Hotel Gerbermuhle

Gerbermuehlstrasse 105, Frankfurt, Hesse, 60594, Germany
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Frankfurt to Nuremburg

by moscoba

I will be in Frankfurt in Dec and would like to check how far is Nuremburg from Frankfurt? Is there a train for a day tour? I heard of Christmas decors that are fantastic in Nuremburg. Any information will be appreciated. Thanks.

Re: Frankfurt to Nuremburg

by christine.j

There are direct trains, taking about two hours each way. So a day trip can be done easily. Fares for these fast trains start from 58 Euro return. I did a random check for 11th December, the 58 Euro special was sold, but the 68 Euro is still available. Check http://www.bahn.de/international/view/en/index.shtml

If you're going to Nuernberg for the Christmas market only: There are many Christmas markets in and around Frankfurt, Heidelberg also has a nice one and is closer to Frankfurt.

Re: Frankfurt to Nuremburg

by Kathrin_E

If you look up train connections, note that the name of the city is NuremBERG (Nürnberg/Nuernberg in German), not -burg.

Re: Frankfurt to Nuremburg

by abalada

DB timetable
http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/query.exe/en
From: F
To: N

with the letters as shortcuts for the main railway station of the respective city.

If you don't mind a travel time of 3:20 instead of 2:05 you could opt for regional trains instead of far distance trains. Select at the DB timetable as means of transport "only local transport". Esp. cheap if you use 2 tickets for the trip

1. Frankfurt to Kahl (first stop in Bavaria) and Kahl to Frankfurt
RMV day ticket price level 5: EUR 13,50

2. Kahl to Nuremberg and back
Bavaria Ticket Single: EUR 19,00

Bavaria Ticket is valid
Mo-Fr from 9am till 3am next day
Sa,Su from midnight till 3am next day

RMV ticket covers all local public transport in Frankfurt.
Bavaria Ticket covers all local public transport in Nuremberg.
That's: regional trains, S-Bahn, U-Bahn (metro), trams and buses.

You can buy both tickets on spot from ticket machines in Frankfurt.

In case you're not traveling alone there are attractive mini group (2-5 persons) versions of both tickets.

Travel Tips for Frankfurt am Main

If you are into ARCHITECTURE...

by amyhenderson

Frankfurt has it all... old style in the Römer, beautiful old houses in Sachsenhausen but most prominent, are the modern skyscrapers that line the Frankfurt skyline. Frankfurt is sometimes referred to as Frankfurt am Mainhattan...

Different greetings, different occassions...

by amyhenderson

If you are meeting someone either for the first time or in a formal situation, you should always shake hands.

If you are meeting with a friend then its normal to kiss on each cheek once.

If in doubt though, shaking the hand is best.

Saalgasse - Hall Street

by Sunshine64

I don't know how off the beaten path this actually is, but while we were there, we were the only ones on the street, besides a city worker. Saalgasse is lined with post-modern buildings which were designed by famous architects in the 1990's. Each architect was given a ruined building (from WWII) and told to design a new house that reflected the building from before the war. I really enjoyed this style of architecture, plus the fact that Saalgasse runs into Roman ruins at St. Bartholomew's Cathedral.

Messeturm is a skyscaper in...

by acemj

Messeturm is a skyscaper in downtown Frankfurt built by a Chicago-based architectural firm. This part of town isn't the most interesting if you're a tourist, but it is very reminiscent of a typical North American city.

The Department Store

by Weissdorn about Galerie Kaufhof an der Zeil

There are really only 2 department stores that are famous in Germany. The first one is KDW in Berlin, and the other one is Kaufhof an der Zeil. There couldn't be a better location for it - right in the middle of town, with 8 floors of pretty much everthing under the sun.
The shop is right next to the main stop for all the metro trains, and the first underground floor has a gourmet shop, followed by houshold items, then jewelry, perfume, and specials, then women's men's and children's clothing, followed by books and toys finished off with home electronics, and multi-media, and a diner on the roof.

It's sooo big, that they had to move their sportinig goods department across the street next to St. Katherine's church, in a store called ARENA. Kaufhof is a great place to buy inexpensive "made in Europe" stuff, like gourmet food, chocolates, special household goods, they don't have at home, affordable fashion clothing, including brand names.

Take a coffee in the dinner, DINEA, to view on the terace is really worth it! Prices are not negotiable in Kaufhof. They say no, before you even open your mouth to ask. But at least the prices include taxes, so you only pay what you see on the price tag.

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