Retrace medieval history in Nuremberg
Nuremberg has lost none of its medieval charm. Its Imperial Castle, Christmas market and underground labyrinth are one-of-a-kind experiences. Nuremberg impresses visitors with the only old town in any large German city to be completely enclosed by a medieval wall. Founded in the 9th century, the Franconian city is dominated by the Imperial Castle. If you walk from this landmark to the medieval White Tower, you will pass by quaint half-timbered houses, stroll over the Hangman's Bridge and cross the Main Market Square. The square hosts the Christkindlesmarkt during the Advent season. Once the Christmas market is officially opened by a "Christkind" dressed in gold, it fills with Yuletide decorations and Nuremberg's famous gingerbread. Another don't-miss sight is Nuremberg's rock-cut cellars. This fascinating maze of underground vaults and passageways was carved from the rock in the 14th century. IntercityHotel Nürnberg is an ideal home base for any tour.
Public parking garage "am Theater"
300 m from the hotel
Costs: € 1.50/hour, € 18/day
FreeCityTicket in Nuremberg
- You are saving 8,30€ per day
- The FreeCityTicket is valid in the wider area of Nuremberg
- The closest station is "Hauptbahnhof Nürnberg"
- You receive the FreeCityTicket upon request
In all our hotels' locations a FreeCityTicket is included. Your ticket is valid throughout your stay.