Antik Hotel Bristol

Kaiser-Wilhelm Ring 48, Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, D 50672, Germany
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Transport from Cologne airport to Nuremberg

by efc1878

We are a group of nine travelling from UK and landing at Cologne. I am looking for transport to Nuremberg. I am having no luck with for group travel prices. What might we expect to pay? Are there bus alternatives? If so what price and how long would it take?

Many thanks


Re: Transport from Cologne airport to Nuremberg

by abalada
contact the DB UK booking centre for group tickets

Re: Transport from Cologne airport to Nuremberg

by Elena77


AirBerlin offers flights from Köln/ Bonn Airport to Nürnberg from 87 €uros per person (including all taxes).

Maybe not the cheapest but definitely the fastest way to get there.


Re: Transport from Cologne airport to Nuremberg

by shuttler

Hi there. There are 5 of us travelling to Cologne from Birmngham on the Tuifly flight on 7th November and we have bought a train pass for 39 euros. we can use any train to and from Nuremberg. so long as you fly with Tui you can get the pass and it saves a ruck of money. we are getting the ice train at 9am on the day of the match. maybe se you all for a bevvy. where are you staying in cologne?

Re: Transport from Cologne airport to Nuremberg

by abalada

More on Rail&Fly (the offer shuttler was mentioned) and a list of airlines offering Rail&Fly can be found here

The prices for Rail&Fly tickets are set by the airlines. But for Cologne to Nuremberg it will be always a good deal.
Rail&Fly tickets are valid on the day of arrival and the after. And in the opposite direction for the day of departure and the day before.

Travel Tips for Cologne

A must-see is the Koeln...

by SOzolinsh

A must-see is the Koeln cathedral, built in the 1300's and heavily damaged in World War II. Renovation continues even today. This Gothic cathedral, with its ornate architecture and flying buttresses, is a feast for the eyes. The jovial atmosphere attained when congregating with friends at a beerhall near the town center, enjoying bratwurst, sauerkraut and beer brewed in-house.

Cologne Contrasts

by littlesam1

After seeing all of the churches, walls, and cathedrals you are faced with contrast of seeing modern Cologne. Here in the midst of all of the historic places is a very modern piece of street art attached to a light pole. This bear really caught our attention and made us smile at the contrasts you can find here.

I was told by a fellow VT member from Germany that this is not actually a bear. It is a mouse from a popular German television series. It also fun when someone from the area reads your page and helps with the details. Thanks go out to VT member Horscheck.

In '81, took the train...

by danmcf

Took the train in from Utrecht, the Netherlands. Just as all over Europe, these trains are the way to go.
The Cologne train station is one of th busiest in Europe, and it's located right next to the Dom. It can be rather awe inspiring to see this huge cathedral immediately as you walk out of the train station.

For a snack

by stiab3 about Neumarkt

There are loads of food stalls in Neumarkt. As we were walking through, we saw these potato cake things being fried and we were curious enough to try them. The potato-cake/fritter. Looks like shredded potato that's then fried and served with bacon (see pic).

Walk from brewery to brewery (Brauhauswanderweg)

by 50939

You can walk "von Brauhaus zu Brauhaus" (from brewery to brewery) through the old part of the town.

It is a journey through 12 breweries and 2000 years history. You will learn a lot about beer and the history of Cologne (from the Romas to today).

Unfortunally the website with the description is only in German.

But maybe I have time an can show you the way and the breweries;-))))


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Address: Kaiser-Wilhelm Ring 48, Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, D 50672, Germany