Nuremberg is located in the southern part of Germany and completely reflects its fascinating and rich history. There is plenty of evidence of the important role of the city, which during the period of the Holy Roman Empire and later as an important European trading metropolis. A symbolic landmark of the city is the Kaiserburg Castle affording a fine view of which the German-Roman emperors used to enjoy. The Weißgerbergasse Street reveals its medieval nature and the historical craftsman’s houses are turned into bustling cafés and small shops at present.
The large market square of the city, the so-called principal market, is a venue of numerous events, including the famous Christmas Market (Christkindlesmarkt). A visit to the house of Albrecht Dürer’s birth, the greatest German artist of the Renaissance, is a must for art connoisseurs. It is mysteriously beneath the streets of Nuremberg: a widely branched system of secret tunnels and warehouses kept in secret until 17th century can be seen during a guided tour. Take the comfortable buses of Deutsche Touring to drive you inexpensively, quickly and safely to the Franconian metropolis.