Affordable one-way flights to Nuremberg
Welcome to Nuremberg
Book your cheap flights to Nuremberg with Condor and explore a city brimming with fairy tale charm and gothic elegance. Located in Bavaria, a region of south-east Germany, Nuremberg is a mid-size city that boasts a picturesque and medieval landscape. Yet while vacationers can pleasantly get lost in the fairy tale of the medieval castles and cobbled streets of the old town, Nuremberg isn't just a city stuck in the past.
Take a look beyond the medieval decor and you'll find a city with a quiet and unassuming buzz, a city with a great nightlife and enough cultural events and sites to make sure there’s an activity for every kind of traveler. Nuremberg has emerged as an excellent German destination in recent years not just because of its ‘lost in time’ quality, but because it’s the most German of cities: beautiful, traditional and always looking forward.
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The 'U2' metro line makes the journey from the terminal to the city center delightfully straightforward. Departing every 10 to 15 minutes from the airport and takes just 12 minutes to reach the Central Railway Station and historic old town.
Alternatively, if your hotel is away from the city center, consider traveling by buses - which cover a greater area - or by rental car.
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Top Attractions in Nuremberg
You might just expect to come across a gingerbread house as you walk around Nuremberg's historic old town district. Featuring colorful, Bavarian style buildings and many of the city's cultural attractions, a walk around this part of town is like stepping into the streets of another time and place, and is worth the flight to Nuremberg alone.
Nuremberg Castle is found in the north-west of the old town, though its imposing structures can be seen throughout the city. The main castle has been standing for over 900 years and is steeped in history; every German emperor during the middle ages lived here. Climb to the top for some great views of the old town.
Since 1852 the Germanisches Nationalmuseum has been the premier museum for all things German. Today the museum houses over 1.2 million objects and is one of the largest museums documenting German cultural history. Spend an afternoon here and learn about the country's long cultural history.
Try the food
The bratwurst might be available all over the world, but this is where it all started. They've been served in this region since the 14th century and you'll find many street side vendors and markets still offering the tasty snack. Also not to be missed is the other local delicacy, the gingerbread man.
Discover the Religious Sites
Nuremberg is home to a number of well-preserved medieval churches. Visit the churches of St. Sebald, St. Lawrence, and the Church of our Lady to experience architecture, relics, and history of sites that date back to the 13th Century.