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Nuremberg (NUE) is the second-largest city in Bavaria and not yet well known as a cultural destination. But with its many attractions and interesting destinations, the city is becoming ever more of an insider tip for an unforgettable city break. If you're interest in art, visit one of the city's many museums. They not only have changing exhibitions, but also provide a lot of important information about the city's history. The numerous historical monuments, buildings and squares are a testament to the city's history and help preserve its cultural and historical heritage. There are of course some theatres and concert halls in Nuremberg (NUE), some of which stage internationally renowned productions.
Nuremberg (NUE) has several interesting sights in store, especially for art lovers. Book your Nuremberg (NUE) flights now and go on a cultural journey of discovery through the city. The Albrecht Dürer House provides all the key information about the life of the Nuremberg artist; the National Germanic Museum in particular is worth seeing as it is the largest cultural and historical museum in all of Germany. Those interested in technology may be interested in the St. Peter Historical Tram Depot, where historical trams are exhibited. Families with children can visit the Turmdersinne Museum, an interactive museum on the subjects of illusion and perception. The history of Nuremberg (NUE) is frequently brought to mind by the numerous memorials, such as in the Jewish cemetery, the South Cemetery or Hans Sachs Platz.
Nobody could doubt that Nuremberg (NUE) is an especially historic city. Book your Nuremberg (NUE) flights now and see the city's many other sights. Music fans will love the Nuremberg State Theatre, but also the many other smaller stages such as the Gostner Hoftheater, the Nuremberg Burgtheater, the Rote Bühne or the Tassilo Theater. You can enjoy a pleasant drink in one of the many bars and pubs in the evenings. This is where they also serve regional specialities such as the world-famous Nuremberg bratwurst, Blaue Zipfel (sausage cooked in vinegar) or Die Nackerte (chopped skinless sausages).