re: Going there from northern Italy.

by german_eagle

The 8.04 am train from Trento to Munich, change there and to Nürnberg, arriving 13something is a pretty good connection IMO. I doubt you'll get the 39 special fare (will probably be sold out) but 69 Euro (single trip) is not bad either.

Re: Going there from northern Italy.

by Maurizioago


Ingo; Trento is an interesting town; you are welcome to visit it!

Travel Tips for Nürnberg

The city's charm

by deeper_blue

Nurnberg is a medieval city and a modern metropolis rolled into one. The 5km medieval walls surrounding the old town with its 80 towers give Nurnberg a very unique feel.
There are enough attractions here in easy walking distance to keep you occupied, including a museum documenting the events at the former rally grounds of the Nazi party.

Did you know Nuremberg with an...

by MissyWQ

Did you know Nurnberg with an umlaut over the U means Nur-ein-berg or Only one mountain? Now you know! I once came across a town named Burgberg. Fortress on the mountain.(Burg means fortress and Berg means mountain) How about that?
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by AnnaLupilla

Julius Tafels's iron rolling mill was one of Nürnberg's big 19th and 20th-century-industrial complexes. There is not much left of the Tafelwerk, which is to be reminded of almost only by the name of a street. Till 1985 the expanded complex of the hall with its distinctive chimnies and the water containers which were mounted on them, served as a big exhibition hall to the 150th anniversary of the German National Railways.
Its further history is exemplary for the urbanistic development of the post-industrial era. One part of the halls is being used as Museum for Industrial Culture, another one as "Tafelhalle" for concerts and events, the rest of the spacious compound has been covered with apartment houses after the factory building has been knocked down.

The address is Äußere Sulzbacher Straße 60, go there by tram, hop off "Tafelhalle".

Eat in a historical location

by AnnaLupilla about Heilig-Geist-Spital

Highly frequented by (American) tourists, they know why: the food is great! Besides typical Franconian dishes there's a great offer of wine from Franconia, like Silvaner, Müller-Thurgau, Bacchus and many more.

City Walls

by Carletto76

Once you get inside the Altstadt, city-walls are all around you and usually help a bit to understand where you are. Expecially when you look at the 4 main gates, which usually can be seen from far away, as well as the Burg (castle) which is higher than the rest of the old town, and which can be seen almost anywhere.

Starting the trip inside the Old Town from the main train station (Hauptbahnof) you pass along the Königstraße which leads to the first main landmark of Nürberg, the cathedral of St.Lorenz.


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