Nuremberg is conveniently located on the A3, A6, A9 and A73 highways - so you can get to your destination in any direction.
Welcome to Nuremberg. The landmark of the city is the "Kaiserburg", but there are other interesting sights that want to be discovered in the second largest city in Bavaria: In addition to the historic old town with winding streets, you can get to a small idyllic Pegnitz island via the so-called Henkersteg. Nuremberg Zoo is one of the most beautiful zoos in Europe. But also the city garden offers plenty of opportunity to relax, work out or simply meet with friends over a drink by the lake.
Nuremberg is proud of its specialties, such as the famous Nuremberg gingerbread, which can of course be enjoyed all year round. In the Kaiserstrasse - Nuremberg's No. 1 shopping street - you can find luxury labels as well as fancy design and big fashion brands during a stroll. A stroll through the bookstores, perfumeries and department stores - Nuremberg is a shopper's paradise!
JUNGES WOHNEN is very close to the city center. Thanks to the central location you can reach everything quickly, whether supermarkets, cafes, restaurants or also undertake many leisure activities from here:
The city of Nuremberg has more than 20,000 students studying at the various higher education institutions. Among the best known universities are...
The FAU was founded as early as 1743 and is one of the most innovative universities in Germany with about 39,000 students.
Due to its size, the study opportunities as well as the research fields are very extensive.
TH Nuremberg is a state university of applied sciences in Nuremberg. Currently, about 13,000 students study there.
It owes its nickname to the famous physicist and professor Georg Simon Ohm.