City info Nuremberg
Culture in Nuremberg
At 500,000 residents, Nuremberg is the second-largest city of Bavaria. Together with its neighbouring cities of Fürth, Erlangen and Schwabach, it is the centre of the Nuremberg Metropolitan Region with 1.2 M residents.
The city's most important business factors include market research as well as print, communications technology, energy and power electronics, logistics and traffic. The international toy trade fair is the highlight of the Nuremberg trade fair year.
The Franconian metropolis of Nuremberg is a historic city in Bavaria. The city is a tourist focus for guests from around the world. It is famous for the great number of shops, its many sights, its architecture (half-timbered houses) and culinary meeting sites.
Culture Links for Nuremberg:
Office for culture and leisure time
Culture of the city of Nuremberg
The Kaiserburg, the city's trademark, its intact walls of 5 km length spanning today's old town and the famous Main Market on which the world-renowned "Christkindlesmarkt" takes place around Christmas, forms the centre. The Franconian bratwurst and the Nuremberg gingerbread are legendary and tasty not only to us Franconians but also to our multicultural guests from around the world.
Public Transport in Nuremberg
A ticket for all means of transport and a huge network area – this summarises what the Verkehrsverbund Großraum Nuremberg (VGN) offers.
The Verkehrsverbund Großraum Nuremberg (VGN) supports your joy in exploring with good connections. A VGN ticket can take you to approx. 650 bus and train lines: underground, rapid transit, tram, bus and regional trains. A trip to the neighbouring cities of Fürth, Erlangen or Schwabach is possible as well as, e.g., a visit to Bamberg or Bayreuth.
VGN Nuremberg Regional Train etc.
VAG Nuremberg Underground, NightLiner.