Furth, Nuremberg

Day 3. Nuremberg Rally Grounds and Courtroom 600

Nuremberg's history is complex with its symbols of power from the days of the Holy Roman Empire in Germany to its dark Third Reich history as the 'City of the Nazi Party Rallies'.  On our final morning in the city we took a tram to to the south east of the city to view the …

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View from Nuremberg Castle

Day 2. Nuremberg Castle & Old Town

A leisurely breakfast in the stylish restaurant of Nuremberg's Leonardo Royal Hotel was a perfect way to start the day tucking into a varied buffet selection followed by omelettes freshly made to order.  After downing two cappuccinos we were ready for the day ahead and utilised our Nuremberg Cards by taking the metro, followed by a tram …

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Maxbrucke Bridge, Nuremberg

Day 1. A weekend in Nuremberg

Nuremberg is the second largest city in Bavaria, southern Germany.  It's a city famous for its Imperial castle, half timbered houses and cobblestone squares, and somewhere I'd long wanted to visit.  One Friday evening a few weeks ago my wish finally came true as we took a Ryanair flight from London Stansted to Nuremberg's Albrecht …

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