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What to do in Nuremberg?

Home to mesmerising and prominent mediaeval buildings, Nuremberg is an architecture lover's paradise. This German city will leave you astounded with its glorious landscapes, stone towers, and famous Old Town. Don't keep this beautiful country out of your bucket list. To begin your Nuremberg adventure, book a flight with Ryanair today!


History and politics of Nuremberg

One of the main attractions in Nuremberg is the Nazi party rally grounds. This building was meant to demonstrate National Socialist Power to the world and is now filled with history and stories of the Nazis.

Back in the day, the sophisticated use of lights gave the structure a more prominent architectural message of the Party Rally buildings.

Hitler himself was appointed “Supreme Master Builder” of this structure as it was a major building of the Third Reich


Must-see attractions in Nuremberg

Don’t leave Nuremberg without paying a visit to its iconic Castle, a medieval palace and main attraction of the city. For those interested in art history, check out the Albrecht Dürer's House, a museum dedicated to the art’s life and work. Book your cheap flight to Nuremberg with Ryanair, and enjoy the benefits of Europe’s first and largest low fares airline!


Nuremberg Airports

  • Nuremberg Airport (NUE)


Recommendations for your stay in Nuremberg

With more than 950 years of history - although still young at heart - Nuremberg is the flourishing center of a metropolitan area full of life in Bavaria. It is valued both by visitors of fairs and congresses and by those tourists in search of culture and new experiences. In addition to its airport and exhibition center, Nuremberg has an old town with a special charm where you will find everything you need: the most interesting shops, cozy taverns and pubs, gardens that invite you to sit and enjoy a beer and beautiful streets, squares with buildings full of history.


The well-known Nuremberg sausages, Gingerbread and Albrecht Dürer are just some of the most recognized names in the city. The Imperial Castle, the beautiful churches and the Craftsmen's Courtyard are some of the must-sees. In addition, Nuremberg has a wide range of museums including the largest museum of German art and culture and the Documentation Center Former Nazi Party Rally Grounds.