10 Things to do in Nuremberg, Germany travel guide


Join as we visit Nuremberg, Germany on a walking trip with the aim of doing the best things in Nuremberg. As the second largest city in Bavaria, Nürnberg has a lot offer in terms of castles, museums and unique cuisine worth sampling.

As a very quiet and pleasant city for tourists you can cover most of the attractions in Nuremberg in just a day or two making it a perfect weekend retreat.

We honestly arrived without the highest of expectations, but left feeling as if we wanted to spend extra time in Nuremberg.

Now let's see what this fascinating city in Germany has to offer a visitor for the first time.

10 Nuremberg Attractions City Tour | Germany Travel Guide:

Intro – 00:00
1) Gothic church of San Lorenzo (Church of San Lorenzo in Nuremberg)
2) Good Luck Rings (Nürnberg Schöner Brunnen)
3) Nuremberg Castle (Nürnberger Burg)
4) Sinwell Tower + Deep Well (Sinwellturm)
5) Nürnberger Rostbratwurst – Eating sausage from Nuremberg in Bratwursthäusle
6) Underground tunnels (Förderverein Nürnberger Felsengänge)
7) Beautiful street (Weissgerbergasse)
8) House of Albrecht Durer (Albrecht-Dürer-Haus)
9) Bridge and Hospital (Heilig-Geist-Spital)
10) The Documentation Center of the Nazi Rallying Grounds (Dokumentationszentrum Reichsparteitagsgelände)

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Our Nuremberg documentary travel guide covers some of the main attractions, including a food guide (Nuremberg Bratwurst, beer and pretzels), main tourist attractions and the city by day, including visiting castles, churches and museums. We also cover the outdoor activities you will not find in a typical Nuremberg tourist brochure, the Nuremberg itinerary or Nuremberg in the city of Germany.

10 things to do in Nuremberg, Germany travel guide video transcription:

We start our day taking the U-bahn to the city center and getting off at Lorenzkirche. This put us on the south bank of the river Pegnitz, where we took the opportunity to visit some markets before visiting the church of St Lorenz.

This is a beautiful Gothic church complete with pointed domes, stained glass windows, and sculptures.

From there we walk through one of the many bridges of the city and continue towards Fuente Hermosa (yes, that's the name), looking for some good luck.

One of the most famous attractions of Nuremberg is the Imperial Castle located at the northwest end of the Old Town. The castle is a testament to the power of the Holy Roman Empire during the Middle Ages.

And we could not go to Nuremberg and not try the famous Nuremberger sausage! We went to Bratwursthäusle, right in the heart of the old town by St Sebaldus Church.

Later that afternoon we went to the deep underground of Nuremberg on a tour of the historic beer cellars. Nuremberg has been a beer town for centuries.

While in the city, we also took a walk through Weißgerbergasse, which may just be one of the most beautiful streets in Nuremberg. This curved cobbled street is full of half-timbered houses.

The former house of Albrecht Dürer is now a museum dedicated to his life and work. He was a German Renaissance artist through many means, but he is best known for revolutionizing printmaking and elevating it as an art form. At certain times of the day, they offer a guided tour with an actress who plays the role of Agnes Dürer, the artist's wife.

The bridge we were looking for is the Heilig-Geist-Spital, or the Hospital of the Holy Spirit. It is not a bridge in the usual sense of the word, rather a medieval building that sits across part of the River Pegnitz.

On a more serious note, we could not leave Nuremberg without also visiting the Dokuzentrum, also known as the Nazi Rallying Grounds Documentation Center.

And that's a wrap for a guide from Nuremberg, Germany. If you've got any other great things to do in Nuremberg, then share it with other travelers in the comments below.

This is part of our series of German Travel videos showing German food, German culture and German cuisine.

Music: Love Mode by Joakim Karud

Video credits to Samuel and Audrey – Travel and Food Videos YouTube channel


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10 Things to do in Nuremberg, Germany travel guide

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  1. 🤔😐🙄 I'm not late

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  2. You are on top form here. Nuremberg more interesting place to visit than I thought and you are the first vloggers I have seen who have shown the old Nazi rally grounds now documentation centre.

  3. You should go visit Aschaffenburg am Main. There's a castle/palace called Schloss Johannesburg, with a garden dedicated to the fall of Pompeii from the Vesuvius eruption. I grew up in that city for about 4 years back in the 80s. LOL. Also check out the Heidelberg citadel, and Miltenberg castle. Down in Ellmendingen near Pforzheim is an old church that has a door that withstood a Roman invasion.

  4. the first thing that comes to my mind when i hear about nuremberg are the 'nuremberg trials'

  5. How much shock are your wallets in now you're in to Europe?! Btw if you do decide to head to Tallinn after all you should look for the DM Bar in the old town Particularly if you like depeche mode (I looooove) – it's a fan run themed bar. Quite random. Cocktail menu all named after DM tracks and all rum based….ströh…..strong stuff….consider this a warning, I had to give a presentation the next day…..🤢🤒 there was also a lovely cosy little restaurant nearby called grandma's kitchen or something like that: super nice staff, super yummy food. Omg even the bread and butter……

  6. There's also the Justice palace where the Nuremberg trials were done. That's also worth mentioning. The building complex is huge.

  7. You guys ever watch the Kinging It channel? They're a couple (Craig and Aimee) who travel too, very different style to you two, but awesome vids and awesome lovely people. They don't have as many subscribers as I think they deserve so I thought I'd give them a wee shout out if you don't mind me doing it on your channel. Love you!!! Looking forward to being jealous about you eating a currywürst…. 🤤

  8. you both exude a sense of calmness and peacefulness quite unlike any other YouTube channel I follow. It makes your channel feel very authentic/unique. That, mixed with the chemistry between you two, and your very bubbly/cheerful-like personalities, always makes me look forward to watching your videos. And while the places you two visit are always a treat to the eyes, it's really you guys that make the video a whole lot nicer to watch. So, just really wanted to convey a heartfelt thank you for that (i.e., being you), haha. Continue to do the awesome work you guys! Definitely by far my favorite channel. Will continue rooting for y'all!

    Side note: You two are rep-ing Canada real well, haha. I guessed you two were Canadian the minute I stumbled on your videos. Such sweet folks – it was almost too obvious.

    Wish you two all the success!!

  9. After your sausage vid, I've had a day of Saurkrt and tofu Bavarian sausage and weiners with hot mustard, and now, this. tyvm! No need to comment. Looking forward to Kyrg again, sleeping in those little huts ("yerts"? ha ha) with the goats again? btw, you made the streets and bridges look lovely. 🙂 Nice lighting!

  10. Can't wait to go to Germany again and see some of the beautiful sights 👍🏼 Great guide guys!

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