When visiting a new town or city, it’s always interesting to learn a little about its history — so it was logical that a visit to the StadtMuseum formed part of our itinerary while we were in Bonn.
If you’re interested in trains or the history of communication, the DB Railway Museum and the Communication Museum are well worth the ticket price and are a good way to fill a rainy afternoon.
If you love toys, the Nuremberg Toy Museum is for you. If not, there are plenty of more-interesting museums in the city.
The Fembo House is a great choice if you’re interested in knowing more about Nuremberg’s history.
Although it’s located a bit out of town, the Nuremberg zoo is a good option if you have a Nuremberg Card, want to see manatees or if you’re travelling with kids who are animal lovers.
Albrecht Dürer is Nuremberg’s most famous historical figure, and a visit to the artist’s house is essential if you’re visiting the city.
If you’re interested in the Second World War, a visit to the Memorium Nuremberg Trials is worthwhile; if you’re only mildly interested, visit the Documentation Centre at the Nazi Party Rally Grounds instead.
If you’re interested in castles, fortifications, or water routes, Nuremberg’s Casemates and Water Conduits tour is a good choice for you.
Nuremberg has a lot to offer, and a Nuremberg Card will help you see a fair percentage of it.
If you’re bewildered by Spanish food, or just want a tasty day out, a Madrid Food Tour is a good option.