My advice is to get there early as lots of tourist buses turn up about half an hour after opening. You can hire an audio in any language which I recommend for $2 euro. Interesting history , worth a visit it is only about one...More
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I was amazed to learn that over 70% of Nuremberg was fully or partially destroyed during bombing raids, including much of the castle. It stands as a monument to the dedication of those who pursued such a splendid programme of reconstruction to so wonderfully regain...More
Very large castle, bring good shoes and your off to a great adventure, I would start from the high side and take in the views, working your way to the altstadt for even more fun.
If you do not want to pay the entrance fee to the castle, do still walk up and look around in the grounds and gardens for free. It is a great stroll in the Autumn sunlight and has good views over the city. The ‘Bar...More
We only had a hour but we were able to walk through the museum and castle without a hurry. You can take a tour with headsets if you have more time. The views of the city are breathtaking, we were fortunate to be there on...More
It's unbelievable that Nuremberg castle was in ruined after the allies bombardment in 1944. And they repaired this castle in just a few years. The castle has an excellent exhibition of medieval time. You can walk on the walls, and the garden must be visited...More
A quick uphill walk from the Hauptmarkt and a bit of a steep walk up to the entrance the Kaiserburg provides an excellent view of the city and some great insight in the history of the castle, Nuremberg and the Holy Roman Empire -- along...More