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On Monteurzimmer.de you will find a large selection of worker rooms in Nuremberg already from 2,00 €. The city is characterized by picturesque half-timbered houses and a historic Old Town. Each year, it attracts not only many tourists, but also craftsmen and workers who are looking for a cheap place to stay. On our room rental portal you will find functionally equipped worker rooms in Nuremberg with various equipment. Pensions, vacation farmhouses, guest rooms or even hotels can be offered as a worker room. You can get a first impression of the accommodation on the detailed page with pictures and a description of the accommodation. If you are interested in a worker room in Nuremberg, you can easily contact the landlord via the booking request form or by E-Mail and telephone.
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Book comfortable Worker Rooms in Nuremberg
Choose from 287 worker accommodations in Nuremberg the ideal one for you and your employees. With over 520,000 inhabitants, Nuremberg is the second largest city in Bavaria. It is very diverse with a lively appearance. Historical half-timbered houses in the old town can be discovered as well as modern buildings. The Old Town is framed by an imposing city wall. Handwerkerhof, Kaiserburg, Weinstadl, Weißgerbergasse, etc. - almost most of the sights can be easily explored by foot and attract many tourists to the city every year.
The construction industry in Nuremberg does not sleep either. Many craftsmen, workers and other occupational travelers find a suitable accommodation tailored to their needs on Monteurzimmer.de. The search via the portal is quite easy. You can display the search result sorted by price, number of persons or distance to the center. In addition, you can use the filter search to filter by various features, such as Wifi, separate beds or breakfast, to get one step closer to your desired accommodation. On the detailed page of each listing you will find the contact information of the landlord. You have the possibility to make a non-binding booking request or you can contact the landlord directly by E-Mail or phone.
Weather Information for Nuremberg
The climate in Nuremberg is moderately warm. The city is 306 m above sea level, which also affects the climate. The summer is pleasantly warm with an average maximum temperature of 26.7 °C. Winter, on the other hand, can get quite cold with an average minimum temperature of -2.4 °C. In general, Nuremberg receives a significant amount of precipitation. The rainiest months include November, December and January.
Current Traffic Situation in Nuremberg
Nuremberg is a well-arranged city that is easy to explore by foot or by bike. If you are driving, check the current traffic situation in Nuremberg beforehand. This way you can find out everything about current traffic jams, speed camera reports and accidents. If you are traveling by car, we recommend the radio station Hit Radio N1, in order to not miss any news.
Sights in Nuremberg
Nuremberg is a very historic city. Besides culinary highlights like the Nuremberg Bratwurst or the delicious gingerbread, the Franconian city has a lot more to offer. In the picturesque Old Town, you will find the Hauptmarkt, the central square of the Old Town. Here, a farmers market takes place daily, where you can get fresh products such as sausage, cheese, fruit and vegetables as well as flowers. Several food trucks also invite you to hang out. Every year during Christmas, the Nuremberg Christkindlmarkt also takes place here. The opening starts annually from the world-famous balcony of the Church of our Lady, which is also located on the main market square. Art lovers in particular should visit the church from the inside, as there are exciting works of art from the Middle Ages to see. One of the highlights among the paintings is a work by the famous artist Albrecht Dürer. The landmark of the city is the Imperial Castle - here the Middle Ages come alive. The castle was built in the 12th century and can be visited today. The permanent exhibition in the Kaiserburg Museum vividly depicts the development of the Kaiserburg and takes you on a journey into the past.
It stays artsy at the Handwerkerhof Nuremberg. Here, traditional handicrafts are sold in a historic setting. The Handwerkerhof was founded in 1971 and has been delighting millions of visitors ever since. In various stores in old half-timbered houses traditional craftsmen offer their goods. For a little snack in between, there are traditional restaurants where you can get delicious specialties. One of the largest half-timbered houses in Germany is the Weinstadel. From the 15th to the 19th century, lepers as well as the executioner and his assistants were housed here. Today, an exhibition on Nuremberg’s legal history can be seen in the former executioner’s house. The medieval atmosphere can be found throughout the city. Especially the Weißgerbergasse with its old, colorful half-timbered houses is a popular photo motif among visitors. In the past, the street was mainly home to handicraft businesses. Nowadays, cafes, restaurants and bars characterize the streetscape. The street got its name from the white tanners, who once processed animal skins from calves, sheep or goats into leather here.
Top 6 Sights in Nuremberg
- Imperial Castle
- Faermers Market
- Church of our Lady
- Handwerkerhof Nuremberg
Popular Events in Nuremberg
One of the most famous events in Nuremberg is the annual Christkindlmarkt on the main market square. The Nuremberg Christkindlmarkt is one of the oldest and most famous Christmas markets in the world and attracts millions of visitors every year. At the traditional Christmas market, you can find handmade Christmas decorations and other goods rich in tradition. Against the backdrop of Nuremberg’s Old Town and the twinkling lights, a contemplative Christmas mood arises for young and old. Every year in autumn, the Nuremberg Beer Festival attracts visitors. Here, 40 local breweries serve more than 100 different beer specialties. The focus here is on a lively atmosphere and conviviality. In addition to beer specialties, there is also musical entertainment by artists and music groups from the region. Also held annually in the fall is the Nuremberg Old Town Festival - the most important festival in Franconia. Over 14 days, around 60 events take place, such as the fisherman’s sting, folklore and the popular Hans Sachs games. The opening is traditionally started by the mayor with the tapping of the beer barrel. In addition to many cultural performances, physical well-being is also catered for. Franconian specialties such as onion tart or fresh Federweisser must not be missed.
Top 10 Events in Nuremberg
Culinary Delicacies from Nuremberg
Franconian cuisine is very hearty and tasty. Dishes made from pork are often associated with it. There are two specialties from Nuremberg that are known far beyond the borders of Germany. The first is the Nuremberg gingerbread. Especially during the Christmas season, you can get them on every corner. The typical Nuremberg recipe contains nuts, honey and various spices such as cinnamon, cloves and cardamom. On the other hand, it is the Nuremberg Rostbratwurst. The Nurembergers themselves order "Drei im Weggla," which is a bratwurst in a bun. Did you know that the name Nuremberg Bratwurst is protected by an EU regulation? It is tied to the city of Nuremberg. Another Franconian specialty is a crispy Schäufele from the oven. This traditional Sunday dish is a roast pork consisting of the flat shoulder of pork. It is served with dark roast jus and potato dumplings.
Shopping Facilities, Gas Stations and Takeaway nearby
In the immediate vicinity of your worker accommodation in Nuremberg you will find many shopping opportunities. In the usual supermarkets like Aldi, Lidl, Rewe, Netto or Kaufland you can get all things for your daily needs. You can find a large selection of different stores in the shopping center Mercado Nürnberg or also in the Franken Center.
If you are ever short of building materials or tools, you can get supplies at a DIY stores in Nuremberg. The most popular DIY stores include Brillux, Bauhaus, Eibacher Bodencenter and OBI. Do you also need to get gas? There are many gas stations in Nuremberg city center, such as Jet, Supol or Aral. Check the gasoline prices in Nuremberg to get the cheapest one.
During your lunch break you should definitely try Franconian cuisine. How about a Nürnberger Rostbratwurst? At Bratwurst Röslein you can not only find the Nuremberg specialty, but also other delicacies. For a quick snack in between, it’s best to visit a snack bar in Nurembergcanteens. Here you get delicious home cooking for little money.
Industrial Sites and Exhibition Grounds in Nuremberg
The Nuremberg exhibition center is located in the quarter of Langwasser. It currently includes 16 halls and about 180,000 square meters of exhibition space and 50,000 square meters. Around 120 national and international trade fairs and congresses are held here every year. The best-known trade fairs include GaLaBau, IWA OutdoorClassics and FachPack.
Public Transport Connections
Nuremberg is a well-arranged city that can be easily explored on foot, by bicycle or by public transport. The city has regional trains, city trains, subways, streetcars, buses and the rail bus company Frankenbus. There are three subway and five streetcar lines that get you from A to B quickly. In addition, the whole is supplemented by five S-Bahns.
Connection to Nuremberg Hauptbahnhof
S-Bahn: S1, S2, S3, S4
Tram: 5, 7, 8
U-Bahn: U1, U2, U3
Connection to Nuremberg Airport
Save on the Road in Nuremberg
The second largest city in Bavaria has been one of the safest cities in Germany for years. So as a visitor, you don’t have to worry. However, pay more attention to your valuables in tourist places and wear them close to your body. You can read more information about the security situation in Nuremberg on the website Nuernberg.de.
Insider Tips for your visit in Nuremberg
Anyone who has ever been to Nuremberg and has already explored the historic city can now enjoy a few new suggestions. On your next discovery trip to Nuremberg, you should visit the Burggarten, which belongs to the Imperial Castle. Here you can expect a beautifully landscaped garden with a unique splendor of flowers. Between March and October, the garden is open and on top of that, it is even free of charge. Nature lovers should not miss the Island Schütt. It is especially popular with locals during the summer months. Here you can really enjoy yourself on the heaped up sandy beach with a cool drink. In addition to recreation, various events are also on the program here, such as the Old Town Festival. Multi-culti and urban flair exude the scene neighborhood Gostenhof, also called GoHo for short. The former problem neighborhood has turned into an artists’ district. Here are many small stores with vintage clothing, cafes, bars, pubs and restaurant. Ideal to get to know Nuremberg from its alternative side.
Further names for Nuremberg
This place is also known as: Nürnberg, Nrnberg, Nuremberg, Norymberga
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