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Nuremberg, Bayern

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"Old town Nuremberg is stunning with the medieval wall and the old castle perched at the top and all of the traditional German style buildings."  See More

"Public transportation to the Theresienwiese (where the festival is held) is good, your choice of the subway system, tram cars or buses. Get yourselves a Munich Transportation Map ( !"  See More

"The oldest and best of them all is the Christkindle's Mart in Nuremberg."  See More

"We started our Germany trip in Munich and drove from there to Nuremberg."  See More

"Also, the InterCity (IC) and InterCity Express (ICE) trains are an easy way to get from Munich to Nuremberg - maybe a little costly, but my experiences going all around Germany on ICE trains was great."  See More

"If you are a history fan, think about visiting Nuremberg, the Nazi Documentation Center there is a great museum, and the arena where the Nazi faithful marched in front of Hitler, is just across the Lake from the Center."  See More

"You could even do Nuremberg if you wanted."  See More

"I also really enjoyed our time spent in Nuremberg."  See More

"It's not too far from Nuremberg-aside from its famous trials, it is a truly beautiful rampart city that sort of winds downhill to the river and then back up."  See More

"We have friends who have taken the Viking "Romantic Danube" cruise from Nuremberg to Budapest, and they just raved about their trip."  See More

"Munich to Nuremberg (surprisingly beautiful, rampart city that sort of wonders downhill to the river then back up) to Rothenburg Ob der Tauber (adorable and so much fun!"  See More

"I would also advise you to see Rothenburg, a very old little town not too far from Nuremberg."  See More

"To the south we have Munich, Nuremberg Regensburg Rothenburg Heidelberg and of course the Neuschwanstein Castle."  See More

"I haven't yet visited Nuremberg but I do hear great things which may make it worth a visit (as an alternative to Munich)."  See More

"Hamburg Cologne Dusseldorf Potsdam (small and lovely) Dresden (you can't even tell it was destroyed in WWII) Rothenburg (picturesque) Heidelberg Nuremberg (beautiful gothic city) Regensburg (equally beautiful as Nuremberg) Bamberg Freiburg im Breisgau"  See More

"In the same general vicinity, we were really surprised by Nuremberg-the town itself flows down to the river and then back up-with a beautiful rampart around the perimeter."  See More

"The Old town Nuremberg is really lovely and the area around Fussen is also really nice, despite the fact that it's a hub for tourists."  See More

"Another interesting city in germany is Nuremberg."  See More

"I was in Nuremberg, Germany for New Year's Eve two years ago, and enjoyed it quite a bit."  See More

"Although Nuremberg, Germany is a "city" the old town is quite small and also quaint, I'd suggest it is a must see -- we really enjoyed staying there."  See More

"One of the best places would be Nuremberg, Germany."  See More

"Hi Emily, Germany is a beautiful country and most germans travel abroad and don't even know how beautiful their own home is. Munich is defnitely worth a visit. If you love cars you should check out the BMW Welt home of the BMW. Admission is free, but you have to pay if you want to take the factory tour. ."  See More

"Strasbourg and Nuremberg, Germany definitely rank among the best in the world!"  See More

"The Nuremberg, Germany Christkindlesmarkt ranks up there as one of our absolute favourites."  See More

"There are amazing Christmas Markets in Nuremberg, Germany, Munich, Regensburg, and many others."  See More

"You could spent two days there and then slowly make your way to Munich via train, passing stunning Cologne (small city, great cathedral) and Nuremberg, Germany on the way."  See More

"Nuremberg, Germany for the history, more beer!"  See More

"I would either concentrate on the German cities like Munich and Nuremberg, Germany that have fantastic Christmas Markets, or, I really enjoyed Barcelona and Madrid in early to mid December."  See More

"We roughly took a loop up to Nuremberg, Germany, which is very important in World War II history."  See More

"I would think during that time of year, you can get some good mileage traveling in the vicinity of cities like Munich, Nuremberg, Germany, Berlin, Dresden, Prague, Salzburg and Innsbruck."  See More

"Nuremberg, Germany has also come highly recommended although I have never been."  See More

"Other well-know and very popular Christmas Markets in Germany are held in Dresden(oldest German Christmas Market) and Nuremberg, Germany(over 180 stalls)."  See More

"Yet, preparing the Oktoberfest stay a day at Nuremberg, Germany to visit the Deutsche Bahn Museum and have a meal at Historiche Bratwurst-Glöcklein."  See More

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