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Nuremberg Tourism

Nuremberg, the second-biggest city of the German state Bavaria, is globally-popular as the 'unofficial capital' of the Holy Roman Empire. It features numerous churches mostly built between 13th and 15th century, they possess deep historic importance. Entertainment options, especially for late evenings, are available aplenty for the young-at-heart. Also, visit the stunning Christmas markets here!

Nuremberg is embedded with awesome restaurants serving the best of delicacies. A few among them are: Albrecht Dürer Stube, Essigbrätlein and Bratwursthäusle. Want to try a street food in your Nuremberg vacation? Then treat your taste buds with Bretzel, Leberkäsweggla and Lebkuchen. Participate in the fun-packed fairs that showcase the folk beliefs and the traditional elements of Nuremberg. For instance, the Spring Fest features folklores, games, roller coasters, food stands and concerts for everyone! It is meant for people of all age groups. 


Nuremberg, the second-biggest city of the German state Bavaria, is globally-popular as the 'unofficial capital' of the Holy Roman Empire. It features numerous churches mostly built between 13th and 15...
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